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Summer Flooding

6/1/2018 (Permalink)

Summer embodies perfect weather with long sunny days, yet it also includes thunderstorms and heavy rains. Nothing is worse than coming home from a long vacation and having water damage in your household. Water damage is one of the most common filed insurance claims. In order to avoid water damage after a relaxing vacation, here are a few tips and tricks to help protect your home.

Have Someone Check on Your Home While You Are Gone

It is a good idea to have someone check on your house when you leave for vacation because they can stop any leaks before it turns into a big problem. If flooding occurs, they can also warn you about the damage and have it fixed right away rather than waiting for you to come back.

If flooding does occur, there is a lot of safety risk involved in which the water can be contaminated with harmful organism that can cause different health issues. It is imperative to take the right precautions before removing water after flooding, which having an expert safely remove the contaminated water and take the right precautions to prevent future mold damage.

Prevent Future Damage

To minimize the amount of damage items, storing items at a higher level and using plastic bins can help save your belongings. It is important to always have a plan in case something unexpected happens, and being prepared with the right equipment and experts just in case the damage is out of your control.  

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