While Maine offers beautiful landscapes and scenery, houses and commercial properties throughout York, County are susceptible to water damage from natural causes. Issues such as flooding, nor’easters, freezing temperatures and rainstorms are a real threat. The residents of these properties will look to seek out a water damage mitigation company if their home or business has been damaged.
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It’s almost winter. That means snow, ice and deep freezes. Harsh winter weather can lead to a multitude of challenges for your property. If anything can ruin your holidays, it’s a leaky roof or chimney. You certainly don’t want to spend your winter setting out pots to catch the rain or looking toward your ceiling for big water spots. It’s time to brush up on your chimney and roof leak detection techniques. It’s always easier to deal with maintenance issues now than an emergency water damage situation later.
Rain pounds hard on your rooftop of your Candia, NH home. While you go into the kitchen to grab something to eat, you notice a puddle of water and look up to see that the roof was leaking. Water damage can be a terrifying thing, catch you off guard, and can send you into a state of panic. Remaining calm is one part of the battle but what about the rest? What is a way to remove water before it applies its damaging effects, including mold? Hiring an emergency water removal company may be the answer, but let’s look at the whole scenario.
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.
Pembroke, New Hampshire (NH) residents trust Soil-Away for all their fire and water damage mitigation needs. A family business, Soil-Away’s caring team is quick to respond to disaster cleanup situations. The company’s passion is to help families and business recover from property disaster and recently they performed water damage mitigation services for a Pembroke, NH family who experienced significant damages to their home. This case study outlines the occurrence.
New Hampshire (NH) winters can be harsh. We witnessed this first hand in 2015 where record cold and snowfall pummeled the majority of the state. You know it was a tough winter when “ice dams” and “frozen pipes” become a mainstream topic of discussion around the office water cooler. Nevertheless, we hearty New Hampshire folk persevere despite the winter circumstances. With that said, we also think it wise to be a little more prepared for what may lay ahead. This article will help New Hampshire residents navigate winter water damage woes that accompany our winter storms and frigid temperatures.
Water damage is one of the leading causes of property damage insurance claims. A pipe could break. The roof may leak. There are dozens of potential sources for this problem. Regardless of how the damage occurred, it is important to hire a professional water damage restoration company to help you recover. A company that specializes in water damage restoration will be able to respond quickly to your needs. They will be able to comprehensively diagnose the situation. The company will also effectively mitigate the problem. Below is a brief summary of one of Soil-Away recent water damage restoration projects in Nashua, New Hampshire (NH).
The snow on the roofs always seemed to be accumulating. This was largely due to a record breaking winter. Countless snow storms were taking their toll on Concord, New Hampshire (NH) properties. Trees were collapsing, pipes were freezing, and ice dams were everywhere. A local senior living facility was feeling the effects. They had been battling ice dams for over a month now. Many of their resident homes on campus were inflicted with water damage from ice dams. The facilities staff was working side-by-side with Soil-Away to mitigate damage.