Water Damage Restoration at Hopewell Presbyterian Church
Hurricane Ida is one of the most destructive hurricanes to make landfall in the U.S., second only to Hurricane Katrina. This storm caused widespread destruction from the southeast U.S. all the way up the east coast to New England with devastating winds and heavy rain that led to flooding. Many homes and buildings were impacted, including the Hopewell Presbyterian Church.
The Hopewell Presbyterian Church experienced severe indoor flooding as a result of Hurricane Ida.
Many areas of the church were affected by standing water including carpeted rooms and hallways, common areas, and even the nave and sanctuary of the church. When there is extensive indoor flooding, it is very important to take action immediately to limit the damage. Flood water will quickly get absorbed into porous materials like carpeting, drywall, wooden structures, and more and cause these materials to warp or rot. There is also a risk of severe structural damage and mold growth when indoor flooding occurs.
ServiceMaster by Timeless was prepared to help in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida as we arrived right away to remove the flood water and begin the drying process. Our technicians used water extraction equipment to remove the water and set up dehumidifiers throughout the church to dry the affected flooring and materials. After the drying process, we restored the damage caused by the flooding and cleaned the affected areas to ensure that the church is safe for the parishioners. Our flood cleanup services allowed the Hopewell Presbyterian Church to resume providing services for their community.
At ServiceMaster by Timeless, we provide complete commercial water damage restoration services to help businesses and other buildings like churches that have experienced severe flooding. We are trained and equipped to handle any flood damage cleanup project, no matter the extent of the damage.