A Bow, NH resident woke up to find that her bathroom had been completely flooded with water. In a fit of panic, she called her insurance company and they recommended that she contact Soil-Away for her water removal services. This was her first major flood and she had no idea what to expect. Due to her retired status, she was on a fixed income and worried about being able to afford the costs. Through the support of Soil-Away and the insurance adjuster, she was assured that not only will her insurance company pay for the cost of service, but the water damage mitigation team will also take care of the situation as quickly as possible so that her life can go back to normal.
Flood damage is a horrible situation for anyone to deal with. Especially during the holiday seasons or special occasions. For a Hudson, New Hampshire woman, it was the kind of thing that could ruin her day. The Hudson resident was throwing a baby shower when she noticed a water spot in the ceiling and it was still leaking, so she rushed upstairs and uncovered a horrible site. The bathroom floor and hallway were covered in water. “How could I let this happen,” she thought to herself. She didn’t remember leaving the water running, but with all the chaos and bustle of the preparations, a mistake was bound to happen. She decided to clean the area the best that she could and call an expert team to help with flood damage mitigation. She was really unprepared to deal with the sudden disaster, but she knew the possible damage that a flood could cause so she sprang into action.
The month of April is notoriously a rainy one. The benefit of the rain will be seen in the signs of spring that are on their way; green grass, leaves sprouting on the trees and of course beautiful flowers. But first we need to ensure that we get through the spring rains, part of which means protecting your home from water damage.
Taking the following precautions can ensure that your home makes it through the rainy season with no costly water damage.
Over 60 inches of snowfall during late January and early February had the city of Manchester, New Hampshire (NH) in a bind. Snow piles rose higher and higher. Schools and business struggled to remain open. The harsh winter conditions were wreaking havoc on the entire southern NH region. Worst of all was the rampant occurrences of property damage insurance claims. The leading cause of claims was due to ice dam water damage. Hundreds of claims had been submitted by Manchester residents because of water damage from ice dams on roofs.
Natural disasters can happen at any time, at anyplace and to anyone. Mother Nature does not discriminate. Violent storms; hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, and floods can cause panic and leave you and your family completely devastated. You must prepare yourself. Floods, in particular, are very unpredictable as well as highly destructive. Floods are the most common natural disaster in the United States. They can happen at any time and even in regions that aren’t that used to rain. To survive, you must know the steps in preparing for a flood disaster
An educational facility in Concord, NH received lots of rainfall from the last storm and is in need of a water damage repair company. With students attending classes daily, the school did not have much time for repairs. Knowing that they offered 24-hour services, a representative from the school contacted Soil-Away Cleaning and Restoration Services, a local water damage repair company that was highly recommended from several businesses in the area who had previously received disaster restoration services.
Floods can occur at any time. They are a real threat in the spring as a result of melting snow from a particularly snowy winter. They can occur in the spring through autumn months from an excessive rainy season. Whatever the reason, we are not really safe from floods. While we know we should flee to higher grounds and heed evacuation warnings; we also have to return home where our houses may be, at least partially, covered in flood waters. We need to be on the alert as to how flood waters can affect your health.
A family in Londonderry, NH notices that the discoloring in their carpet has gotten considerably worse than when they had seen it just a couple days ago. Appearing an olive-green brownish color on their beige carpet, the customers had originally thought it was spilled coffee. They padded the carpet with a wet cloth to clean it, only to see it grow worse in the following days. The substance continued to spread, and the customers knew something worse was happening. It was time to contact a mold remediation specialist.
After returning home from a long, much needed vacation you open the door to your Auburn, New Hampshire home to unload your luggage. You then spread yourself out on the couch with a cool drink in hand. You take a swallow of the refreshing liquid and lift your head. That’s when you notice it; a large spot on your ceiling. Could it be that you have water damage on the ceiling? Where did it come from? Since you’ve been gone a while, it’s hard to tell whether the moisture intrusion came from a leaking plumbing line or from seepage in the roof. There’s a way to tell. If the water appears fresh, it probably comes from a plumbing leak, if it seems dirty or causes a stain on the roof; it’s a safe bet it’s from a roof leak. Repairing this problem, whether it’s caused by a broken pipe or heavy rain, is crucial to the condition of your home.
Water damage – one of the scariest phrases to property owners in Windham, NH. It’s enough to make your heart race and your stress level go up. Water damage is one of the most frequent forms of damage to occur in both residential as well as commercial properties in the Windham, NH area. Water damage can be very destructive to your home or office. It can create personal health hazards and cause costly damage to your home’s structure and furnishings. Plus it can lead to the formation of unwanted mold colonies which can not only be detrimental to your structure, it can cause serious health issues. If you find yourself a victim of water damage, you need to call a water damage restoration specialist.