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The first step to any flood call, second only to personal safety, is to mitigate the damages. Nearly all homeowner insurance policies have a Mitigation Clause. (See your policy for terms.) Generally speaking, the clause states that the homeowner must act without delay and in good faith to stop, control, and minimize a loss. Once this is done, San Diego Flood Restoration can provide you with a written, comprehensive proposal. We want to be your San Diego Water Damage Restoration Service of choice.
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Alvarado Creek flooded as heavy rain poured down Sunday. This was just one of the images submitted by NBC 7 staff and users over the weekend.
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Emergency water damage cleanup services are necessary when there is a major burst pipe in the home, and your first step is calling your local flood restoration professionals. When gallons of water are pouring into your home, the need for these services are apparent. However, small leaks in piping are often overlooked here in San Diego, as this type of threat is not immediately destructive. Over time, this type of slow flood damage causes health hazards and financial loss. Regular water damage cleanup services are necessary to ensure these small issues do not cause larger problems.
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Top down or “in-place” water damage clean up is a method of drying your carpet in a quick and effective manner that will save you time and money. When the flood damage or water intrusion is not severe, we can dry your carpet without the use of the highly advanced techniques that are utilized for more work-intensive projects. In order to use our top down drying method, a few project criteria must be met.
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Fire smoke and soot restoration services include structural restoration of your home and drying services in the case of flooding through extinguishing efforts. Advanced techniques for odor removal include: Ozone Treatment, Thermal Fogging, Encapsulation, H.E.P.A Air Filtration, and more. Call now to discuss your particular needs. We are a top San Diego Fire Damage Restoration Service.
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The first step to any flood call, second only to personal safety, is to mitigate the damages. Nearly all homeowner insurance policies have a Mitigation Clause. (See your policy for terms.) Generally speaking, the clause states that the homeowner must act without delay and in good faith to stop, control, and minimize a loss. Once this is done, San Diego Flood Restoration can provide you with a written, comprehensive proposal. We want to be your San Diego Water Damage Restoration Service of choice.
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On this page you learn what types of flooding are typical in California and how do you protect yourself, your family and your home. You will also find out more about significant California floods. Finally, you'll find links to NWS offices that provide forecast and safety information for California, as well as links to our partners who play a significant role in keeping you safe.
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Winter storms in California can be deadly, causing flooding, flash floods, high coastal surf, mudslides, snow storms, and avalanches. Understanding and preparing for flooding can help you weather the storms.

NOTE: Flood Hazard Area maps for the incorporated areas of San Diego County are located at the Building or Planning Departments of individual cities within San Diego County. Maps for the incorporated and unincorporated areas of San Diego County concerning Earthquake Fault Zones; Seismic Hazard Zones and Dam Inundation Areas, as well as Flood Hazard Area maps for the unincorporated areas of San Diego County are located at:
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San Diego Flood Restoration Incorporated offers water damage clean up and restoration, fire/ smoke damage clean up and restoration, mold inspection and remediation, emergency board ups, thermal imaging home Inspection by certified technicians, and always an immediate response. We are available to assist you in your water damage and fire damage clean up needs 24/7.
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The heavy rains and floods in many areas of California this year have disrupted some community water supplies and sewerage systems. Such natural disasters often result in public concern about possible contagion from flood waters due to contamination by sewage or animal carcasses.

Studies of flood and earthquake disasters have shown that communicable disease outbreaks rarely result from such events (1). Nevertheless, there is often a public demand for emergency mass immunization, especially against typhoid fever, despite the fact that epidemic typhoid has been conspicuously absent following natural disasters in the United States (where typhoid incidence is low) and in developing countries (where typhoid is endemic). Additionally, it takes several weeks for typhoid antibodies to develop, and even then, immunization provides only moderate protection against the disease. Also, adverse vaccine reactions are common (fever, headache, malaise, swelling and pain at the injection site) and burden flood victims and relief workers with more stress. Mass tetanus immunization programs are also not indicated, as floods pose no additional risk of tetanus. Management of flood-associated wounds should include appropriate evaluation of tetanus immunity (and immunization if indicated) as at any other time.
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