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Flood insurance coverage is easily misunderstood. Learn what will most likely be covered in the event of a flood and what won't.
On July 15th, 2017, disaster struck a skilled care center in the worst possible way. A four-inch water line broke in the ceiling of a SpiriTrust Lutheran® senior living community in the middle of the night affecting four wings and more than fifty rooms.
This water loss was a result of a refrigerator ice-maker line failure in a third floor lunchroom that occurred on the weekend. Water ran undetected for two days, affecting multiple businesses on three levels. The damage was extensive, causing disruption to the business-as-usual routine of an average Monday.
Case Study - The Hurricane Hotel: Perfect Timing
Often, a business is temporarily closed until a restoration project is completed. This is disruptive to business continuity and impacts revenue. The Eastern Lancaster County Library is a cherished community resource, and the Library Board and Director wanted to make a plan to continue serving patrons during dryout and reconstruction.
The sub-contractor for the small living room floor removal was not really impressive.
They were polite enough, but just didn't present with a professional appearance.