Dealing with Flood Damage

Although it’s not something that has to be dealt with very often, significant flood damage can have a huge impact on both residential and commercial properties and the affects can be devastating.  Flooding can be caused by a number of factors (e.g burst pipes, storms). Because severe flooding isn’t something people need to deal with very often, it can be confusing and stressful about the best course of action to take to get things back to normal.
 

One lady living in a 300 year old house in Essex suffered severe flooding after a period of heavy rainfall, the nearby river burst its bank, compounded by local drain networks not being cleaned and a small stream nearby not being maintained, her family home was flooded.
 

At Insurance Property Claims we specialise in helping clients who have suffered from flood damage.  You property will be assessed precisely and efficiently and your insurance claim composed for you. We can manage contact with your insurance company and loss adjustors.  We can also arrange specialist services to ensure cleaning and stripping out is completed to aid drying which will avoid further damage.
 

If alternative accommodation due to the level of repairs is required, we will assist you in finding suitable accommodation and agree this with your insurers for you. Get in touch with our friendly staff to find out more about how we can help you.

Contact Us

Company name: Ins Property Claims Ltd 

Registered Address: Unit 5, Woodbrook Crescent, Radford Way, Billericay, Essex CM12 0EQ

Contact details:

Email:

enquires@ins-property-claims.co.uk

Phone Number:  01277 315388

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