Is Your Wilmington Home Prepared for Melting Snow?
Snow Melt Flooding Can Affect Multiple Wilmington Home
While many Wilmington residents might not consider the area to be prone to heavy snowfall throughout the coming winter months, there is a persistent threat of potential flooding from moderate snow mixed with heavier rains. With the winters often fluctuating between the two types of precipitation, melting snow combined with torrential rainfall can allow for flooding conditions to occur rapidly. Protecting your home is critical to avoid much costlier restoration in the future.
When you consider flood damages to your Wilmington home, many homeowners might agree that their property did not get as well constructed as they might have hoped to prevent water penetration. Many aging homes are susceptible to water penetration through blockwork foundations and crawlspaces, which can prove equally hazardous throughout a few days as minor flooding to the primary levels of the house.
Efficient extraction is critical to help preserve elements of your home that become exposed to the floodwaters. While you might get tempted to avoid the cost of professional assistance here, you should remember that runoff and flash flooding situations can bring all manners of contaminants and bacteria into the home along with the floodwaters, so removing it on your own could be hazardous.
Our SERVPRO professionals have effective equipment stocked on our Green Fleet vehicles for fast extraction and efficient drying of affected areas in your home. For substantial water loss situations where construction materials become compromised and overly damaged quickly, our licensed contractors can remove these areas individually to expedite reconstruction and build back services. Our in-house contracting abilities help us to provide comprehensive, cost-effective solutions for our customers.
Flooding can significantly damage to your home, and these problems continually worsen in the days to follow without appropriate mitigation tactics. This winter, like any, could present the possibility of snowmelt flooding throughout the region. Stay prepared with our SERVPRO of New Hanover rapid response team standing by to help. Call us anytime at (910) 762-8180.
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