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For more information on what to do if you suspect you have a damaged roof, see below. ARE YOU UNSURE IF YOU HAVE A DAMAGED ROOF? Here are some ways you can tell if your roof needs replacing: Missing, cracked or curling shingles Blistering or peeling paint...


Water Damage in Baton Rouge When you think about water damage in Baton Rouge, you may only think about it happening due to flooding. Actually, the most common types of water damage calls we receive have to do with household incidents- or things like a leaky...


Spring Roof Inspection Spring has sprung, and it's the PERFECT time for a roof inspection! Did you know our Roofing Division offers free roof inspections.  Our estimators are insurance claims EXPERTS and have many years of experience. We are here for any roof issue that comes...


SPRING AIR DUCT CLEANING Spring has sprung, and that means dust, dander, pollen and more may be floating through the air in your house. Did you experience water damage at some point? Is your home 10+ years old? Do you have pets or is someone in...


Mold in House Temperatures are increasing, and you may find that you have mold in your house. As the weather and humidity increases, we see an influx of calls about mold damage and inspections. Why does mold grow? As the temperature increases outside then the importance of a...



AIR DUCT MOLD With all the rain we’ve been having here in South Louisiana, it’s no wonder we are receiving questions about moldy air ducts.  If you are wondering about air ducts cleanliness and mold, we can help! DO I HAVE MOLDY AIR DUCTS? It’s hard to say...


Leaky Roof What's in the forecast this Mardi Gras weekend? RAIN! Rain, rain and more rain! If you have a leak, give us a call! United Fire and Water Damage Roofing Division is available to help you decide whether or not to repair or replace your...


Baton Rouge Water Damage The weather is finicky around Southern Louisiana, and this year is no exception. We've had multiple freezes and if you believe in Punxsutawny Phil, we're going to have 6 weeks more of winter. Groundhogs aside, there are some very important things to...


Baton Rouge Fires Fire deaths in the Baton Rouge area have reached an all time high. This is due to a number of reasons, but what almost all of the cases have in common is a non working smoke detector.  December and January have the most...