Flood Damage

Manchester, NH

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The culprit: the plastic coupling on this toilet supply broke allowing the water to run all night
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Initial demo done for water mitigation and drying
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Wet floors
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Water in an adjacent bedroom
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Looking out of the bathroom. The floor vents and holes for plumbing in the floor prevented the entire home from flooding
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Looking into the bathroom. Wet floor
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The area around the toilet. This floor would be un-salvageable
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Wet around framing
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The crawlspace under the structure. This is where all the water went
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Had this home not had forced air HVAC with floor vents, the entire home would have been flooded
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Damage in the crawlspace. The water was able to drain into the ducts and the crawlspace
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Demo complete. This vanity would be salvaged and rebuilt
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Demo complete. The walk-in tub in the living room
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Removing the particle board bathroom subfloor
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The crawlspace stripped and remediated for mold
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Crawlspace
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Subfloors and framing sprayed with mold-inhibiting primer
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Bathroom subfloor replaced and walls insulated
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Drywall
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The adjacent bedroom
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We put a nicer, more contemporary vinyl floor down for the replacement
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Vanity. Good as new!
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Nicer, more contemporary vinyl in the entryway
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