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For most homeowners, the thought of dealing with water damage is about as attractive as going to the dentist for a root canal, if not worse. If the recent destruction caused by Hurricane Ida taught us anything, it’s that water damage can be catastrophic. The source of water damage can come from many different sources, including natural causes like rainstorms and internal property issues like pipe bursts. From plumbing problems to full-on floods, water damage in Cary, NC, can weaken your home’s structure and even cause your family to fall ill. That’s why it is so important that you address water damage in your home as soon as possible.

At Restoration Experts of North Carolina, we understand that dealing with water damage can seem like a losing effort. With our team by your side, however, you don’t have to lose hope. We provide comprehensive water remediation in Cary, from initial documentation of your damage to the time that we mitigate your problem. With a team of IICRC certified technicians and high-tech inspection tools, we have the experience and the innovation to restore your home or business to its original beauty.

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With years of experience in the water damage restoration industry, there is no project too small or complex for our team to handle. Our customers are our top priority, and there are no exceptions to that rule.

At the end of the day, our clients choose Restoration Experts of North Carolina for three reasons:

Trustworthy Water Damage Mitigation Services

Trustworthy Water Damage Mitigation Services

Our goal is to restore your losses using mitigation techniques whenever possible to help restore your property to its original condition. If reconstruction is required, we will handle every aspect of your loss through a single, dependable point of contact.

Transparent Restoration with NoHidden Fees

Transparent Restoration with NoHidden Fees

At Restoration Experts of North Carolina, we make it a priority to provide our customers with comprehensive documentation and step-by-step status updates. Our transparent business model makes it easy for our customers to understand our water remediation progress. That way, you know exactly where we’re at with your project and have a permanent record of your home or businesses’ restoration. You won’t ever have to worry about hidden fees, unauthorized charges, or annoying efforts to sell you additional products or services.

Re-Defining Full-Service Water Clean-Up in Cary

Re-Defining Full-Service Water Clean-Up in Cary

Our goal is to be your one-stop source for water remediation in North Carolina. To help achieve this goal, we offer a wide range of additional services on top of our already stellar water damage restoration services. We combine our unmatched expertise with strategic partnerships to better serve our customers. We can provide all you need, from interior design consultations and decorating services to replacement furniture and appliances for your home or business. We are committed to giving our customers informative, effective, streamlined water remediation services in Cary.

Common Signs of Water Damage in Cary, NC

Water damage can happen to any structure, from large storefronts in town to suburban homes outside of the city. Incidents that cause water damage can happen at any time, making them particularly hard to remediate for non-professionals. To make matters worse, spotting signs of water damage isn’t as easy as you might think. Some signs are obvious, while others are subtle and even hidden. However, one of the best ways to address water damage in your home or business is to keep a sharp eye out for the following signs, so that you can treat the problem quickly and get back to normal life.

Signs of Water Damage Outside

Looking for signs outside is a great place to start, as it can narrow down external sources of water leaks. Keep an eye out for the following signs outside:

  • Windows and Door Frames: Check to see if there is any separation between your windows and door frames. Even small separations can lead to moisture leaking into your home or business, leading to mold growth.
  • Cracked or Missing Shingles: Severe rainstorms, tornadoes, and hurricanes are notorious for causing extensive water damage. Powerful natural disasters often strip residential and commercial roofs of shingles and flashing. When this happens, water can leak in through your roof and cause a litany of issues.
  • Ground Slope: Double check that your structure is sitting on the highest point on your property, with the ground sloping away from your home or business. If the ground slopes towards your home, you may be looking at water accumulation problems. When this happens, your foundation is at risk because water will accumulate on the sides of your structure. Eventually, this water can find its way inside.
Signs of Water Damage Inside

After you’re done checking for signs of water damage outside, it’s time to move indoors. Obviously, if you spot any of the following signs, your family could be at risk. It’s important to call Restoration Experts of North Carolina to schedule an inspection to determine the extent of your damage.

