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Leave the Board ups to the PROs

4/30/2019 (Permalink)

Leave the hassle of board ups to the professionals

Have you ever been driving down a road and see those homes all boarded up; you probably think there's nothing to it right, get some plywood,  screws and you're all set. However there is actually more to it; first off let's talk about some reasons to board up your property: 

  • Before or After a Storm
  • After a Fire or other Structural Damage
  • Maybe it is Vacant or Condemned

These are some of the most common reasons, if you are boarding up your home before a storm consider thickness of plywood or having them custom cut to fit your windows so you don't drill holes into the siding of your home. If extreme storms are common in your area you might consider custom plywood screens that you can keep reusing. If it is after a storm or fire you probably just need the boards up as soon as possible to keep your home secure from vandals. 

Whether it is before or after, boarding up damaged property is a burden that no one should ever have to go through. Especially if it is your property that has been damaged. There will be so many other things that need your attention and this should not be one of them. Boarding up damaged property incorrectly could cause secondary damage like animal or moisture intrusion, making the situation worse than it already is. Plus the process of boarding up after unexpected damage can be dangerous in itself if you do not know how to do it. We here at SERVPRO of East Central Morris County can board up the damaged property, mitigate the original damage. We can provide you with the peace of mind while helping make it "Like it never even happened."

If you experience an unexpected damage to your property please give us a call:

SERVPRO of East Central Morris County

(973) 887-9100

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