Restoration Experts of North Carolina
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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:
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.
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.
this water comes from broken or frozen pipes, failed water heaters, roof leaks, ice maker hoses, and more.
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.
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.
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:
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.
Cary’s long-awaited Fenton development has opened with a limited selection of shopping options.Much of the multiplex is still under construction. Of its anticipated 345,000 square feet of stores, restaurants and entertainment spaces, only three retailers are open, or plan to open within the next week: Athleta, Sephora and Southern Tide, which will open Friday, May 13.Fenton is located on Cary Towne Boulevard and Trinity Road between I-40 and SE Maynard Road. The $850 million project is one of the largest retail-driven pro...
Cary’s long-awaited Fenton development has opened with a limited selection of shopping options.
Much of the multiplex is still under construction. Of its anticipated 345,000 square feet of stores, restaurants and entertainment spaces, only three retailers are open, or plan to open within the next week: Athleta, Sephora and Southern Tide, which will open Friday, May 13.
Fenton is located on Cary Towne Boulevard and Trinity Road between I-40 and SE Maynard Road. The $850 million project is one of the largest retail-driven projects under development in the country, according to Hines, the international real estate investor building Fenton in partnership with South Carolina’s Columbia Development. Construction delays and supply chain challenges forced the duo to delay a grand opening.
But construction is on track to be completed by June.
“This period is a true first look at the project,” the company’s said in an emailed statement to The News & Observer. “...(W)e encourage anyone who visits in April or May to return in June for the full Fenton experience.”
While the site is officially open to the public, Hines advises patrons to be careful when navigating ongoing construction.
“As retailers open their doors leading up to grand opening, please note that Fenton is still an active construction site as we put the finishing touches on Cary’s newest mixed-use community, and we appreciate your patience,” a spokesperson told The N&O.
The restaurants at Fenton look to open this summer, but at different stages.
The cocktail bar Dram & Draught, sushi bar M Sushi, Italian restaurant Colletta and Honeysuckle Gelato all expect to open their doors for the grand opening in June.
Ford Fry’s Superica and Cru Food & Wine Bar expect to open in July.
The giant sports bar Sports & Social will open later this year.
Crawford Brothers Steakhouse, the next project from acclaimed Raleigh chef Scott Crawford, is delayed until 2024. Crawford said the delay moves the restaurant’s opening closer to the opening of Hotel at Fenton, the boutique hotel project that will be next to the steakhouse.
“We didn’t want to open with the hotel under construction,” Crawford said. “When I chose my location at Fenton, I chose a free-standing building next to the hotel. I chose that because I thought it would be the perfect fit for the business traveler to stay and dine with us next door.”
Crawford recently opened his newest restaurant, Crawford Cookshop in Clayton, and just announced a restaurant project at Raleigh-Durham International Airport.
Crawford Brothers Steakhouse will be Crawford’s largest Triangle restaurant by far at 4,500 square feet. It was also one of the first restaurants to sign on to Fenton, announced in October 2018. Crawford said the steakhouse is still in its design phase, but that he’s looking forward to its unveiling.
“It’s a minor setback,” Crawford said of the delay. “We wanted to open with everyone else, but there will be several phases. It’s not the end of the world for us. We feel just fine about it.”
Here’s an updated list of all the shopping, dining and entertainment options we know of so far. Bold names will open in May or June, according to Hines.
To be announced. Developers haven’t announced a grocery tenant after Wegmans withdrew plans to open there.
This story was originally published May 4, 2022 3:40 PM.
Courage defenders Abby Erceg and Carson Pickett Selected for NWSL Challenge Cup All-Tournament TeamCary, NC (May 10, 2022) – The National Women’s Soccer League announced today that Debinha has been named the 2022 NWSL Challenge Cup Most Valuable Player, presented by Budweiser. The honor marks the second straight tournament MVP nod for the midfielder, who set the record for goals in consecutive Cup matches this year with tallies in five straight games. NC Courage captain Abby Erceg and defender, Ca...
Courage defenders Abby Erceg and Carson Pickett Selected for NWSL Challenge Cup All-Tournament Team
Cary, NC (May 10, 2022) – The National Women’s Soccer League announced today that Debinha has been named the 2022 NWSL Challenge Cup Most Valuable Player, presented by Budweiser. The honor marks the second straight tournament MVP nod for the midfielder, who set the record for goals in consecutive Cup matches this year with tallies in five straight games. NC Courage captain Abby Erceg and defender, Carson Pickett, were both named to the Challenge Cup All-Tournament Team.
Picking up where she left off from last year’s tournament, Debinha kicked off her scoring tear with the game-opening goal in a 2-2 draw between the Courage and the Washington Spirit on March 30. The Brazilian international converted once again the following weekend, notching the lone North Carolina goal in a 1-1 tie against NJ/NY Gotham FC.