  • Sagging Spots on Floor: Sagging occurs around showers, sinks, and bathtubs. Also, check around appliances like dishwashers, water heaters, and washing machines.
  • Water Rings: Look for water rings on your ceilings and walls, as they can be signs of leaky pipes. It’s a good idea to check for water rings regularly, even if you don’t suspect any water damage.
  • Warped Tiles: Water damage to wood and laminate flooring will cause it to warp, bend, and split. Be sure to go out of your way to inspect areas that you might not think of checking, like corners of rooms you don’t go in often.
  • Musty Smell: If you suspect water damage is occurring, trust your sense of smell. If odors of must or mildew are present, you likely have water damage in some form.
  • Rust: Examine your water heater for signs of rust, which can indicate a current or past leak.
  • Watermarks: Check inside and under your cabinets, especially in your bathrooms and kitchen areas. If you see signs of discoloration and warping, you could have water damage in your home or business due to a leaking pipe.

Risks of Water Damage in Cary, NC

If your home or business was recently flooded or you have had recent water damage, it is crucial to dry out your home or place of work ASAP. There are many risks associated with floods and leaks. One of the most common risks in situations like these is when water becomes contaminated. Contamination can happen when a sewer pipe bursts or a body of water floods into your home, like from a river or creek. Contaminated water often contains bacteria and microorganisms that can result in serious conditions like giardia. Even clean water can be a risk when stands for too long, since mosquitoes and other bugs breed in such conditions. Bugs that die in the water and critters that hatch eggs spread bacteria and attract even more bugs to the area.

After water recedes, the dampness left behind can cause fungus and mold growth – both of which can be detrimental to your health, especially if you have respiratory issues like asthma or have allergies.

Whether you have a small damp spot in your basement or severe flooding from a storm, do not take water damage lightly. Waiting to fix the issue will have a huge impact on your wallet, and more importantly, your family’s health.

Restoration Experts of North Carolina utilize the latest high-tech inspection tools like thermal imaging to discover the extent of your water damage. Using pumps, we extract the water and then use high-powered fans and heaters until your business or home is dry. While we’re drying your property, our team monitors and documents the entire process. We also specifically address any health hazards that can be associated with more severe categories of water damage.

If your property has flooded, you could be at risk from the following kinds of water leaks:
Clean Water
Clean Water

this water comes from broken or frozen pipes, failed water heaters, roof leaks, ice maker hoses, and more.

Grey Water
Grey Water

grey water is contaminated due to soiling like body oils, laundry soils, food stains, etc. This type of water often originates from dishwashers, washing machines, tub overflows, and hot tubs.

Black Water
Black Water

this type of water contains thousands of bacteria, protozoa, and disease-causing viruses. Black water most often comes from septic back-ups and overflows, sewer leaks, and toilet overflows.

What to Do When You Have Water Damage in Cary, NC

When your property floods, the first step you should take is to call a qualified contractor to help facilitate your water clean-up in Cary, NC. Restoration Experts of North Carolina has restored countless water losses and knows what needs to be done to get your home or business back to pre-loss condition. In situations like these, you must act fast to prevent damages and illnesses. Also, many home insurance policies require the homeowner to do everything in their power to protect the property from further damage. That’s where Restoration Experts of North Carolina comes in. We’ll bill your insurance company directly and will handle all the necessary water remediation work, so that you can focus on your family and your day-to-day responsibilities. Our team is on-call 24-hours a day and will be on our way to your home or business fast.

Since it'll take us a few minutes to arrive, consider the following pointers to help minimize property damage and speed up the restoration of your home:

  • If water has come from a contaminated source like your toilet, avoid all contact with the water.
  • If you do come into contact, clean yourself as soon as possible.
  • If safely accessible, turn off the source of water.
  • Turn off all power to the affected areas if circuit breakers are safe to access.
  • Remove we books, newspapers, rugs, and other such items. They will stain your home.
  • Blot pooling water with a mop or towels.
  • Remove water-sensitive items from wet areas. Prop them up in a dry, safe place.
  • Prevent additional damage to your furniture by placing plywood or foil underneath the legs.
  • Hang curtains and drapes that are wet in a dry room.
  • Avoid using fans or any electrical devices when standing on wet flooring.
  • Wait for professionals to dry your home or business. Do not use a standard vacuum cleaner, as water can damage these devices.
Steps to Take if You Have Sewage

Steps to Take if You Have Sewage or Black Water Damage

First things first – call Restoration Experts of North Carolina ASAP if you know for a fact that you have a black water leak. Black water contains disease-causing viruses and a plethora of bacteria that can be harmful to you or your children. If a sewage line leaks or your toilet overflows significantly, use our 24-hour emergency line, and our team will come to your location quickly. Until we arrive, take these steps to minimize black water damage in Cary, NC.

