Louisiana Flood Assistance

Louisiana Flood Assistance – Emergency Remediation Services Available Immediately

We provide expert water damage assistance due to natural or manmade disasters of any size, residential and commercial. Our cleaning and restoration services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

When water rises in your home, office or building, immediate action is vital in order to minimize damages, most not visible to the eye. When not addressed quickly, thoroughly and by experts experienced and licensed in industrial hygiene and remediation, the situation can worsen over time, drastically increasing costs to reverse the destruction un-extracted water can cause to a property.

Contact us today for an immediate response for Louisiana Flood Assistance Emergency Remediation

In order to help you salvage as much as possible, it’s urgent these factors are quickly addressed by an experienced and licensed professional team:

  • Water absorption in walls, floors, upholstery, and personal property
  • Swelling and deterioration of drywall
  • Mold, mildew and rust
  • Biohazard contamination
  • Structural safety of your property
Flooding this week near Port Vincent, Louisiana. Credit: NASA

From USAToday (click to view the full article)

BATON ROUGE, La., Aug. 19 (UPI) — The Red Cross estimates flooding in Louisiana, which has killed at least 13 people, will cost more than $30 million — calling it the worst natural disaster in the country since Hurricane Sandy.

More than 20 inches of rain fell in some parts of Louisiana in less than 24 hours last week. In one area of Livingston Parish, more than 31 inches of rain fell in 15 hours.

“Thousands of people in Louisiana have lost everything they own and need our help now,” Brad Kieserman, Red Cross vice president of disaster services operations and logistics, said. “This disaster is the worst to hit the United States since Superstorm Sandy, and we anticipate it will cost at least $30 million — a number which may grow as we learn more about the scope and magnitude of the devastation.”

At least 30,000 Louisiana residents and 1,400 pets have been rescued from flooded areas. About 40,000 homes have been damaged to some degree, Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards said.

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