Paragon Enterprises

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About Paragon Enterprises

Paragon Restoration, LLC offers a variety of disaster relief solutions, including water removal, sewage extraction, mold removal and flood water damage cleaning. Additionally, we have experience with fire and smoke cleanup along with trauma and hoarding cleanup. We are strategically located in Southern Nevada helping customers in Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, Henderson, Pahrump and all other Southern Nevada communities with their post-disaster cleaning, repair and restoration needs.

With over 20 years of experience in the disaster restoration industry, we are capable of handling your emergency in a prompt and professional matter. Our #1 job is to have your home or business back to normal as fast as possible.

We have excellent references from large property management companies to individual home owners. We work closely with insurance companies and disaster agencies and we can bill them directly. We get the job done correctly the first time and we take pride in leaving the property in a better condition that includes trash removal and arrangement of large appliances in preparation for any incoming flooring specialists.

Paragon Enterprises strives to provide residential homeowners, commercial property owners, property managers, and real estate investors a one-stop service for water damage and other restoration services. We are licensed and bonded in Nevada and service all of southern Nevada including Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, Green Valley/Henderson, Sunrise Mountain, Boulder City, Jean, Nellis , Pahrump, and Mountain Springs

Relax – It’s safe and clean. Paragon cleans up the most delicate and complex projects, carefully and thoroughly. Our trained technicians follow current guidelines to properly test and safely remove mold and asbestos contaminations and bio-hazards. In addition, we’re well versed in performing additional removals for biological, staph, norovirus and methamphetamine contamination.

CALL US today for your no-charge estimate! Relax, it’s safe and clean now…

Phone:  702-419-6991
NV Lic: #NV20151722419

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MOLD AND WATER DAMAGE Know How To Protect Your Home

Every home has certain areas that are prone to mold that if not inspected, could cause serious structural damage or even health issues to the homeowners. A common misconception is that since we live in a very dry climate,how could mold grow? The environment inside of your home is controlled by your HVAC system and does not introduce outside air. Therefore, any kind of moisture has potential to turn to mold if not detected. Plumbing leaks from a refrigerator ice/water maker line or dishwasher may go undetected for days, sometimes weeks.

The photos shown in this article are from a homeowner in the Summerlin area where their dishwasher had leaked and water pooled onto the cement slab. The height of the tile floor caused the water to pool under the cabinetry and remain undetected until some baseboard was removed from the island area and mold was observed. Unfortunately, the homeowner’s insurance company denied the claim due to long term damage – because of the presence of mold.

Since most homeowner’s insurance carriers offer limited or no coverage for mold, homeowner’s must be more proactive when dealing with any sort of plumbing leak or water damage. It is recommended any time there is a water leak, the area should be inspected by a restoration professional to evaluate the ssue and determine the appropriate course of action. This inspection should be conducted immediately and prior to contacting your insurance carrier, as the estimatefor repair may be close or below your deductible. A professional restoration company will skillfully remove impacted materials while preserving salvageable structural materials.

For a free water damage and mold inspection for your home, you may contact Don Hines at Paragon Restoration at 702-419-6991. He has been in the restoration industry for 20 years. You may also visit the website at Lic. #NV20151722419

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