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Safety Tips until the FIX Team arrives…

Until The FIX Team arrives, these safety tips will keep your family safe, minimize the damage to your property as well as personal items of value.

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Water imageHome Emergency Tips — Water

What can I do until help arrives?
When a flood strikes, lives are suddenly turned around. Often, the hardest part is, knowing what to do first, and who to contact.
Next, after any water damage situation, your primary focus should be safety first.
That is why the FIX Professional Team concentrates on creating a plan that can be presented in the same day we arrive on the site.

  • Would it be safe to be in my house ?
  • Are there any electrical problems that my pose an issue?
  • Are there things I could be doing to safely assist?
  • Is my home completely flooded?
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What To Do After A FLOOD

  • Check to see if it there is any structural damage before you enter you home or business.
  • Check to see if there is any potential electrical issues that might pose a threat. Any questions call and electrician.
  • Protect the wooden legs of your furniture by propping the legs up or rapping plastic bags underneath them.
  • Prevent mold by removing wet contents such as rugs and linens immediately.
  • Remove art objects to a safe dry place.
  • Make a list of damages or lost items and include where possible include the receipts for insurance recovery.
  • Remove loose items from floors. Remember wet is heavy.

What NOT To Do After A FLOOD

  • Don’t leave valuable items such as books, magazines rugs, furs, or other colored items on wet carpet or floors.
  • Remember, make sure your electrical is switched off before moving or removing any electronics items.
  • Don’t use a regular vacuum cleaner to remove water from your floors or rugs.
  • Don’t turn on ceiling fixtures if your ceiling is wet.
  • Don’t walk into rooms where there is sagging ceilings or electrical fixtures.
  • Don’t wait or guess! Call in the Professionals!
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