  • Stay far away from areas affected by black water.
  • Plug all of your toilets with a string mop or wadded rags if you have had an overflow event.
  • Turn off your HVAC system. Cover exposed vents to prevent water from infiltrating your air ducts.
  • If the source of black water is coming from outside, be sure to turn off all water connections at their entry points.

Restoration Experts of North Carolina is Here for You

Whether your home was flooded from a hailstorm or you have an overflowing dishwasher, we are here to help. Our primary goal is to provide your family or customers with the most effective water remediation in Cary, NC. That way, you can rest easy knowing you have a team of professionals on your side who are qualified and capable of full-serve water clean-up. Remember, if your home is affected by water damage, time is of the essence.

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Seven-story tower to complete Hindu temple in Cary

This is a modal window.This video is not supported on your platform. If you are using IE 10 or lower please consider using IE 11, Edge, Chrome, or Firefox.Cary, N.C. — A Hindu temple in Cary is expanding upwards to meet the religious and cultural needs of a growing South Asian community in the Triangle.Craftsmen from India are building an 87-foot-tall Rajagopuram, or monumental entrance tower, to the Sri ...

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Cary, N.C. — A Hindu temple in Cary is expanding upwards to meet the religious and cultural needs of a growing South Asian community in the Triangle.

Craftsmen from India are building an 87-foot-tall Rajagopuram, or monumental entrance tower, to the Sri Venkateswara Temple, off N.C. Highway 54 near Northwest Maynard Road. When complete early next year, it will be the tallest structure of its kind in the U.S.

The temple opened in 2009, and 5,000 to 10,000 people worship there regularly. But trustee Bhaskar Venepalli said the temple isn't complete without the Rajagopuram.

"Rajagopuram is the entrance to the temple," Venepalli said, explaining that the tower represents "the feet of the Lord" and the temple itself the body.

Each level of the seven-story tower represents a story from one of the Indian mythologies and different Hindu gods, he said.

"There's more than a thousand years of history of this temple," designer Thangam Subramanian said.

The craftsmen work on the intricately designed figures that go around the outside of the tower, pouring concrete molds, carrying the figures up the scaffolding and placing them by hand onto the structure, Subramanian said.

The pandemic delayed construction, which is being paid for entirely through donations, because some of the craftsmen couldn't obtain visas to come from India, he said.

"This kind of work, our guys, only they know that," he said, "because, from the childhood, they are learning like this."

"Each side – east, west, north, south – there is a lot of theory behind it," temple treasurer Praveen Tatineni said, noting the Rajagopuram was modeled after the largest temple in India.

"That is the main reason it attracts a lot of Indians to the temple," Tatineni said.

More than 20,000 people of Indian descent live in Cary and neighboring Morrisville, and Hindi is the most-spoken foreign language in Cary, local officials say. But the Sri Venkateswara Temple attracts Hindus and visitors from around the country.

"This is an iconic structure, not only for Cary, but for the whole United States," Venepalli said.

A town planner said the Rajagopuram will be one of the tallest structures in Cary.

With construction almost complete on the tower, Tatineni said, the temple will break ground next week on a 40,000-square-foot religious and wedding hall. The two-story structure, which will include a cafeteria, will be able to host festivals, he said.

"We really want to encourage even the local community to come over," he said, "and participate with us."

Blue Devils Strong During Day One of ITA Carolina Regional

CARY, N.C. – Duke men's tennis won 16 of its 18 matches during Day One of the ITA Carolina Regional Championship on Friday at Cary Tennis Park.Seven of the nine individuals playing in the singles draw advance to Saturday's Round of 32.Senior Edu Güell bested Gardner-Webb's Chrisjan Van Wyk 6-1, 7-6 (5) in his opening round before defeating James Roelofse of Furman 7-5, 7-5 in his next match. Jun...

CARY, N.C. – Duke men's tennis won 16 of its 18 matches during Day One of the ITA Carolina Regional Championship on Friday at Cary Tennis Park.

Seven of the nine individuals playing in the singles draw advance to Saturday's Round of 32.

Senior Edu Güell bested Gardner-Webb's Chrisjan Van Wyk 6-1, 7-6 (5) in his opening round before defeating James Roelofse of Furman 7-5, 7-5 in his next match. Junior Garrett Johns breezed through his first two matches on Friday, beating Damien Nezar of Campbell and Carter Morgan of South Carolina 6-2, 6-3 and 6-0, 6-1, respectively.

