A family in Rye, NH has survived through a rigorous hurricane, but had to endure flooding in their basement, fallen trees in their yard, and flying debris pelting against their roof and shingles. Now that the storm is over, the family comes together, but faces the shock of the storm damage. The devastating question they ask themselves is how will they live under the roof of a damaged home? They will need to seek out a storm damage restoration service.
What is a property disaster emergency? Most property disasters in Pembroke, New Hampshire are related to water or fire damage. This could be a burst pipe, ice dam, cooking fire or something else related to flood, soot or smoke damage. Regardless of the source of the damage, these are all considered emergency disaster cleanup situations and should be handled with the help of property restoration professionals. Soil-Away Cleaning and Restoration has been helping families and businesses in Pembroke recover from property disaster since 1990. This article explains the basics around how a premier emergency disaster cleanup company operates and how you as the client should be treated.
For many homeowners just the words “Hurricane Season” can send them into a panic, and understandably so. In recent years we have seen, and many have experienced, the damage that a hurricane or powerful storm can do to a home. However, there are some steps you can take to protect your home during this tumultuous season.
It’s now the peak of the summer. But don’t let the sun’s warm rays deceive you, your home is still at a significant risk of water intrusion during the summer months. To help you prevent water damage in your Concord home, our water damage repair team takes a look at five sources of summer water damage, in this latest post.
Professional Manchester Water Damage Repairs Versus DIY Techniques
Now that spring is upon us, rainy days are going to be a lot more common. For some areas, rain and floods might have already caused problems due to El Niño and with the change in seasons, water damage problems could get even worse. Our Manchester water damage repair experts at Soil Away examine the differences between professional and DIY water damage repair techniques in our blog below.
Three Signs Your Home Requires Professional Water Damage Repair Services
Whether you’re about to buy a new home or are considering selling your property in the near future, the ability to detect the signs of water damage within a property can help you save a considerable amount of money. By alerting professional water damage repair services specialists to the problem quickly, property owners across Nashua, Manchester and Concord can ensure their home is safe for the future. Within this post, we’ll highlight three signs your home requires professional water damage repair services.
This winter’s harsh weather is causing a lot of property damage around New Hampshire (NH) and Massachusetts (MA). Water damage is one of the leading causes of property damage during the winter months. Costly water damage is typically the result of frozen pipes or ice dams. This article focuses on how to prevent water damage caused from ice dams.
Soil-Away founder, Jack Solloway, and director of client services, Josh Solloway, were recently featured guests on the Girard at Large Radio Show in Manchester, NH. The topic on hand was “Home Safety Tips for Winter.” The 20 minute interview highlighted steps that homeowners should take to evade costly property damage due to water, fire, and smoke issues.
“The colder winter months are typically when the majority of property damage occurs in New Hampshire,” states Jack. “We want to help people prevent water, fire, and smoke damage if possible. Many of the disasters we cleanup are can be avoided
According to the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) the official Atlantic hurricane season runs from June 1st to November 30th. Approximately 78% of the peak tropical activity occurs in August, September, and October. Knowing what volatile and destructive weather is potentially ahead, it would be wise to strategize and implement a game plan to deal with potential disasters. The goal of New Hampshire and Massachusetts residents should be to