Every season in New Hampshire brings weather challenges. Spring rains can cause flooding. In the summer, thunderstorms appear out of nowhere, at times leaving us without power. Fall is the time for hurricanes. Winters bring nor’easters burying us in snow and knocking down trees. No matter what time of year it is, we are not really completely safe from Mother Nature’s wrath. We can’t stop Mother Nature, but there are precautions we can take and ways to stay safe during violent storms such as a hurricane or a nor’easter.
Archive for October, 2018
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A family in Epping, NH had their furnace severely malfunction. The oil furnace puff back left soot and smoke all over their basement. Devastated that the damage might be permanent and spread throughout their house, the family sought immediate help to clear the smoke and soot.
After being exposed to heat, smoke, and the chemicals used by firefighters to put out the fire not everything should be salvaged. The items that you toss should include food, medicines, cosmetics and burned clothing.
A flood in your home or business is never a good thing, but the damage that the water can do to your electronics can be irreparable. The best way to protect your electronics from water damage in the future is by taking some proactive steps now.
A landlord heads down to his basement to find that there are small pools of water under a dripping pipe. The damage is minor from what it appears. The landlord dries the wet areas with a fan and checks the pipes for a possible leakage. He patches up the areas on the pipe where dripping occurs without noticing any major issues. The landlord is uncertain if he truly has a leakage and believes a “quick fix” is all that is needed to fix the pipe and water damage.
A homeowner in Merrimack, NH experienced soot damage from an oil furnace puff back. The homeowner is devastated that soot has been dispersed throughout his home, leaving smoke and black stains that will linger for months and ruin his belongings. The homeowner immediately called Soil-Away Cleaning and Restoration Services, looking for advice on how to clean up the soot damage.
A small office building in Hollis, NH seeks water damage mitigation after experiencing water damage from pipes bursting in their storage room. Knowing that water damage restoration is far more effective when property owners take fast action to reduce the amount of water damage and prevent additional damage and cost, the business owner in Hollis, NH called Soil-Away Cleaning and Restoration Services, a local firm based in nearby Hooksett that has trained damage restoration professionals and a long-standing reputation for excellence.