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Storm Flooding Cleanup vs. Other Flooding Damage

9/17/2019 (Permalink)

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Flood cleanup can be a serious task even for smaller incidents. If water finds its way into your home, you not only have to worry about the integrity of the structure, but you must also consider carpet and hardwood flooring, electronics, documents, furniture and personal items. Depending on the type of flooding, the cleanup effort will require different steps and equipment.

Why Call the Pros

A professional flood cleanup and restoration company should be your first line of defense to take care of flood damage. This isn't a duty you should handle alone or rely solely on friends or neighbors. Professional crews offer many advantages, including:

  • Experience handling floods of all sizes and types
  • The most advanced equipment
  • Years of training
  • Proven cleanup methods and safe practices

Storm Flooding

If water gets into your Miami, FL, home during and after a major storm, the consequences could be hazardous. Often, massive storms will overwhelm an area's drainage system, which could then back up the sewage. This may introduce black water into your home. This is considered Category 3 water damage. It contains harmful materials such as human waste and other hazardous items. Contact with it could cause severe illness or even death. Cleaning Category 3 damage after a storm requires intervention from a certified cleanup team. The crew will not only remove all water from your home but will also thoroughly sanitize if, making it safe once again.

Pipe Burst

Broken pipes and other plumbing issues are also frequent culprits of residential flooding. Though this can also cause damage, there's not the same level of concern because this is a Category 1 situation. This means the water will not contain lethal materials. Still, you should call, a restoration company to remove the water. These teams have the right tools to completely extract the water and dry the area.
Flooding is always a concern, no matter how it starts. It's important to recognize the source of a flood so you can be aware of the danger level.

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