Emergency Board Up Philadelphia

Property Recovery 911 was called to assist a homeowner with emergency board up service in the North East section of Philadelphia on Saturday March 14, 2015. The heavy stone facade adorning the front of the home collapsed that morning, exposing the first level of the home to the elements and providing easy access for would be intruders.
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Water Damage Restoration in Bucks County, PA

Emergency Water Removal

Property Recovery 911 was contacted by a homeowner requiring emergency water removal and water damage restoration in the Bucks county borough of Newtown. Resulting from a frozen and ruptured water supply line in the mud room. Water spilled through the floor, causing the vinyl tile to loose adequate adhesion and flooding the basement below.

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Basement Flood in Delaware County, PA

Timely Water Damage Restoration

Property Recovery 911 was contacted by a homeowner for a basement flood cleanup Lansdowne borough of Delaware County, PA. Initially the job was awarded to a competitor who failed to arrive at the agreed upon time and date, which is an inexcusable discourtesy that our customers will not suffer when putting their trust and wellbeing in our hands. Water damage restoration is a time sensitive endeavor, prompt service is essential to reducing the progressive effects of water exposure, which can wick up walls, travel under base boards, penetrate floor coverings, infiltrate sub-floors and damage adjacent rooms. If left unchecked over 48 hours, microbial growth can ensue threatening the interior environment and the health of those within.
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Water Mitigation in Chester County, PA

Extended record breaking cold temperatures during February, 2015 resulted in an epidemic of water supply lines freezing and bursting in homes and commercial buildings across the region. For much of February and into March, Property Recovery 911 crews worked long hours on emergency water mitigation jobs in Philadelphia and the surrounding suburbs. We acquired additional equipment and added staff in order to keep pace with the onslaught of flood restoration projects that we were awarded during this period.
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