Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Take Air Duct & Carpet Cleaning Specialists LLC Houston TX Has Recently Launched Commercial Water and Flood Damage Restoration Services - PRNewswire

Take Air Duct & Carpet Cleaning Specialists LLC Houston TX Has Recently Launched Commercial Water and Flood Damage Restoration Services - PRNewswire


Take Air Duct & Carpet Cleaning Specialists LLC Houston TX Has Recently Launched Commercial Water and Flood Damage Restoration Services - PRNewswire

Posted: 17 Jun 2019 11:15 AM PDT

HOUSTON, June 17, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- After surpassing several competitors, Take Air Duct & Carpet Specialists LLC Houston TX has cemented its place in the industry and has launched commercial water and flood damage restoration services. This move is being considered as the company's strategy to surge ahead of all the competitors. The air duct cleaning, Houston service provider now seems to be contemplating how to rope in more customers and create a wider base.  

At a press conference held recently, the management was pleased to announce their new launching. The market manager communicated, "It's not the first time that we have come up with a new service, but every time, we have butterflies in our stomach. This time too, it's the same thing, and we are keeping fingers crossed that we would able to win the hearts of our clients yet again. There is no question on compromising on any aspect, and the rate has also been kept low."

The marketing head of the company stated, "Our company has been providing an extensive range of air duct cleaning, Houston, Texas services that help the clients improve the healthiness and comfort in their offices and homes as well. The list of services include carpet cleaning, A/C duct cleaning, upholstery cleaning, dryer vent cleaning, 24/7 water extraction and a lot more. The company's main motto is to gift a better ambiance in the homes and workplaces. Facts suggest that we have been doing pretty well. Water damage happens to be one of the most stressful events that can cause a disruption. Response time becomes the biggest factor here. The air duct cleaning company from Houston is proud of the fact that it takes minimum response time in order to analyze and prevent the damage."

Israel Tuoeg, the CEO of the Houston air duct cleaning company added, "Three kinds of water damage that are likely to occur are pipe damage, natural disaster floods and sewerage back up, and our team is expert in handling them. Our clients can contact us any time, since we are available 24/7."

About the Company

Take Air Duct & Carpet Cleaning Specialists LLC Houston TX, a recognized name in the industry, is serving the Houston community.

To learn more, visit https://takeaire.com/, https://goo.gl/maps/cmF5wMPALauLsMjW8

Full Address: 7800 Bissonnet St #440, Houston, TX. 77074

Phone: (281) 568-3828

Email: service@takeaire.net

SOURCE Take Air Duct & Carpet Cleaning Specialists LLC Houston TX

Closer look at Regency Tower fire damage provided Monday - KRDO

Posted: 17 Jun 2019 06:38 PM PDT

Closer look at Regency Tower fire damage provided Monday

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - KRDO NewsChannel 13 got the closest look yet at damage from the fire three weeks ago at the Regency Tower apartments in Colorado Springs.

On Monday, restoration leader Chris Weston allowed our crew to see some damage, showing us the charred 10th floor hallway close to where the fire started and how the fire burned other areas. Weston said the south side of the building, on the upper two floors, sustained the heaviest damage and remains sealed off. "We've got to remove asbestos from the ceiling, the walls and the floor," he said.  "Any personal possessions left up here are a total loss." Weston said water damage on the building's south side spread all the way to the ground floor. "But the north side of the building, on floors 1 through 9, are safe," he said.  "The just need a good cleaning."

Repair and cleanup began in earnest Monday, and the first phase is expected to last two months.

Last week, residents were allowed to gather some or all of their possessions. Some rooms are sealed with plastic and being ventilated.

'Burning river' loses sting in Cleveland 50 years after fire - WRAL.com

Posted: 18 Jun 2019 07:43 AM PDT

— Fifty years after the Cuyahoga River's most infamous fire helped spawn the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, artists and entrepreneurs have turned old jokes into inspiration and forged decades of embarrassment into a fiery brand of Cleveland pride.

"Everybody knows Cuyahoga County for the burning river. That happened how many years ago?" said Johnny Rowan, manager of Burning River Coffee in nearby Lakewood. "It was a big joke of the country — heck, the world — for how long? And now people look at us with pride. We've taken it, we've owned it and we've turned it into something positive."

Rowan's is one of 90 active businesses registered with the state that have "burning river" in their names, the bulk formed in the past five years. The legacy of that June 22, 1969, blaze has been embraced by coffee shops, beer makers, songwriters, poets and sports teams, and adorns the names of festivals, endurance races, podcasts, candles and jams.

Despite its symbolism, the 1969 fire was hardly the first on the horrifically polluted river. More than a dozen fires broke out over the years, including a deadly 1912 blaze that killed five, and a 1952 fire that caused the modern-day equivalent of more than $12.5 million in damage.

The 1969 fire began when a spark from a train landed on an oil and garbage slick, and it lasted less than an hour. No pictures exist of the flames. But the blaze became iconic and led to the creation of the EPA and contributed to passage of the Clean Water Act and the Safe Drinking Water Act.

Somewhere over the past decade or so, the city stopped trying to erase the memory of the fire and began to embrace its many lessons, said Mayor Frank Jackson.

"You know what it is? You have to accept yourself," he said. "They view it not as the river catching fire, but the way they view it is as the beginning of something. It became the starting point."

Things got worse for Cleveland before they got better.

In 1972, Mayor Ralph Perk accidentally set his own hair on fire while using a blowtorch at a public ceremony. That same year, Randy Newman released "Burn On," singing wistfully that he'd always remember Cleveland because "the Cuyahoga River goes smoking through my dreams."

Decades of economic hardship, social turmoil and famously abysmal luck in sports followed. That losing streak ended when the Cleveland Cavaliers and LeBron James, a native of nearby Akron, brought home a national championship in 2016.

"There was a time when Clevelanders were what I call clinically depressed. No matter how much the sun was shining, there was this humdrum attitude about ourselves," Jackson said. "We've overcome that clinically depressed attitude and mentality to be a city that has an expectation of winning."

That new upbeat view began early for Cleveland-based Great Lakes Brewing Co., founded in 1988. Co-founder Patrick Conway said Burning River Pale Ale was one of the first beers the company released.

"It was self-deprecating, it was cheeky and we felt 1969 was a different time," Conway said. "We never would have chosen the name if we had thought the river was still being treated as a sewer or if we felt there was a pejorative feel about the river and the city and the name."

Great Lakes sponsors an annual Burning River Fest, too, added to anniversary events this week celebrating the city's precious clean-water resources.

"I feel that it's kind of a message of rebirth," said Jake Tuel, who chose Burning River Guitars as the name for his guitar restoration shop in Akron. "Kind of like a river coming back, an ecology coming back, business coming back."

And back in business the Cuyahoga is. In March, the EPA declared its fish safe to eat.

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Carr Smyth reported from Columbus. Follow her at https://www.twitter.com/jcarrsmyth .

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