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.
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The March Madness basketball tournament is over! After all the celebrating an exciting first; or cheering up after a devastating loss (depending on the team you backed) the last thing you think about is plumbing leak water damage. But now that all the noise is over and your Bow, NH house is deathly quiet, it’s a good time to listen to your house. Do you hear dripping or leaking? Leaking from a pipe can become costly if left unmanaged. The sound of running water or a spraying sound can be signs of a leak and should be tended to as soon as possible.
It’s a situation many Litchfield, NH residents know well: You wake up, ready to start your day, only to find out that there’s flooding in your house. It could be from heavy rain or snowmelt that found its way into your basement, a pipe burst, appliance failure or roof leak. Regardless of the source of water damage, now your plans for the day are completely thrown off! While this disruption may mess with your routine, there’s no reason for the cleaning up after a flood to be as painful. Know that there are ways to confidently proceed to make sure that you get the job done right.
It’s that time of year! Winter – the time for sledding and building snowmen: Time for thawing out by the fireplace with a hot cup of tea or cocoa with marshmallows. Cozy, right? Before you get too comfortable, let’s think about something else that commonly happens in the winter – burst pipe water damage. This is certainly something the residents of Bedford, NH need to be aware of. Any extended period of time where temperatures plummet below freezing poses a burst pipe water damage threat. There are things we can do to prevent such disasters or prepare ourselves ahead of time. First we need to know the causes of pipe bursts before we can prevent them.
Mold is not very fun to deal with. It can develop if given food, moisture and time to grow. Many building materials can be susceptible to microbial growth, especially during times when there is a lot of rain or humidity. As such, it often develops in places like the attic, the basement, or near plumbing fixtures such as under the sink or by the shower. There are many different types of mold, and they impact people differently. Some can cause health issues and those concerns should be brought up with your personal physician. Even if mold is simply suspected, one should get consider testing for it, as mold can both present potential dangers to health and also to the structural integrity of the building it is found in. If mold is confirmed through testing, one should pursue a mold remediation estimate immediately to start the cleanup process.
As the deep freeze of winter sets in, it is important to keep in mind the dangers of not only water damage but also mold after flooding. It can be easy to write this off as something that happens more in the spring but property damage from water in the winter can be extremely high depending on harshness of weather patterns. Large storms, such as Nor’easters, can dump several feet of snow in New Boston and the surrounding New Hampshire communities. Power outages, ice dams and frozen pipes result in millions of dollars in property damage every year. Many people are unaware of these facts and thus don’t prepare for flooding in the winter. Add mold to the equation, and it is very easy to feel overwhelmed by the situation. This is why it is important to have a plan and a service in mind to call to take care of the problem.
When you’re a property owner, projects and remodeling tasks may seem inevitable. Kitchen tile in your home may become outdated, appliances might need to be upgraded to keep up with every day needs or perhaps the landscaping at your business has fallen flat and needs to be spruced up a bit. While projects and remodeling tasks may seem like an endless list of “to-do” items for your New Hampshire (NH) home or business, one project that may not have made the list is flood damage cleanup. The need for flooded house cleanup services can occur at any time, for a multitude of reasons, and can result in costly damages and repairs. Is your home or business ready in the event of an unexpected flood? For one NH resident, a flooded garage was not on his home’s “to-do” list.
Home and business owners throughout New Hampshire (NH) can fall victim to water damage at any time. It is often the result of broken or burst pipes, appliance failure, clogged gutters, sewer backup or a roof leak. When water disasters strike a home or business, it can leave uncertainty and frustration in its wake, as owners are trying to decipher what caused the issue and how to remediate it. If water damage claims your home or business, don’t stress while searching through dozens of water restoration companies. Eliminate your stress or worry now by contacting the professionals at Soil-Away. Soil Away Cleaning and Restoration Services has over 25 years of water damage restoration experience and holds master certifications from the IICRC. If your home or business experiences a water disaster, it is essential to know what to look for in a water removal company.
Spring is officially upon us here in Hudson, New Hampshire (NH). Temperatures are on the rise and greenery is slowing filling-in the uncomfortable view to your neighbor’s house. With warmer weather also comes jam-packed schedules filled with home renovations, landscaping projects and spring cleaning plans. That leaves no room for unexpected issues -such as water damage. Water damage can occur at any time of the year. It is one of those nuisances that seem to pop-up unexpectedly, leaving costly bills and frustration in its wake.
During the winter months, home and business owners in Nashua, New Hampshire (NH) are experiencing frigid temperatures, shoveling endless piles of snow, and let’s not forget the occasional power outage that leads to eating peanut butter sandwiches and huddling around the woodstove to keep warm. With all the great, and not so great, things that this this time of year brings, what isn’t often thought of is emergency flood cleanup.