Flood Water Mitigation

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One of the greatest threats in a severe storm is flood water entering your home but this can, fortunately, be prevented with proper flood water mitigation. If you live in a flood-prone area or you want protection against flooding when a major storm approaches, there are many steps we can take to minimize the impact of flood waters. This includes installing sandbags, waterproofing your basement, elevating your water heater and furnace, and installing check valves so rising waters don’t back up into your home’s drains.

More and more homes and shops are being threatened by the dangerous effects of flooding, which is why it’s so important to have flood water mitigation installed. Although this can be expensive, it’s priceless to communities that are within range of rising flood waters. Although rivers can be controlled, rising water can cause drastic flooding to the local area, which can damage your home or place of business. To prevent this, you can get flood water mitigation, which are levees or walls near the edge of the water to avoid costly damage to your property.

Don’t let water damage that could otherwise have been prevented come in and damage your home. If there is already damage then don’t let it get worse as standing water is actually terrible for the structure of your home. KHR is ready to handle all water damage related issues that may arise and will quickly respond to your needs and get them taken care of quickly.

If your home has already suffered damage from flood waters, we will respond quickly once the threat is over. Removing the water and drying out your home as fast as possible is essential to stopping mold and preserving your belongings. The sooner you call us, the better the chances of restoring your belongings after water damage.

KHR is professionally licensed and insured and are preferred contractors by Owens Corning and also have restoration certifications like the IICRC Water Damage Restoration Technician (WRT) and IICRC Applied Structural Drying Technician (ASD).