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What You Should Do After Storm Damage

What You Should Do After Storm Damage

Hurricanes, tropical storms, and tropical depressions are inevitable. They are natural phenomena that can hit the country at any time. So, the best thing that you can do is to prepare and know the steps you should take after the catastrophe. To help you, here are some...

Signs That Your Home May Be Infested With Mold

Signs That Your Home May Be Infested With Mold

The presence of mold in your home is never a good thing. It doesn’t only cause serious damage to your property, but to your health as well. People who are sensitive to molds may experience allergic reactions such as clogged noses, watery eyes, sore throat, dry cough,...

Water Damage from Kitchen Appliances

Water Damage from Kitchen Appliances

Did you know that your kitchen appliances can cause water damage in your home? Water is commonly used in the kitchen to cook and clean dishes. Although water in small amounts may not be immediately apparent, the damage that may result from prolonged exposure to water...

Common Causes of Mold Growth

Common Causes of Mold Growth

Mold can grow in many places throughout a household and can cause a variety of problems. With favorable temperatures, available oxygen, and moisture conditions, mold can grow quickly in your home. Many materials used in the construction of your home can allow for...

Holiday Decorating Safety Tips

Holiday Decorating Safety Tips

Tips for Safely Decorating for the Holidays Believe it or not, many injuries happen each year due to unsafe holiday decorating. Fortunately, however, most of these injuries can be avoided by taking safety precautions. When holiday decorations are not put up or used...

The Dangers of Water Damage

The Dangers of Water Damage

Why It's Important to Clean Up Water Damage As Soon As Possible Although a flood or leak in your home may just look like a wet surface, there are many issues that may come up when water damage occurs. Some of the damage can result in long-term implications if not...

Fall House Preparation: Winterize Your Home

Fall House Preparation: Winterize Your Home

Learn How to Winterize Your Home for the Upcoming Cold Months  As we enter the cold months, it is important to winterize your home in preparation. Doing so can save you a great deal of time, money, and discomfort with a few proactive measures.  Today, we’re going to...

Storm Surge Preparedness: What You Need to Know

Storm Surge Preparedness: What You Need to Know

What is a Storm Surge?  A natural phenomenon, storm surges cause sea levels to rise abnormally during a storm. Usually, this occurs as a result of the interactions between the ocean surface and the wind. Water is pushed toward the shore by both the storm winds and the...

Climate Oscillation Impacts on Hurricane Season

Climate Oscillation Impacts on Hurricane Season

Climate oscillation refers to interactions between the atmosphere and oceanic components that occur in cycles across different geographic regions. Examples of commonly known climate oscillations are El Niño and La Niña, which can actually influence hurricane activity....

Be Prepared for Hurricane Season

Be Prepared for Hurricane Season

Hurricane Season Preparedness Atlantic Hurricane Season has arrived. From June 1st to November 30th, hurricanes will affect communities along the east coast and the gulf regions of the United States. Hurricanes can cause severe damage to property and pose a major...

Tips for Eco Friendly Cleaning

Tips for Eco Friendly Cleaning

Tips for Eco Friendly Cleaning Springtime means the flowers are blooming, the sun is shining, and the time has come for spring cleaning. However, many chemicals in home cleaning supplies may be harmful to your health and the health of the environment. Here are some...

Springtime Safety

Springtime Safety

Springtime is here, which means the weather is getting warmer and people are starting to spend more time outdoors. Let's keep safety our first priority with these spring safety tips:   Springtime Safety when Landscaping Lawn mowers and weed whackers can be...

Effects of Indoor Mold Growth

Effects of Indoor Mold Growth

The presence of indoor mold can lead to damage to your home as well as negative health effects. What makes it so damaging? Mold can usually grow well on materials such as cardboard, ceiling tiles, wood, drywall, wallpaper, insulation, and much more in the presence of...

Tips on Preventing Frozen Pipes

Tips on Preventing Frozen Pipes

Tips on Preventing Frozen Pipes Pipe bursts are common in the winter months and can result in severe water damage. In below-freezing temperatures, the water in pipes may begin to freeze, and therefore expand. A buildup of frozen water inside of a pipe can eventually...

