Flooding is a common occurrence in every town in Massachusetts ... basement flooding, a ruptured water pipe in an upper level bathroom or other forms of water intrusion can cause serious water damage in Westwood. The water level puts Westwood at a higher risk for water damage than many other cities in the state. Precipitation in Westwood often results in flooded basements because of inadequate drainage systems. Settled in 1640, Westwood is one of the oldest towns in the nation. Businesses, homes and historical sites can all be negatively impacted by water damage caused by flooding. Let PowerBees help you recover from flooding, fires or water damage in Westwood. PowerBees use heavy-duty equipment to extract or remove water from your building, regardless of whether it is commercial or residential. Mold can begin to colonize on surfaces within hours of water damage occurring, so dealing with the issue quickly is very important. PowerBees provides Emergency Service in Westwood. Call us at 1-508-276-8288 today! PowerBees handles both large losses and small losses in Westwood and will work directly with your insurance company.
ICE DAMS IN WESTWOOD When kitchens, bedrooms, bathrooms or basements are flooded in Westwood, special equipment needs to be used to extract the water. PowerBees’ professional technicians, many with over 10 years experience in water extraction and Flood Damage control, are deployed to residential properties in Westwood, often on the same day or night. Any bacteria treatments and mold removal that need to be conducted are a part of this service. Typically, water damage restoration in Westwood requires multiple visits to extract the water, remove the water damaged materials, install special drying equipment, and prevent mold from colonizing or germinating spores.
WATER DAMAGE IN WESTWOOD BASEMENTS Westwood is no stranger to water damage caused by ice dams. When the heat in a home gathers in the attic and raises the temperature on the roof, the snow on the roof begins to melt. That water can then flow down into the eaves, freeze and form a dam. As those ice dams in Westwood continue to get larger, the water will make its way up under the roof shingles and then down into the walls, attics and ceilings. When this happens, mold will start to form and could reduce your indoor air quality. Water damage from ice dams in Westwood is often a covered property insurance event.