Disaster Pros Deploys Additional Resources To Boulder Colorado To Assist With Flood Cleanup

 

Dateline Harrison Township, Michigan – September 14, 2013

The disaster response team from Disaster Pros have sent dozens of restoration teams to the Boulder and Denver Colorado area over the past forty eight hours to help property owners who have been impacted by historical flooding conditions in the region.  Restoration team members have driven in from Ohio, Wisconsin and Texas to help with the catastrophic flooding conditions that have hit the area. The storm response teams have brought several semi-trailers worth of specialized equipment used to extract water and dry out properties.  The cleanup teams have been working extensively in Boulder, Denver and Longmont assisting with basement flood damage cleaning, water extraction and drying of numerous commercial and industrial properties. The potential for additional rain over the next few days and closed roadways are providing additional challenges for residents in the area.

Disaster Pros has extensive experience with repairing commercial properties that have been impacted by flooding, both from storms and other unforeseen disasters. Using specialized desiccant drying systems, the company can quickly dry down large commercial properties over 100,000 square feet in size to help prevent the potential for mold or other lingering moisture issues which often occur following a flood when a structure is not properly dried and sanitized.

Disaster Pros is a division of the National Restoration Network,  one of the country’s largest restoration contractor networks, with offices and affiliate members in over twenty states. The company has extensive experience in helping restore communities following storms, hurricanes and other unforeseen catastrophes. The company offers 24 hour emergency services and coordinates all customers through their national dispatch center to ensure a timely response.

 

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