Fellow classmate Andrew Zhang also swept his opening two matches. The Bloomfield Hills, Mich., native defeated UNC Greensboro's Nico Grewe 6-4, 6-3 before besting Pol Otin of Campbell 7-5, 6-1.

Sophomores Faris Khan and Nirrop Vallabhaneni each finished 2-0 on the day as well. Khan beat Hugh Knapp of UNC Greensboro 6-3, 6-2 in his opening match. The Delray Beach, Fla., native then bested Benjamin Niv of South Carolina State 6-4, 6-2. Vallabhaneni's day started with a 6-1, 6-2 victory over North Carolina's Mark Dillon, before recording a three-set win in his second match. He dropped the first set 7-6 (4) but rallied for the come-from-behind win in the second and third at 6-4 and 6-2 to register the win over Mikhail Sokolovskiy of Charlotte.

The freshman twin tandem of Connor Krug and Jake Krug also went undefeated during Friday's opening day. C. Krug tallied a 6-4, 4-6, 7-6 (1) victory over College of Charleston's Zac Larke and a 6-2, 6-3 win over Federico Garnier of Coastal Carolina J. Krug bested N.C. State's Yannai Barkai 6-3, 6-4 before defeated Eder Blanco of North Carolina A&T 6-4, 6-1.

Junior Michael Heller defeated Reece Falck of UNC Wilmington 6-4, 4-6, 6-2 in his opening round but dropped a tough three-set match in the Round of 64. The Boca Raton, Fla., native fell to Logan Zapp of North Carolina 5-7, 6-0, 7-6 (7).

Graduate Student Arturo Kam was Duke's first competitor on the day, and despite dropping his opening match to Nicholas Campbell of Elon 6-3, 7-5, Kam rebounded for a victory in his first match of the consolation bracket. He bested Matt Pitts of Clemson in a three-set match tiebreaker 3-6, 6-2, 10-3.

Another round of singles action will happen on Saturday followed by the start of doubles play at Cary Tennis Park. Duke has five teams in the draw, with three of them being seeded. Heller and Zhang earned the No. 6 overall seed while the duos of Dale/Johns and Krug/Krug earn 9-16 marks. Andrew Dale will make his first appearance on the courts as he partners with Johns.

Singles Main Draw Round of 128 Edu Güell (Duke) defeated Chrisjan Van Wyk (Gardner-Webb) 6-1, 7-6 (5) Michael Heller (Duke) defeated Reece Falck (UNCW) 6-4, 4-6, 6-2 Garrett Johns (Duke) defeated Damien Nezar (Campbell) 6-2, 6-3 Nicholas Campbell (Elon) defeated Arturo Kam (Duke) 6-3, 7-5 Faris Khan (Duke) defeated High Knapp (UNCG) 6-3, 6-2 Connor Krug (Duke) defeated Zac Larke (College of Charleston) 6-4, 4-6, 7-6 (1) Jake Krug (Duke) defeated Yannai Barkai (NCST) 6-3, 6-4 Niroop Vallabhaneni (Duke) defeated Mark Dillon (UNC) 6-1, 6-2 Andrew Zhang (Duke) defeated Nico Grewe (UNCG) 6-4, 6-3

Main Draw Round of 64 Edu Güell (Duke) defeated James Roelofse (Furman) 7-5, 7-5 Logan Zapp (UNC) defeated Michael Heller (Duke) 5-7, 6-0, 7-6 (7) Garrett Johns (Duke) defeated Carter Morgan (USC) 6-0, 6-1 Faris Khan (Duke) defeated Benjamin Niv (SCSU) 6-4, 6-2 Connor Krug (Duke) defeated Federico Garnier (Coastal Carolina) 6-2, 6-3 Jake Krug (Duke) defeated Eder Blanco (NCAT) 6-4, 6-1 Niroop Vallabhaneni (Duke) defeated Mikhail Sokolovskiy (Charlotte) 6-7 (4), 6-4, 6-2 Andrew Zhang (Duke) defeated Pol Otin (Campbell) 7-5, 6-1

Consolation Draw Round of 64 Arturo Kam (Duke) defeated Matt Pitts (Clemson) 3-6, 6-2, 10-3 in Con. Singles.