The midfielder then added an insurance goal on April 16 to secure a 4-2 win over the Orlando Pride and stretch her scoring streak to three games, before scoring a game-tying goal in another 2-2 draw with the Spirit on April 23.
Debinha capped off a five-game goal scoring run with the opening tally in a 2-1 semifinal victory over the Kansas City Current on May 4. She went on to add an assist in the tournament final against the Spirit last Saturday, helping the Courage to their first Challenge Cup crown.
Representing the Courage on the All-Tournament Team, Abby Erceg captained the Courage to its first NWSL Challenge Cup Championship, tallying 35 clearances, nine blocks and 20 interceptions. Carson Pickett, also receiving the post-tournament honors, played an integral part of North Carolina Challenge Cup championship run. Pickett enjoyed stellar numbers in both passing efficiency and success in the air and notched a pair of assists throughout the tournament.
The 2022 NWSL Challenge Cup MVP and All-Tournament Team was selected by the NWSL Media Association, a collection of writers that cover the league on a consistent basis.
The Courage resume regular season play this Saturday, May 14 as they take on NY/NJ Gotham FC on the road at 7 p.m. ET. The match will stream live on Paramount+. The Courage will then return home for their regular season home opener on Wednesday, May 18 against the Orlando Pride at 7 p.m. ET. Tickets available here.
Cary, N.C. — Out of more than 10,000 entries, a local woman and her family created a video heartwarming enough to be a Hallmark movie. When representatives from Hallmark brought a crown, prizes and a $10,000 payday to Taborah Adams' home in Cary, she was completely shocked.For her entry, Adams gathered three generations of family on the couch to explain why Hallmark movies have been a longstanding part of their family ...
Cary, N.C. — Out of more than 10,000 entries, a local woman and her family created a video heartwarming enough to be a Hallmark movie. When representatives from Hallmark brought a crown, prizes and a $10,000 payday to Taborah Adams' home in Cary, she was completely shocked.
For her entry, Adams gathered three generations of family on the couch to explain why Hallmark movies have been a longstanding part of their family traditions. Adams, who is a singer-songwriter and Billboard recording artist, wrote up a quick jingle for Hallmark.
The family also featured "outtakes" of making their video, showing them laughing and having fun with their bloopers.
"The bloopers are hysterical! It took us 33 minutes to do a 30-second video," Adams said.
The video submission is on Adams' Instagram page.
Hallmark contacted Adams' sister to give Adams the surprise of her life.
"Much to my surprise, Hallmark was at my door," Adams said.
A doorbell cam captured the touching "Hallmark moment," when Adams was swarmed with cameras, microphones and a collection of prizes.
"I was speechless. I screamed! I was shaking," Adams said. "I still can't believe it. Out of everyone in the United States of America... I'm still walking around my house and I'll be thinking, 'Wow, I'm Hallmark's Number One Fan.'"
So why did Adams' story touch Hallmark more than any other entry?
"My family and I are very close. We get together all the time, and at least once a month we try to get together and watch a Hallmark movie," she said.
But when 2020s pandemic hit, the beloved tradition of gathering for emotional movies was temporarily suspended.
"It was hard," she said.
They did social distance gatherings, like dropping off home-cooked meals to share at Thanksgiving -- or having Christmas in the backyard.
"Hallmark was a part of that," she said. "It's a tradition."
During those hard times, she says Hallmark movies helped get them through it – because the movies are positive, warm and familiar.
"I love how they can take a sad situation, like a death in the movie, and it turns around and something positive comes out of it. Hallmark feels like someplace you've been before, someplace you want to be," she said. "It feels familiar."
Hallmark's Number One Fan will essentially become a spokesperson for Hallmark. Among special prizes like a sparkly crown, a personalized jacket and a $10,000 prize, Adams will also get special opportunities – to share with her family.
"My name is going to be used with one of their movie characters," Adams said.
She will also get a basket of unique items to unveil and unbox throughout the year for her social media followers.
On top of that, she'll get five-minute snippets of unreleased movies to share with her followers and provide commentary.
"I think they're also going to fly me out to L.A. to go on set and meet some people," she said.
Adams is also getting a movie premier for up to 100 people, including a red carpet and the entire works. She hopes to have it at The Cary Theater because of its vintage charm, but that's not set in stone yet.
This is the first time Hallmark has had a Top Fan, so Adams is the first to ever hold the position. Her work will lay the foundation for future Top Fans.
While she awaits her year of prizes and exciting Hallmark experiences, Adams is thrilled to wear her crown around and share the Hallmark experience with her family – just like she's done for so many years before.
You can follow Adams' updates about being a Top Fan and ambassador for Hallmark on her Instagram page, where she will be unveiling specialty items and film snippets sent to her by Hallmark throughout the year.
