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Health Dangers of Water Damage

Last updated 3 years ago

In the aftermath of a natural disaster like last year’s Hurricane Sandy, many New Jersey homeowners found their homes flooded, their belongings covered by up to several feet of water. But it doesn’t take a large-scale storm to flood your home and cause water damage—a storm drain backup during heavy rains or a sewer line failure can also cause flooding.

Water damage poses a threat to more than just your property. Soaked carpets and drywall can become breeding grounds for mold and bacteria, and if the water that has entered your home is sewage, there are number of diseases that it can spread. If the damage is severe, you may need to demolish entire sections of drywall and rip up the flooring to dispose of it safely.

In such cases of extreme water damage, it is convenient to rent a dumpster that you can place outside your home. This provides you with a place to put all the waterlogged materials you remove from your home. Go to RentDumpsters.com to book your container, or call us at (201) 258-3699. All you have to do is fill the container—we will bring it to you and haul it away to properly, responsibly dispose of the waste when you are done. 

 

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