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Rain caused a flooded basement, now what!

Rain caused a flooded basement, now what!

Rain, rain, go away come again another day! Over the next few days it's expected that in the Chambersburg PA and surrounding areas are going to have some rainy days. Keep an eye on those basement for flooding and be sure to talk to your insurance to know what your covered for. If you experience a flooded basement give us a call at 717-261-0310 to see how we can help you!

Spring 2019 St Thomas Storm Damage

Spring 2019 St Thomas Storm Damage

The spring of 2019 we had a few severe storms in the area that produces high winds even a few tornadoes. This can cause little damage as to a small branch of a tree to fall or a few shingles on your roof missing. The other side is that the damage could be extensive cause your roof to blow off completely, a large tree fall on to the home or hail damage. SERVPRO of Chambersburg can cordiate all your items start to finish for you. This allows your to continue to spend time at work and with family. 

Tree falls on home during wind storm in Chambersburg PA

Tree falls on home during wind storm in Chambersburg PA

During a storm with high winds in 2013, SERVPRO responding to this home that had a large tree that struck this home.

The tree did not only cause structural damages, it allowed the heavy rain to enter the home as well.

SERVPRO, hired a tree removal professional, packed-out the home and began to dry the structure and hired sub-contractors to do the repairs.

SERVPRO of Chamberbsurg responded to flooding in Virginia

SERVPRO of Chamberbsurg responded to flooding in Virginia

In 2013 SERVPRO of Chambersburg participated with the SERVPRO Storm team when responding to a town who had a lot of flooding from heavy rains. This photos was taken a few hours after water begin to be pumped out of the basement, at the highest point it was 4' high. Believe it or not there was not stream, river that caused this just rain.

Flooding, Where to Begin?

Flooding, Where to Begin?

If you see your basement, you may ask yourself... Where do I begin?

First step SERVPRO would do, Take photos before entering the area.

Then use a submersible pump to get the water to a lower level.

Put your water proof shoes one & beginning extracting and moving the items outside to sort threw whats salvageable.

Then many more steps for the dryout.

Flood Damage

Flood Damage

This home was flooded after heavy rains over a period of time. The water was about 4 feet high at the tallest. The drywall was cut out and the belonging were removed as well.