During flooding, water levels rise fast and can pose a serious threat to your house, your belongings and your family.
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In the past, we've revealed the four essential steps to keeping your house dry when showers strike. But what happens to your home when serious flooding occurs and you're forced to evacuate?
We suggest you follow the six precautionary steps below to protect your valuables and minimize damage to your home.
These tips will keep your home as safe as possible in the event of a flood. But remember to also follow all the necessary steps to ensure your family's safety; if there is a flood warning on TV, follow the broadcasted instructions, evacuate your home and--in the case of a flash flood--immediately seek higher ground.
If you're not sure that your home can stand up to a flood, call Michael & Son and we can help make sure your home doesn’t end up full of water.