In some areas of the country, homes are regularly damaged by storms, which means homeowners are really familiar with the restoration process. In other areas, storm damage is less common, which means knowledge about storm damage is also harder to come by. Often, it is in these areas that myths about storm damage restoration are perpetuated. Here are some of those myths. #1: Everything soft has to be thrown out.
Water can cause some of the most extensive and costly damages in your home. It can leave behind messes that not only are unpleasant and time-consuming to clean but also detrimental to your home's value. Instead of leaving your home vulnerable to plumbing leaks, floods, and other water disasters, you can take measures now to protect it. You can start by waterproofing vulnerable areas like your basement or crawlspace. Protecting against Mold and Mildew
The basement is one of the most overlooked areas in many homes, so problems often occur and go unnoticed for a long time. One common issue property owners often notice too late is basement moisture. When allowed to linger for long, basement moisture promotes property damage, compromises the foundation's integrity, attracts pests, and encourages mold growth. The only way to prevent or deal with these problems is to eliminate basement moisture through professional waterproofing.
Although I was out of town during a hurricane storm, my friends told me that my house didn't look good good. Upon my return, I found a flooded basement and an upstairs that was absolutely torn apart. I didn't know what to do, so I turned to damage contractors to put things back together. I can't tell you how happy I am that I made that choice. They carefully evaluated my home and quickly resolved the issues that I had. It was amazing to see the difference they were able to make in a short period of time. This blog will explain why damage contractors are the right people to call.