SERVPRO Can Provide Multiple Flood-Related Services to Our New Haven Customers
Tree Removal and Extraction after New Haven Flooding
Powerful storms are enough to reach New Haven and down powerlines, uproot trees from the soil, and send circulating debris to cause even more damage to area homes. Properties here are also susceptible to flooding, especially in the lower-lying regions. Those that have structural concerns on account of roof damage or falling trees can also be in a vulnerable position to combat the often hazardous conditions of floods.
Fallen trees can cause significant damage to a house, but even more pressing is the flood damage in New Haven properties that can follow. Through roof destruction to broken windows and missing siding, a tree can destroy portions of your home’s exterior. These vulnerabilities become penetration points for the heavy rainfall. The priority of our SERVPRO team when they first arrive at the damaged address is to address structural vulnerabilities to reduce further water penetration that can amplify flood damage.
Our professionals work quickly to identify the structural concerns with the property as soon as we arrive. As much as we must get extraction and other mitigation services started, without addressing breaches in your home’s defense, you continue to leave the property vulnerable to further flooding. We have a comprehensive approach to restoration and recovery, offering both experienced and trained technicians as well as seasoned contractors in-house that can work to begin emergency construction projects as soon as our SERVPRO team first arrives. These tasks include board-ups, tarping, temporary fences, and the removal of the fallen tree if it still poses an immediate threat to your property.
Once the structural concerns have gotten addressed temporarily, our professionals can get to work on removing standing water and migrating moisture with a combination of our extraction equipment and drying tools. Our machines, like the trash pumps and portable sump pumps, provide fast and continual removal of water to the outside of your home or a designated drain point. If the floodwaters have receded, we can use vacuuming equipment to extract the residual water.
Fallen trees present multiple risks for homeowners, especially amid a storm. With the weight crashing against your house, many property owners can almost immediately need to contend with the flood effects that follow substantial breaches. Let our SERVPRO of New Haven restorers and contractors work together to make this disaster “Like it never even happened.” Give us a call today at (203) 234-1100.