Keeping Your Home Safe While Traveling

Being on the road for an extended period of time is a great adventure, but it can come with a significant amount of worries. When you are leaving your home empty while you are traveling, you need some peace of mind to make sure that your home is secure and safe from...

Holiday Safety Tips to Prevent Damage in Your Home

The holiday season presents a time for joy and fellowship with loved ones. During this time of year, however, it is important to keep safety tips in mind to ensure you get the most enjoyment from this special time of year.  It's important to be vigilant when it comes...

Royal Plus has itself a Champion!

A fishing champion to be precise… Our very own Kelsey Cycyk, won 1st place in the open division of the Old Inlet Spring Surf Fishing Tournament. Along with this title, she is also the first woman to place first overall in the tournament’s history! Congratulations...

Clean Air Matters–What are you Breathing?

Clean air is something often taken for granted, but in reality it is one of the highest necessities of life. There are many substances that can contaminate air and the most commonly known are pollutants that hurt the ozone. A lesser recognized substance that creates...

Winter Flu or Winter Allergies?

BE AWARE IN THE NEW YEAR~ ‘Twas just the season to travel to loved ones (or be traveled to by loved ones), but even with all that holiday cheer, there’s always the chance of picking up an unwanted guest—AKA the winter flu. You’re suffering from sinus...

2015 Best of Kissimmee Award

Press Release Royal Plus Disaster Kleenup Receives 2015 Best of Kissimmee Award Kissimmee Award Program Honors the Achievement KISSIMMEE June 5, 2015 — Royal Plus Disaster Kleenup has been selected for 2015 Best of Kissimmee Award in the Fire & Water Damage...

December & January’s Photo Contest Winners

December’s Winner is Matt Cooper with his Rainbow over Royal Plus. January’s Winner is Donna Levin with her Before and After Shots! Congratulations 2 both of our winners!!!

Royal Plus Photo Contest for November

We’ve received a number of great photographs this month for the Photo Contest. We will definitely use a few of your pictures in our marketing materials but we can only pick one winner. This month, the honor goes to Mike Kohut for his excellent photograph. Thank you...

Royal Plus Photo Contest

We’ve started a photo contest to engage our employees and to acquire some pretty good marketing shots. This month, the honor goes to Dave Kissinger for his excellent photograph. Thank you everyone for participating, we are continuing the contest so send in your...

Top 10 costliest weather disasters of 2014…

Aon Benfield’s catastrophe-model development center Impact Forecasting reveals in its newly released Global Catastrophe Recap some more of the costliest weather events for the year to date, including major hurricanes and flooding. Several of these events that happened...

Remembering Another Devastating Hurricane – Ivan

Ten years ago “Ivan the Terrible,” as the deadly hurricane was dubbed, ripped across the Gulf Coast as the strongest storm of the 2004 season. Ten years later, Hurricane Ivan serves as a reminder that the time to prepare for the next hurricane is now. Ivan is...

Ten Years Later: Remembering Hurricane Charley

ATLANTA— Ten years ago, Hurricane Charley’s arrival on the Florida shore kicked off an unusual string of four devastating hurricanes that hit the state within seven weeks. Florida was the first state to be struck by four hurricanes in one season since Texas in 1886....

Track The Hurricanes!

Kissimmee Utility Authority (KUA) has created a map, so you can track the Tropical Storm/Hurricane paths of 2014. Unique activity to pass the time!

Hurricane Season 2014

This week was Hurricane Preparedness Week. Hurricane season begins this Sunday, June 1st. Hurricanes are among nature’s most powerful and destructive phenomena, even areas well away from the coastline can be threatened by destructive winds, tornadoes and flooding from...

Mold Remediation in Schools and Commercial Buildings

The Key to Mold Control is Moisture Control! When addressing mold problems, don’t forget to address the source of the moisture problem, or the mold problem may simply reappear! Remember to check for high humidity and condensation problems as well as actual water...

