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Matt Buchanan
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I am the owner and operator of RestorationEze.com, a nationwide water & flood cleanup service network.
I am the owner and operator of RestorationEze.com, a nationwide water & flood cleanup service network.

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If you live in Kansas City and need to find a reputable water damage company you can trust, RestorationEze can help!
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Each situation is unique, but as you quickly decide which route to take, here's some things to consider.
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Not all water damage contractors perform both the dry out and reconstruction process.  It isn't necessarily a bad thing, but it's important to know!
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Water mitigation companies might use the term flood cut - what does it mean?
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Unfortunately there's a lot of bad information out there regarding what to do when you've had a sewage back-up and need it cleaned up.  Here's an article explaining why you should always use a professional restoration company to cleanup raw sewage.

http://restorationeze.com/dangers-diy-sewage-cleanup/

If you're a water or flood damage restoration company and you've had to step in and fix a bad situation caused by a homeowner trying to cleanup sewage on their own, please +1 and/or share this article.
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I'm considering joining RIA and was wondering if anyone could share their experiences as past/present members.  I realize associations can vary wildly and am curious what others experiences have been with RIA.  Specifically, is the annual conference productive?

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Hey Joel!  I went to start a new community around the space and sure enough you beat me to the punch...thanks for getting it started, hope to contribute in some meaningful way.  Anyways, I just published a blog article regarding restoring water damaged hardwood floors and highlighted the Injectidry system but curious if you or any one else knows of other negative-pressure systems we should mention on the site.

http://restorationeze.com/restoring-water-damaged-hardwood-floors/
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