Frozen Pipes


When Frozen Pipes Happen, Call Mammoth Restoration & Reconstruction Temperatures are dropping! It might be warm in your house, but are your water pipes warm enough? When the temperature gets low enough, even pipes that seem safe, insulated, and close to heat may freeze and burst. Frozen pipes can spill hundreds of gallons of water […]

Staying Safe from Summer Storms


Summer brings warm weather, longer days, and a lot of fun in the sun. But it also brings the threat of summer storms that can bring floods, fires, and high winds. A forceful summer storm can have high winds, hard rain, and lightning, all with very little warning. Protect your property and your family by […]

De-winterizing Your Home for Summer


The weather is slowly getting warmer. The sun’s out a little bit more. Summer is finally coming. Is your home ready? Preparing your home for summertime is just as important as preparing it for winter. There are many different things that will need your attention both indoors and outside to ensure that your home is […]

Preventing Water Damage


One of the most devastating events you can face is a flood. Whether it’s Mother Nature or faulty plumbing, there are several ways to minimize the possibility of damage. Keep in mind, it’s not just the damage caused by water, if floorboards and insulation get damp, then mold can quickly develop. Take precautions to protect […]

How to Stop a Grease Fire


When cooking with oil or greasy meat, there’s always the possibility of the grease igniting. Here’s how to prevent a grease fire from ruining more than just your dinner. Grease Fire Do’s Above all, remain calm. Here’s what you should do: Put on oven mitts to protect your hands. Eliminate the heat source by turning […]

Preventing Ice Dams


An Ice Dam is a ridge of ice that forms at the edge of a roof and prevents melting snow and water from draining off the roof.  The water that backs up behind the dam can leak into the home, causing damage to walls, ceilings, insulation and other areas. Preventing and Dealing with Ice Dams […]

Dealing With Frozen Pipes


Back in school they taught us that water expands when it freezes. Certainly, we’ve all heard stories of frozen pipes bursting and causing all sorts of damage. What’s interesting is that the pipe doesn’t usually break at the spot where it’s frozen. Typically, freezing and thawing causes pressure to build up between the frozen spot […]