As many of you know, we are undergoing a time of immense uncertainty and concern with the outbreak of COVID-19. We want all of you to know the actions that Dayspring Restoration is taking during this time to be a resource and provider for both home and business owners. Steps Dayspring Restoration Has Taken to
Close up flooding at a doorway. Rivers in central and western Montana are swelling and the possibility of flooding in homes and businesses is increasing. This situation results in real problems for homeowners and businesses as the damage that results from flooding is typically not covered by homeowners insurance policies. Water damage from
Fire prevention is especially important this time of year as holiday lighting adds to the potential of a home fire. The U.S. Fire Administration reports that fires kill more than 4,000 Americans each year and injure an additional 20,000. U.S. fire departments respond to nearly 2 million fires each year, and three-quarters of those fires occur in
Fall is here, and winter is not far away. We’re already beginning to see several nights in the forecast with lows below freezing. It’s always a good idea to winterize your home before temperatures drop to dangerous levels. Dayspring Restoration knows first-hand the many problems that sub-zero temperatures can cause, leading to potential damage and inconvenience
It’s late August and hopefully, the fire season is winding down. Regardless, the smoke in the air remains. Now that we are a few months into poor air quality, your home has had its share of damage. Dayspring Restoration knows fire restoration and the work it takes to restore your home from the smoke damage.
Earthquakes in Montana since 1900. Courtesy Montana Department of Heath and Human Services I remember distinctly, several years ago, we were working on a reconstruction project and it seems that the structural engineer had recommended a lot of overkill. When I brought this to his attention, he said, "Mark, it's only a matter