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Cleaning Up After a Flood

Cleaning Up After a Flood

Whether from a burst pipe or from a storm, a flood in your home can cause a significant amount of damage. The faster you are able to remove the water from the premises, the better the outcome for salvaging the contents, and safeguarding the structure, of your home.

It is important to use reputable service providers and safe practices when cleaning up from any type of water damage. Of primary importance is ensuring that your home’s supportive structure is safe and that moisture (and water damaged items) are completely removed. You can be sure that covering up a moisture problem will reveal itself over time and can be extremely hazardous.

A vital step in flood cleanup is disinfecting contaminated surfaces. Bleach and other disinfectant chemicals should be applied to all surfaces that have encountered moisture, or where mold and mildew has visibly spread. A pressurized sprayer will help ensure a uniform application for large areas and proper dilution of the chemicals.

Check out this helpful article from floodsafety.com on best practices for cleaning up after a flood.


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