Hundreds Turn Out To Learn More About Flood Insurance Changes

BERLIN — Residents of Worcester County turned out in force last week for a special Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM) interest meeting in Berlin, resulting in an unexpected jam at the beginning of the meeting. “We have an extreme bottleneck here,” said Robin Danforth, a...

Beware of Unlicensed Contractors and Fraud

Article from The Key West Citizen by Bradenton Herald. The (recent) sting of a batch of unlicensed contractors should serve as another warning to property owners about hiring workers to improve their homes and businesses. Manatee County officials issued that alert yet...

Holiday Safety Facts and Tips

1 out of every 3 Christmas tree fires is caused by electrical problems. Make sure to inspect your lights for exposed wires and broken bulbs. DO NOT connect more than 3 strands of mini light sets together. DO NOT connect more than 50 screw-in-bulb lights (not sets,...

Turkey Dynasty

While they may have built a dynasty around duck hunting, the Robertson family also knows a thing or two about deep-frying a Thanksgiving turkey. Based on data from State Farm, more cooking fires occur on Thanksgiving than any other day of the year. The good news is...

Turkey Fryer Hazards and Safety Tips

Many turkey fryers easily tip over, spilling the hot oil from the cooking pot. If the cooking pot is overfilled with oil, the oil may spill out of the unit when the turkey is placed into the cooking pot. Oil may hit the burner or flames, causing a fire to engulf the...

The Difference Between a Hurricane, Cyclone and Typhoon

HURRICANE? CYCLONE? TYPHOON? They’re all the same, officially tropical cyclones. But they just use distinctive terms for a storm in different parts of the world. Hurricane is used in the Atlantic, Caribbean Sea, central and northeast Pacific. They are typhoons in the...

Ocean City Today’s article on the “X Zone”

“There is a fifth dimension beyond that which is known to man. It is a dimension as vast as space and as timeless as infinity. It is the middle ground between light and shadow, between science and superstition, and it lies between the pit of man’s fears and the summit...

Be Safe this Halloween

Although it’s not reported like Thanksgiving or Christmas, Halloween has its own hazards with fire. The season of candy, costumes, sights and frights, has been recorded to cause 1,000 fires a year! halloweensafetytips Click on the picture to download NFPA’s safety tip...

Welcome Home!

It’s felt like forever, I’m sure even longer for the loved ones left behind but our team is coming home! A couple of employees showed up from Colorado this afternoon and it brighten my day. Working for a smaller business where everyone knows everyone and friendships...

MEMA ROLLS OUT NEW MARYLAND PREPARES MOBILE APP

The Maryland Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) is excited to announce the release of its official Maryland Prepares mobile application. The app provides iPhone, iPad, and Android phone, and tablet users the ability to access emergency preparedness information on the...

Top and Bottom 5 Most Costly States to Make an Insurance Claim

A recent study by InsuranceQuotes.com found that filing a home insurance claim can result in a hefty rate increase in certain states but not others. The study used a hypothetical two-story, single-family home covered for $144,000 with a $500 deductible, and revealed...

Royal Plus @ OC BikeFest

Thank You for making our first 30 years a success by supporting Royal Plus, Inc., and allowing us to provide services to you, your families, and your businesses. Visit our display at the Ocean City Inlet during OC BikeFest, September 12 -15. Come see how it all started!

Worcester County Parkinson’s Support Group

As a supporter of Parkinson’s research, we would like to pass along this important information that could help many families fighting the good fight. Click image to be redirected to www.DelmarvaParkinsonsAlliance.org

BBB – Accredited Businesses in the News

Congrats! Jack Russo, an HVAC technician with Royal Plus, Inc. placed first in the Skills USA HVACR state and regional competition held in Baltimore. The competition includes a series of testing stations designed to assess skills identified by industry HVACR...

Flood Recovery

Flood Recovery

Our extraction and drying equipment allows us to pull water from the entire structure as well as the contents. This is vital in limiting the damage and can significantly reduce your loss and limit the amount of your business's downtime. We understand that loss of use...