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Leaky Roofs and Water Damage Restoration in West Chester, PA

Water damage to all types of buildings have many causes that can occur year-round. In the spring and summer, the risk of flooding increases with snow melt and heavy rainfall. The winter brings freezing temperatures that can burst pipes. At any time of the year, plumbing can back up, sump pumps can break, and many […]

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Cold-Weather Obstacles and Winter Water Damage Restoration in Exton, PA

As temperatures continue to fluctuate between above and below freezing, day and night, during the long winter months, your home can be at risk of cold-weather water damage from a variety of sources. The weather in southeastern Pennsylvania can be unpredictable in the winter. Atlantic coastal storms can bring sheets of ice and deep snow, […]

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Standard Homeowners’ Insurance and Water Damage Restoration in West Chester, PA

In most areas of the United States, homeowners only need to hold standard homeowners’ insurance plans to ensure protection against damages such as theft, fires, and storms. A standard homeowners’ insurance policy covers a wide range of typical damages that are expected in regions without frequent wildfires, floods, or severe storms. This typical coverage also […]

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Long-Term Effects of Flooding without Water Damage Restoration in Coatesville, PA

Since Hurricane Ida hit the east coast and Philadelphia regions about a year ago, the area is starting to see the long-term effects of flood damage. Long-term flood damage manifests in many ways, from structural to emotional. Hurricane Ida was a Category 4 Atlantic hurricane that led to several tornado outbreaks and severe flooding throughout […]

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Why Hurricane Ida Still Needs Water Damage Restoration in Downingtown, PA

It’s been just over a year since the devastating effects of Hurricane Ida and the several subsequent tornadoes that tore through Pennsylvania and the east coast. The Category 4 Atlantic hurricane had sustained wind speeds of around 150 mph. In the Northeast U.S., the hurricane triggered a tornado outbreak that impacted large parts of Pennsylvania, […]

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Undoing Effects of Spring and Early Summer Flooding with Water Damage Restoration in King of Prussia, PA

  Throughout Pennsylvania and all other New England regions, snowmelt in late winter to early spring can significantly increase levels in rivers, irrigation systems, and other waterways. That rapid rising of water levels from snowmelt paired with the common increase in precipitation from spring rains means a greater risk of flooding in communities, commercial districts, […]

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