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blog post on Flood Damage, Mold and How to Start Rebuilding Your Home

- What Caused the Flood?  

There's a huge difference between a small appliance leak and rushing hurricane flood-waters.

- How much water sat in the home?  

Another big difference is between feet and inches of water.  

- How LONG was the water allowed to "sit" before it receded or was removed?

Sitting water leads to complete saturation of your homes' materials. Including trim, drywall, and sub-floors.

-  What kind of framing is your home made out of?  Wood, Block or Metal framing?  

If you have Wood framing, it's always best to look as deep into your homes structure as possible to ensure everything is completely free of excess moisture. 

There are a lot of different variables when it comes to flood damage inside a home. 

The extent of the damage that the water causes will depend on a few different things, like:

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to read about what documents are needed to file an insurance claim if your home has been subject to Hurricane Damage. 

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Call or email us today to set up your FREE in-home consultation, and allow us to help you rebuild your home after it's been subjected to flood-water.

Water is, without a doubt, the most powerful natural force on the planet.  It can erode a mountain creating vast caves and caverns, turn massive rocks and minerals into mere sand particles, and worst of all, do a lot of damage to any home.


to learn what to do if you discover the growth of Mold in your home, and how to prevent it from growing, after your home has experienced flooding. 

Once you're done filing what was needed with your insurance carrier, now it's time to start re-building.

Here are some of the first things you'll need to think over -

- What is your budget for re-building?

- What is the extent of the damage, and how severe is it?

-  Are you going to need a restoration company, or can you tackle the renovations yourself?

- Who is performing the Demolition of the damaged materials in your home? 

- Are you able to stay in the home while renovating? Or will you have to remain vacated during the entirety of the process?


Have you recently been affected by the hurricanes that have torn through Florida, Texas, Puerto Rico and their surrounding areas? If so, this blog post will be very helpful to you.

We understand how severe a natural disaster is. We have outlined and given key points on what to do if you have been hit by a natural disaster.

We cover what documents will be needed to file an insurance claim, what type of flood waters have flooded your home (it makes a difference), and what happens if mold starts to grow and the necessary steps to take to remedy the occurrence.