CARY, N.C. (WNCN) – A Cary woman just returned from Ukraine after traveling there to rescue her parents and bring them to safety. Her parents, who are both 82, got out just as Russia intensified its attacks on the area where they live.Even if you don’t speak the language, you can feel the joy as Diana Medlin and her parents embrace. They met inside the Ukrainian border, after long journeys from opposite directions.Medlin’s parents live in the Donetsk region of eastern Ukraine, where her parents told her the bo...
CARY, N.C. (WNCN) – A Cary woman just returned from Ukraine after traveling there to rescue her parents and bring them to safety. Her parents, who are both 82, got out just as Russia intensified its attacks on the area where they live.
Even if you don’t speak the language, you can feel the joy as Diana Medlin and her parents embrace. They met inside the Ukrainian border, after long journeys from opposite directions.
Medlin’s parents live in the Donetsk region of eastern Ukraine, where her parents told her the bombs fell more and more frequently.
“When it was really dangerous, I thought ‘I need to do something’,” Medlin said.
Getting her parents out of Ukraine wasn’t easy.
They are both 82 and have trouble getting around.
“At their age, it’s hard to move and travel for so long,” Medlin said.
Medlin knew the only way to get her parents to safety was to go into Ukraine herself.
“I’m not afraid, I can do it,” she recalled thinking.
With the help of donated airline miles, she flew to Poland, then crossed the border into Ukraine. Meanwhile, her parents left their home in eastern Ukraine and traveled cross-country riding in a van.
While the family stayed in Lviv, Medlin said missiles flew toward the city, but she never questioned her decision to help her parents.
“I said, ‘We are kids; we are supposed to do it to help you because you’ve done so much for us raising us,” she said.
With the help of donations and the kindness of strangers, the family took buses and planes, and finally flew into RDU. Now Diana is grateful to have her parents beside her.
“I’m just thankful to everybody who donated, supported and prayed; it’s amazing,” she said.
Medlin was able to travel to Ukraine and her parents were able to come here thanks to donated airline miles.
An Apex man has matched hundreds of Ukrainians with people who have miles to donate and helped them get to safety. If you’d like to find out how you can help, click here.
Lugano Ristorante is an Italian restaurant located in Cary, North Carolina. The restaurant prides itself on using fresh and local ingredients to create authentic Italian dishes. Some of their signature items include the veal Osso Bucco and the eggplant parmigiana. Lugano Ristorante also offers a wide variety of gluten-free dishes. Outside of their main dining room, they have a beautiful private event room that can seat up to 70 people and has its own bar area. It is the perfect setting for any special occasion or business meeting!Luck...
Lugano Ristorante is an Italian restaurant located in Cary, North Carolina. The restaurant prides itself on using fresh and local ingredients to create authentic Italian dishes. Some of their signature items include the veal Osso Bucco and the eggplant parmigiana. Lugano Ristorante also offers a wide variety of gluten-free dishes. Outside of their main dining room, they have a beautiful private event room that can seat up to 70 people and has its own bar area. It is the perfect setting for any special occasion or business meeting!
Lucky 32 Southern Kitchen is a great place to enjoy a delicious meal in a sophisticated yet comfortable setting. The menu features classics like fried chicken and pork chops but also goes outside the box with things like their grilled tuna salad. They have a full bar with 12 beers on tap and an extensive wine list. The staff is friendly, the atmosphere is great for business lunches or family meals, and they have outdoor seating as well.
Bosphorus Restaurant is a popular Turkish restaurant. This restaurant serves authentic Turkish cuisine and has a beautiful ambiance. The food is always fresh and cooked to perfection. Friendly staff, great service, and good food are the hallmarks of this establishment. Bosphorus offers a wide variety of dishes including grilled meats, salads, soups, and more. They also serve vegetarian dishes for those who prefer them. Bosphorus offers dine-in as well as take-out options for customers' convenience.
Doherty's Irish Pub & Restaurant is where the locals go to grab a beer and a bite—and they know they'll be getting a taste of home as soon as they sit down. The menu is filled with classic Irish cuisine, from Shepherd's Pie and Corned Beef & Cabbage to Fish & Chips and Bangers & Mash. There's also plenty of modern comfort food on the menu, like buffalo chicken dip and crab dip, but the most popular item on the menu is one of their unique twists on an old favorite: Guinness Wings. These wings are marinated in Guinness with a lemon pepper sauce and served with celery and blue cheese dressing. They're all about giving you that authentic Irish pub experience: just good food, good drinks, and great times.
This restaurant is known for its delicious seafood dishes. It was named "The Best New Restaurant" in 2008 by Bon Appetit Magazine, and it has also been featured in Southern Living, Esquire, and more. The menu changes daily based on what's fresh and seasonal, but you can expect to find dishes like duck breast with apricot-coriander glaze or pan-seared scallops with sunchokes and caramelized fennel. If you're looking for vegetarian options, you can't go wrong with their sweet potato gnocchi.