While contractors are cleaning up the water damage, they will need to be in and out of your home frequently to monitor progress and move equipment around. Be sure you and your contractor are communicating frequently to ensure everyone is on the same page.
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- How to Prepare Your Home for Flooding
- Some areas of your home are more prone to flooding than others. These rooms include bathrooms, basements, roofs and attics, rooms with appliances (laundry/kitchen) and areas that have a lot of pipes running behind the walls or under floors.
- What is Ceiling Water Damage?
- Flooding vs. Water Damage
- You can minimize the amount of water damage to your belongings after a flood by moving items to a safe, dry location before professional water cleanup services arrive to help with flood restoration.
- Common signs of water damage include discoloration, changes in texture to floors, walls and ceilings and a musty odor.
- Top Five Most Common Areas That Flood in a Home
- Preventative Gardening Tips to Protect Your Yard From Flooding
- How Flooding Impacts Landscaping
- How to Care for Your Belongings if You've Experienced Flooding