Summer Has Arrived!

June 21 marks the first day of summer. This means, of course, the weather becomes unpredictable and is constantly changing.  From 90 degrees and humid to showers and thunderstorms, summer is a season of unexpected forecasts.

At Clean Response, we want everyone to enjoy their summer, instead of having to worry about home damages resulting from the weather. Here are a list of easy do-it-yourself tips to avoid home water damages.

  • Squeegee your shower to avoid build up in moisture and mildew
  • Clean your gutters
  • Check to make sure your sump pump is working, especially before a heavy rain or storm
  • When leaving for the weekend or vacation, remember to shut your water off to avoid leaks
  • Keep basement items off the ground and on shelves

If, unfortunately, your house does suffer from rain or water damage, always remember to call Clean Response. Click here for more information on Clean Response’s water cleanup.

Happy summer!

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"They brought their industrial-sized dehumidifiers and fans, which minimized the amount of water damage compared to what it could have been."

Zack K., Minneapolis

"Ron Bauer and the whole crew treated me like I was their mom or grandma, like they would want things done for their own family. They even brought me flowers when I moved back in."

Nancy, Minneapolis

"Clean Response quickly assessed the situation...they set a plan in motion that completely took care of the water damage. The damaged walls are now back to new."

Tim, Chaska

"...They definitely knew what they were doing, and once they arrived, I didn't worry about it anymore."

Julie, St. Paul

"They were terrific. Quick on the initial response, extremely good at communicating. "

Penny, Minneapolis

"Our sewer backed up while we were on vacation. Clean Response did the initial clean up and also did the repairs. Carpeting was replaced and also a bathroom vanity. They did an excellent job and I would highly recommend them"

Steve, Edina

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