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How to Remove 2 Feet of Water from a Basement

6/21/2019 (Permalink)

Basement flooded due to heavy rains.

Storm Damage in Basement

Flooding can affect every area in the United States, even Buford, GA. In fact, about 90 percent of all natural disasters in the United States are floods. If you own or operate a commercial business, it’s vital for you to know how to prepare for this disaster and what to do if suddenly you find yourself in 2 feet of water.

Have Flood Insurance

Flood insurance may not be part of your business insurance package. Be sure to contact your insurance agent to ensure that your building is protected against flood damage. This small step can help protect your business against financial ruin after a flood.

Have Equipment on Hand

Don’t wait until a flood strikes to have the right equipment to fix the problem. Be prepared to rid your building of flood water by purchasing all of the following:

  • Sump pump
  • Trash pump
  • Truck mount

Of course, these options can be costly, and insurance may not cover the price. If you are worried about purchasing this equipment, have the number of a professional clean up team ready to go, instead.

When You First See the Flood

Do not wade into the flood water in your building’s basement. It could contain black water, which is sewage backup. Instead, take photos and videos of the damage, if possible. Then, get to dry land and call your insurance provider.

Call a Crew

If you have the insurance you need, paying a professional clean-up crew to fix your flood problems is easy. Be sure to find someone who has 24/7 emergency service and can start the restoration process immediately. The longer the water sits, the worse the damage can get.

You may also check with your insurance provider to see if it has a preferred restoration provider. If so, you may choose that company, as rates may be lower and the process can be smoother than if you choose a different business.

If you experience flooding in Buford, GA don’t hesitate to call the professionals.

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