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Customize your own cinnamon rolls at this Cary shop

This is a modal window.This video is not supported on your platform. If you are using IE 10 or lower please consider using IE 11, Edge, Chrome, or Firefox.Cary, N.C. — With toppings like house made cookie dough and fresh fruit, Cinnaholic is a cinnamon roll lovers dream.The shop, located in Parkside Town Commons in Cary, is a locally owned franchise. The concept was made famous after its creators appeared on the popular &...

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Cary, N.C. — With toppings like house made cookie dough and fresh fruit, Cinnaholic is a cinnamon roll lovers dream.

The shop, located in Parkside Town Commons in Cary, is a locally owned franchise. The concept was made famous after its creators appeared on the popular "Shark Tank" reality show to ask for investors. There are five locations in North Carolina, but this is the only one in the Triangle area.

Cinnaholic is all about customization. You can go in and select one of the many signature rolls like the Caramel Apple Pie Roll (caramel frosting topped with fresh apples, pecans, homemade pie crumble and caramel sauce) and the Cookie Monster Roll (cream cheese frosting topped with homemade chocolate chip cookie dough, chocolate chips, and chocolate sauce).

Or you can create your own roll by selecting up to two frostings (flavors include vanilla, cream cheese, creme brulee, hazelnut, peanut butter and so many more!) and unlimited toppings that include a variety of fresh fruit, peanut butter cups, Oreos, sprinkles, nuts and just about anything else you can think of.

There are also seasonal rolls. Fall's flavors are Pumpkin Spice Roll (pumpkin frosting topped with homemade Cinnadoodle cookie bites, marshmallows and cinnamon dust) and the Fluffernutter Roll (fluffernutter frosting topped with homemade peanut butter cups, marshmallows and chocolate sauce).

All icings are made in-house.

There are fresh brownies, cookies and even mini cinnamon rolls also on the menu. And for pizza fans, Cinnaholic has introduced a Pizza Roll.

The entire menu is also vegan, which means no animal products are being used in anything. You'd never notice that there isn't any actual dairy in the icings. They just taste sweet and delicious.

My family preferred the seasonal rolls the best, so definitely try the Fluffernutter if you love peanut butter!

Cinnaholic is located at 1209 Parkside Main Street in Cary. Orders can be placed online for pick-up as well as in the shop.

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Smart Cities Connect: Regional North Carolina Coalition Shares Flood Data

Almost three years ago, a band of local governments in North Carolina decided to share collected data, primarily to fight flooding from storm waters.Previously, local governments hesitated to share such data because of potential political considerations, said Amber Cobb, director of partnerships for RIoT, a nonprofit established by the Wireless Research Center and sponsors such as Cisco and Oracle. But the regional governments put aside their concerns and formed a data-sh...

Almost three years ago, a band of local governments in North Carolina decided to share collected data, primarily to fight flooding from storm waters.

Previously, local governments hesitated to share such data because of potential political considerations, said Amber Cobb, director of partnerships for RIoT, a nonprofit established by the Wireless Research Center and sponsors such as Cisco and Oracle. But the regional governments put aside their concerns and formed a data-sharing group to collaborate on common problems.

“If you know anything about North Carolina, we are one of those states that is troubled by flooding in a really big way,” Cobb said, speaking at the Smart Cities Connect Fall Conference and Expo outside of Washington, D.C., on Thursday. “Storm water doesn’t care about government boundaries, and it doesn’t care if it runs from one city to another.”

The coalition — which includes, among others, the governments of Cary, N.C.; Raleigh, N.C.; and Wake County, N.C. — now meets at least monthly to foster the data exchange and seek ways to mitigate storm damage from flooding.

“We have some amazing government partners who are interested in capturing data and figuring out what to do with it,” Cobb said.

Data Collected from IoT Sensors May Mitigate Flood Damage

RIoT convenes partners such as government agencies for consideration of Internet of Things use cases. In the case of the Raleigh-area North Carolina community, the government alliance deploys IoT sensors for flood monitoring.

“We have this amazing data set now that allows our communities to look at it a little bit differently,” Cobb said. “We are looking forward to the next step of how we use that data for predictive analytics and how we can start reaching out to communities outside of our circle.”

Cary touts deployment of stream sensors and rain gauges within its river basins to collect flooding data and to help protect people and infrastructure from storm damage. It has deployed the IoT tech as part of its smart city program.

