Ponyboy Posted December 10, 2009 Report Share Posted December 10, 2009 A sprinkler pipe burst in my mother's condominium building across the hall from her on Tuesday night. A lot of water went from the second floor to the lower garage. I went over yesterday and water had entered her unit soaking the carpet pad, carpet in about 12 inches and the lower six inches of sheetrock along one wall. A restoration company is at the building running dehumidifiers and fans, but no repair work has begun as of today. I have seen a lot of restoration companies just dry stuff out and leave it in the building. I think any wet pad, carpet or sheetrock should be removed. This building is home to many seniors with health problems. I need some help with any regulations for flood damage repair or proper repairs to prevent mold growth? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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