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How Plumbing Companies Can Help Residents With Basement Flooding

Lots of rainfall can be both a great thing, and also a not-so-great thing. It depends on which perspective you have. While this is great for crops and other plants that need water, it’s not as great for basements. After heavy rainfall, basements can quickly become flooded with water. Fortunately, there are some ways plumbing companies can help homeowners deal with basement flooding.

Mediation and Cleanup After Floods

One thing a plumbing company can do to help residents dealing with basement flooding is offer mediation services to clear out any backed up sewers or drains. Provided they’re certified drain cleaners, plumbers can also provide hydro-jetting services to ensure no blockages are lying in wait underground. They may even be able to diagnose low areas using an electronic locater machine that pinpoints where pipes are clogged.

Once the source of flooding has been found, plumbers can provide solutions for residents to prevent basement flooding. This may be something like replacing broken pipes, or it may be helping to figure out if the slope of the house is causing more flooding to occur.

Temporary Solutions Plumbing Companies Can Provide

When all else fails, plumbing companies may even be able to help by providing temporary pumps that remove water from flooded basements until permanent repairs can be made.

Homeowners Can Help Avoid Flooding, Too

There are a few quick things that homeowners can also do to avoid basement flooding. First, there is keeping the gutters clean. Second, there are repairs homeowners can make to any crack they see in their basement walls. These two steps can go a long way towards avoiding a flood in the first place.

No matter what services are needed, it’s important that residents act quickly before further damage occurs. Plumbers only have a short amount of time before damage from floods begins to take place. If you want to make sure that your basement avoids as much damage as possible, then you need to get help as soon as you notice a problem.

To find out more, reach out to us here at Elk Grove Village Sewer & Plumbing today. We will do anything and everything we can to help your basement stay dry and avoid any issues with flooding.

 

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