“The sensors provide real-time water level data, and the rain gauges record rainfall accumulation and intensity,” the town states on a website. “This data helps develop basin models to assist with stormwater planning and floodplain improvements and alerts.”

“Our visibility, before, typically came from a citizen calling up and telling us that a road was flooded,” Cary CIO Nicole Raimundo told the online news site Route Fifty last year. “Stormwater overall has become a more prevalent issue over the years, not just in Cary but in other places, because of development.”

The coalition of local governments are eyeing traffic management and trash collection as their next use cases for IoT sensors, Cobb said at Smart Cities Connect.

Huon Leads Coastal on Day 1 of ITA Carolina Regionals

CARY, N.C. – Led by Bastien Huon's two singles wins on Friday, Coastal Carolina's men's tennis team posted six singles wins overall on day one of the ITA Carolina Regional Championships hosted by Duke University in Cary, N.C.The Chants picked up wins from Huon, Diego Giraldo, ...

CARY, N.C. – Led by Bastien Huon's two singles wins on Friday, Coastal Carolina's men's tennis team posted six singles wins overall on day one of the ITA Carolina Regional Championships hosted by Duke University in Cary, N.C.

The Chants picked up wins from Huon, Diego Giraldo, Federico Garnier, Neil O'Connor, and Guilherme Toresan in the main singles draw.

Huon posted a first-round 6-3, 6-4 straight-set win over Yizhou Liu of Clemson, while Giraldo bounced back from a first-set loss to defeat Noah Borges of the College of Charleston 3-6, 6-1, 6-2 in the first round to draw Huon in the second round.

Huon was able to top his teammate, as he defeated Giraldo 7-5, 6-3 to advance to the round of 32 on Saturday.

Garnier won a very tight first-round match over Connor Laymon of Furman 7-6 (7), 6-7 (2), 6-1 to move on to the second round where he suffered a 6-2, 6-3 loss to Connor Krug of Duke to fall into the consolation draw.

O'Connor bounced back from a first-round 6-3, 6-3 loss to Benjamin Maes of Clemson to upend Josiah Schainblatt of The Citadel 6-2, 6-0 in the consolation bracket.

Like O'Connor, Toresan suffered a first-round 7-5, 6-2 loss to Mac Kiger of North Carolina but rebounded in the consolation draw to defeat Amit Baran of NCCU 6-2, 6-1.

CCU's Carlos Berna Ruiz suffered an injury in his first-round match versus Logan Zapp of North Carolina and was forced to retire in the second set before playing hurt and gutting it out against Reece Falck of UNCW in a 6-1, 6-3 loss in the consolations.

The Chants will return to action on Saturday, Oct. 23, as both singles and doubles action will commence on day two of the ITA Carolina Regionals.

Coastal Singles Results – Main Draw Round 1 Bastien Huon (CCU) def. Yizhou Liu (CU) – 6-3, 6-4 Diego Giraldo (CCU) def. Noah Borges (CofC) – 3-6, 6-1, 6-2 Federico Garnier (CCU) def. Connor Laymon (FU) – 7-6 (7), 6-7 (2), 6-1 Benjamin Maes (CU) def. Neil O'Connor (CCU) – 6-3, 6-3 Logan Zapp (NC) def. Carlos Berna Ruiz (CCU) – 6-4, Retired (Injury) Mac Kiger (NC) def. Guilherme Toresan (CCU) – 7-5, 6-2

Round 2 Bastien Huon (CCU) def. Diego Giraldo (CCU) – 7-5, 6-3 Connor Krug (Duke) def. Federico Garnier (CCU) – 6-2, 6-3

Coastal Singles Results – Consolation Round 1 Neil O'Connor (CCU) def. Josiah Schainblatt (CIT) – 6-2, 6-0 Guilherme Toresan (CCU) def. Amit Baran (NCCU) – 6-2, 6-1 Reece Falck (UNCW) def. Carlos Berna Ruiz (CCU) – 6-1, 6-3

Round 2 Neil O'Connor (CCU) bye Guilherme Toresan (CCU) bye

For complete coverage of Coastal Carolina men's tennis, follow the Chants on social media @CoastalMTennis (Twitter), facebook.com/CCUChanticleers (Facebook), @GoCCUsports (Instagram), or visit the official home of Coastal Carolina Athletics at www.GoCCUsports.com.

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