Brian Brueckel (Associate General Adjuster Property Major Case The Hartford Financial Services Group)
Mike and I met with the contractor Chuck earlier today as scheduled. I wanted to let you know of my opinion of Alliance’s work which is that I found it to be very thorough and clean. You did all the work in a very good amount of time, and it is nice to have all of that demolition, debris removal, and cleanup behind us. Thanks again!
I located a leak that produced mold 2 days before Christmas! Alliance worked fast and got mold out even though it was a holiday week. They truly came to the rescue.. Did a great demolition leaving the the area in my home ready for the restoration. The guys were polite, always wore a Covid mask and did a professional job. Highly recommend.
I'm very impressed with this firm. Edward Work was the PM I talked to who provided me with a quick and fair quote to remove and dispose my old 800 pound boiler that was lined with asbestos. Their crew came on time, worked quickly, and left the place cleaner than they found it. I'm very satisfied and would recommend them to anyone in the Rockridge or Piedmont area.
Project Manager - Har-Bro Restoration
I just wanted to say thank you to your team for jumping on the floor removal this past weekend. We had a final walk through with the attorneys, insurance adjusters, tenants and recon people today and it went very well. These are the kind of jobs where our feet were held to the fire and we were in and out of there in eight days with a lot of hurdles to jump. Keep up the good work it is very appreciated.
Service was prompt. Workplace was taken care of. Company responded quickly.
California’s Dixie Fire has already burned nearly 900 homes and structures
California’s largest single wildfire in recorded history kept pushing through forestlands on Tuesday as fire crews tried to protect rural communities from flames that have destroyed hundreds of homes.
Four wildfire smoke health problems and how to deal with them
As well as efforts to reduce the risk of fire, there are plenty of warnings for another tough wildfire season. However, experts say that few people take precautions against wildfire smoke.
Stay Safe During a Wildfire
Pay attention to local weather forecasts, especially those that may affect fire conditions, and always follow instructions given by local emergency management officials.
Going to a Public Disaster Shelter During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Emergency managers, shelter managers, and public health professionals are taking measures to reduce the possible spread of COVID-19 among people who seek safety in a disaster shelter during severe weather events.
Wildfire Smoke and COVID-19
The purpose of this document is to provide Air Resource Advisors and other environmental health professionals with key messages about wildfire smoke and COVID-19.
Public Health Strategies to Reduce Exposure to Wildfire Smoke during the COVID-19 Pandemic
This document provides information about wildfire preparedness and response during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Wildfire Smoke and COVID-19
Wildfire smoke can irritate your lungs, cause inflammation, affect your immune system, and make you more prone to lung infections, including SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.
How To Create A ‘Clean Room’ At Home To Filter Out Smoke
If smoke levels in your area are unhealthy and expected to stay that way for a while, rather than evacuate, experts recommend staying inside and creating a special space with less exposure to smoke, called a “Clean Room.”
Tips for how to help and stay safe during and after a wildfire
A wildfire can start at any moment without warning. They move fast and often unpredictably. However, you can be prepared in the event you have to evacuate your home or your home loses power.
Prepare for Wildfire
Evacuation plans for families with young children should include helping toddlers understand how to quickly respond in case of fire, and how adults can escape with babies. Prepare ahead of time by practicing your family’s fire escape plan, and what to do to be safe when there is a wildfire nearby.