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Storm Damage for Beginners: What You Need to Know

6/14/2019 (Permalink)

Facing storm damage can be an overwhelming experience. No one wants to consider the possibility that their home might experience water damage, hail damage, or even ice damage. Unfortunately, many homeowners will experience hurricane damage, water damage, or hail damage that will require storm remediation. A home restoration or water restoration company can perform storm remediation. SERVPRO of Bradley County has a storm team dedicated to assist those that need home repair following a particularly bad storm that leads to ice damage, hail damage, water damage, and wind damage. 

Flood water can also happen due to frozen pipes in your home. Frozen pipes typically occur during the cold winter months. Frozen pipes may be something you don't even notice until they burst and you find ground water in your home. If you suspect frozen pipes have burst, make sure you get a water restoration company out as quickly as possible to use a flood pump and repair your frozen pipes.

Unfortunately, flooding is one of the most challenging problems since it requires a flood pump. A flood pump is something your professional remediation expert can help you with. Whether you experience river flooding or ordinary flooding, ground water should be avoided and a flood pump can help. A flood pump will remove standing ground water in your home as a result of river flooding or flooding caused by other factors.

Remember that flooding can occur for a variety of reasons and can even be caused by hurricane damage. Hurricane damage can lead to broken windows that enable flood water to get in your home. Flood water can be treated by a professional who will help you to restore your house. Click here for more information on storm damage restoration. 

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