A Hampton, New Hampshire family was left distraught when their home was severely damaged after a storm. The hurricane completely destroyed the roof and most of the second story. The family needed storm damage repairs but didn’t know who to call for help. They had never been in this kind of situation before and didn’t know where to begin with the reconstruction process. After making several calls, they were referred to Soil-Away Cleaning and Restoration. Within no time, the team arrived on the scene to inspect the property for damage.
Repairing water damage during a water loss can be a headache if you try to do it yourself. It can also create a bigger disaster if it’s not done correctly. To avoid additional damage, increased cost of repair, and feelings of anxiety, it’s best to hire a professional team of experts. Repairing water damage doesn’t have to be a chore, hire a team that values top-notch quality service.
Flood damage cleanup service may be needed if a property has undergone major water damage. It’s easy to feel overwhelmed, anxious and confused during a tragedy like this, but having a team of experts behind you can turn a negative situation into a positive turnout. No matter the level of damage, Soil-Away Cleaning and Restoration has you covered.
Hurricane season, which runs from the first of June through the end of November, is well underway. In New England the peak season for hurricanes is during the month of September. From storm damage as a result of high winds to rising water levels and coastal surges, it isn’t unusual to experience property damage from hurricanes this time of year. Those living on the coasts are particularly vulnerable to damage from a hurricane. However, everyone should take some necessary precautions when one of these powerful storms is passing through.
A pastor of a small New Hampshire church was devastated when a toilet supply line broke and sent tons of water draining into the basement down below. Knowing he needed flood repair services, he quickly sprang into action and called a plumber to fix the supply line and stop the water loss before the problem grew out of hand. The plumber recommended a cleaning and restoration service that he was familiar with, and in no time, Soil-Away’s flood repair team arrived on the scene to help. The emergency crew inspected the building for damage and gave the pastor an estimate of the repair and restoration costs. The pastor was thankful to learn that the damage could be repaired quickly and the church would be ready to service the community the upcoming week.
If a fire or flood damages your business, the results can be catastrophic. Not only can much of your equipment and inventory be destroyed, the downtime for your business can be devastating. Many commercial businesses find it difficult to bounce back after a fire or water has damaged the premises. One of the biggest concerns is restoring the property and the contents quickly, so that the business can resume operations. Operating under a tight deadline is critical to ensure that customers do not go elsewhere and that you can once again open your doors for business.
Floods are the number one natural disaster in the U.S. They are highly unpredictable and can occur anywhere, any time – even in Kennebunkport ME. Wherever it rains, it can flood. If this occurs, you will need a flood damage mitigation firm on your side to restore your property.
Water damage cleanup can be a chaotic experience for business owners who aren’t prepared to deal with commercial property damage. For some, water damage can be stressful, but with Soil-Away Cleaning and Restoration Services, the job becomes less taxing. Business owners can rest assured knowing that their commercial property is in good hands. This was the case for a Biddeford, Maine resident who’s independently owned bookstore was affected by water loss when a toilet supply line busted, causing gallons of water to spill on the floors.
A country club needed major flood cleanup repairs after a large rainstorm swept through the area. The owner of the New Hampshire establishment was upset when he opened the basement door and uncovered an ankle-deep pool of water. He called a few of his friends to help him remove the valuable items from the basement to store them in a dry, safe room within the building.
A young Auburn, New Hampshire man was devastated when the toilet water supply line busted in the bathroom. The cold winter months proved to be a challenge for his home and his bathroom floor—the restroom was flooded with water. He didn’t know what to do, and he didn’t have much time, so he mopped up the floor using as many towels as he could find and headed off to work. When he came back home many hours later, the situation was much worse. The water filled the restroom, seeped through the base of the walls, and infiltrated other rooms of the home. It was evident that he should’ve taken the day off to call a flood damage restoration specialist to come out and mitigate the water damage. Now the damage was severe.