Say Goodbye to Property Damage Caused by Flooding
Flooding in your home or commercial establishment is an emergency that needs urgent action. At FloodExpress, we quickly respond to your service calls and deliver thorough water cleanup and property damage repair solutions all the time.
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Who We Are
Based in Loganville, Georgia, FloodExpress is a premier flood cleanup and water damage repair company dedicated to providing exceptional customer service. We prioritize delivering unparalleled workmanship on every job.
About Our Team
Our certified technicians are experts in cleaning the aftermath of plumbing incidents and natural disasters, as well as restoring damages caused by these instances. They are also equipped with the tools to dry your spaces back to pre-loss conditions completely.
Why Choose Us
We don’t offer crazy fees, money-down requirements, and upfront charges since we know that money doesn’t grow on trees.
Our team understands that your situation needs immediate cleanup and remediation to prevent further, more expensive costs. Because of this, our professionals strive to arrive on site within 45 minutes.
We pay attention to the details of every cleanup and restoration project. From start to finish, we carefully monitor the level of water damage, possibilities of mold growth, and potential health issues to help customers prevent them.
Our company works alongside your insurance provider to ensure the successful payment coverage of your flood cleanup or property damage restoration projects.
What To Do During Freezing Temperatures in Southern Climates?
Water damage from frozen pipes that burst can be a major problem for homeowners in southern states. Maybe it is even a bigger problem there than in the colder north.
Home builders in the south often do not consider the threat of freezing weather and, thus, place water pipes in vulnerable locations.
In addition, houses built on slab foundations, which is common in the south, frequently have water pipes running through the attic, an especially vulnerable location.
By contrast, home builders in the north know freezing is a threat, and they usually do not place water pipes in unheated portions of a building or outside of insulated areas.
Southern homeowners should be aware that pipes in attics, crawl spaces, and outside walls are all subject to freezing and bursting. If these pipes don’t have insulation or heat to protect them, a strong overnight freeze can cause trouble.
Homeowners in the south also need to be alert to the damages of freezing and bursting water pipes when the outdoor temperature threatens to drop to 20 degrees F.
Although 20 degrees F is well below the freezing temperature of the water, two factors make this the critical outdoor temperature.
One of these factors is that the temperature of an unheated portion of a house is almost always at least a few degrees above the outdoor temperature. For example, an insulated attic may be at 37 degrees or 38 degrees.
Are Frozen Pipes Covered by Insurance?
In general, water damage from a burst pipe will be covered by standard homeowners and commercial insurance policies. But remember, not all insurance policies are alike.
Each property owner should take the time to check for coverage either by calling their agent or reading their specific policy.
Does Homeowners Insurance Cover Water Damage?
Most standard homeowners’ policies provide protection from water damage if the cause is sudden and accidental.
According to the Insurance Information Institute, you'll likely be protected if, for instance, your drywall is drenched after your water heater ruptures or an upstairs pipe bursts and water saturates the ceiling below.
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For outstanding 24/7 flood cleanup and property damage restoration services, feel free to contact us today. We will gladly help you with your specific needs.