Maryland Flood Cleanup

The last two days of April brought record breaking rain to the metro DC area, which brought one of the rainiest months on record to a  close. Recorded rainfall at BWI airport on Wednesday April 30th was over 3 inches and was almost 4 inches at Dulles airport. The two day long downpour, falling on the already soaked earth caused a number of problems in the area. Roads closures due to flooding and even collapsing happened around the region, as well as flooding in both homes and businesses.

Now that the sun is shining and the ground is drying out, it is time to cleanup the damage that was done. If your basement or your business saw water damage, don’t wait to clean up. Get the damaged items and moisture out of the space as soon as you can. The first step is to pump out any standing water that is still in your basement or home. Next, concenrate on determining what items can be saved and what have to be thrown out. You should consider renting a dumpster for this task, especially if your basement was carpeted. You will need to rip up the carpet and throw it out.  A dumpster will make cleanup quicker and take away the hassle of having to make trips to the dump. Furniture will need to be thoroughly examined and kept on a case by case bases. If you do need to throw it out, just rent a larger dumpster. They come in a variety of sizes to meet your needs no matter the size of the cleanup. Remember, not to take chances with anything that could grow mold. Finally, you need to dry out the space to ensure there is no mold growth in your house. This is one of the biggest dangers when water enters your home. If you have more questions on clean up, give us a call. We are here to help.

Jones Falls flooding devastates Meadow Mill businesses

Businesses along the Jones Falls in the Woodberry neighborhood are used to the Jones Falls surging onto roads and parking lots after rainstorms, but Wednesday’s flooding wasn’t normal. At Nepenthe Homebrew in Meadow Mill, owners watched the floodwaters seep into their business, rising from a …

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Record Rainfall Floods D.C.-Baltimore Region

WASHINGTON (WNEW/AP) — Record-breaking rainfall overflowed creeks and streams, causing flooding throughout the Baltimore-Washington region. The National Weather Service says Dulles International and Reagan National airports broke 2005 rainfall records on Wednesday. (TM and Copyright 2014 CBS …


11 photos of the Baltimore street collapse and flooding caused by heavy rain

A sinkhole has swept away cars and covered CSX tracks near 26th and Charles streets. The sidewalk along 26th Street caves in just before the cars, sidewalk and retaining wall, seen at far left, collapse into the ravine. Emergency crews congregate along 26th Street between Charles and St. Paul …

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Washington area awash in flooding woes

Rain that has been pounding the Washington area for days reached a crescendo Wednesday, producing flooding that forced emergency responders into action evacuating neighborhoods, rescuing drivers from stranded cars and closing roadways. Several major roads remained closed Thursday morning, …

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