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.
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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.
Employees returned to their office in Merrimack, NH, Monday morning to find that the kitchen area was flooded. Water had been left running over the weekend, which caused the flooding. Upon further inspection, the sink was clogged. Due to an employee’s negligence, the office building had water damage, which became an immediate concern for the employees who came into the office Monday morning ready to work. In a state of panic, the staff sought immediate water cleanup restoration.
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.
During the early months of the year there are many things to prepare for when it comes to your residential or commercial facility. The start to a new year is timely for Milford, New Hampshire property owners to reevaluate their plans in the event of a property disaster. One thing that it’s important to check for and prepare to deal with is flooding, which can be even more difficult to deal with in the cold weather. In a cleanup flooded house situation it is easy to feel overwhelmed, especially if you have not dealt with similar circumstances before. As such, having a plan for how to respond to a water damage emergency can take away much of the stress and enable you to get the damage cleaned up before it can get worse.
It’s that time of year here in here in New Hampshire (NH) when the temperatures are low, and the heat is turned up high. Frozen ponds give way to mid-day ice hockey matches, and Sunday afternoons are filled with seasonal sports and get-togethers. Here in the Granite State, many home and business owners may forget that not only do the chilly winter months bring-forth frosty air, but also frozen pipes. Keeping a simple “to-do” list of seasonal tasks can assist home and business owners during the busy holiday season and aid in the prevention of an unexpected pipe burst or winter issue. Keep family and friends your priority this holiday season, not the need for cleaning flooded buildings.