Last Updated: 07/08/2020
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If you have a severe flood there is a quick two-step process, turn off the mains water if you can, and call our 24/7 hotline to get that fast response so our expert's flood clean up teams can minimize the damage to your property.
Our experts within minutes of arriving will find the source, no matter if it is a broken pipe, a leaky roof, a slab leak or a flooded basement. We fix the source problem and set about removing all the standing water and begin drying your home.
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When your business is experiencing a water emergency, you want professionals performing your commercial water damage restoration. Your business is the most important thing to you, and keeping the lights on and your business open, is what our professionals know how to do.
Water Damage Restoration Specialists in Greeley Co
Professional water damage repair services and companies are certified by government or federal agencies and employ various water-removal methods, depending on the extent of areas affected and the category of water therein. Sometimes effected people themselves could do the salvage and restoration themselves. However, water damage company's specialists are considered due to their expertise and experience in similar situations and are usually found listed under Fire and Water Damage Restorers / Services in business directories.
One does not have to necessarily suffer water damage, like Miami & Florida residents of late, just because one lives in such locations, where water-damage has taken high tolls in recent times. Simple precautions and steps will help one be prepared in an exigency and keep the family safe.
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Do you have the flooded basement blues? Due to their nature, being underground structures, basements are prone to water damage. It doesn't take a river overflowing its banks or a major hurricane to flood a basement. In fact, basement flooding often occurs due to water build up in the surrounding soil. So what's a home owner to do? Prevention is always the best medicine, especially when it comes to your home. As little as an inch of water can cause thousands of dollars of damage. Even small leaks can become major disasters when mold takes over. If your basement isn't flooded now, take the necessary precautions to prevent the most common basement flooding problems. You'll save yourself a great deal of heartache (and money) later. First, if you have block walls, use a waterproof coating using the manufacturer's spread rate specifications. You may even need a second coat if water seepage continues after the first application.
Use a waterproof coating that is specifically formulated to block water passing through due to hydrostatic pressure. What is hydrostatic pressure? This is pressure caused by water in the soil which could include the water table, rain runoff flowing toward your home underground, or even your home's own gutter system. Other prevention steps include fixing leaks, ensuring proper drainage, and installing a sump pump. Leaks in the basement don't always originate down below. For example, if you have a leaking toilet above, where do you think the water is going to end up? Remember that faulty gutter system? Is rainwater draining properly or is it collecting in the soil that's pressing against your basement walls? Make sure that your home's gutters are draining properly - away from the foundation and basement. Does the ground near your home slope away from it or toward it? Ideally, the ground should slope away. If not, consider grading the soil. Sump pumps are increasingly being used as a preventative tool. In the past, sump pumps were used after flooding occurred.
Water Damage Experts in Greeley Co
After living through two basements floods and two partial basement floods, I have gained some experience and knowledge on this subject. We hope never to have to deal with this again. Then, in the last two weeks here in the Peace Country there were torrential rains, road closures, bridge washouts and many basements floods. Gratefully, the measures we took prevented our home from flooding this go round. Preferably, you want to prevent one in the first place. For some reason, they always occur at the most inconvenient time. When we had our two major floods, I had a house full of company the first time, and the second time, I had a house full of company arriving. They also seem to happen in the middle of the night when you are so tired you just want to throw up, and there you are up all night wading through mucky water.
So if this information will prevent a flood for you, trust me, it is worth your read. Key to preventing a flood is moving the water away from your house. The grade of your property should always slope away from your home. If you have to change the grade, use a clay type fill, as this will not allow the water to seep through. It will run away following the grade. If you have basements windows, I have seen contractors build a casement around them, and then build up the lawn. It is not pretty, but does the trick. This can also be expensive. If you have an older home and are prepared to upgrade your area with this type of project, you should have your weeping tile checked at the same time. This will require digging down to the bottom of the basement on the exterior walls, and ensuring that provision is made to collect water and run it to the drain.
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