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  • Emergency Response
  • Fire & Smoke Damage
  • Water Damage
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What Our Customers Say

"We were extremely pleased with all your work and the efficiency in which all aspects were completed."
- Anne T.
"Thank you for your kindness and patience, your workers were both professional and friendly, I am completely satisfied with their work. You can be sure I will call you if I ever need your services again."
- Judith V.
"Thank you isn't enough for all of your hard work and effort. I really do appreciate all what you did"
- Craig
"Thank you so much for all you've done, I truly appreciate your caring and professional manner"
- Susan S.
"Your work crew did a fantastic job at cleaning my house"
- Vera B
"A big Thank You the crew did a great job we appreciate it"
- Maureen S
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09/11/2018
Having a safe kitchen is instrumental in having a safe home. To keep your kitchen as safe as possible, follow the tips below.

How to Make Your Kitchen Safer

  1. Waiting for your food to cook can be boring, however, this doesn't mean you should leave the items on your stove unattended. To prevent fires, always look after what's cooking.
  2. And while you're cooking, you should avoid fabrics that could easily catch fire. For example, make sure any curtains, rags, and even your clothing, are away from the flames.
  3. You should also care for your appliances: don't use anything with frayed wires, keep them away from the water, and don't stick metal or aluminum into them.
  4. Slips and falls can also happen in the kitchen. For that reason, you should clean spills promptly so your kitchen floors aren't slippery.
  5. Greases and oils are usually involved in kitchen fires. If a fire does start because of them, don't throw water at it. Use a fire extinguisher or a thick towel to put out smaller flames. If they get too big, call the fire department.
  6. It's also important that you use your knives carefully. Keep them sharp, learn how to use them, and hold them tight whenever you're employing them.
  7. Unless you're teaching your children how to cook, you should keep them away from the kitchen. Don't let them near the stove, handle knives, or use appliances without supervision.
  8. Last but not least, use the necessary tools to stay safe. Smoke detectors, a first aid kit, and fire extinguishers, can keep you free from harm in case there's a mishap.

If your home requires professional property restoration in Stormville, call Zott Construction DKI at (845) 227-4141 to get a free estimate.