Tropical Storm Isaias lives up to the hype in eastern Pennsylvania, bringing torrential rains that have flooded the area. A new severe weather warning has taken its place from 12: 30 pm ET and expires at 1145 am ET. The storm that triggered the warning is moving out of the area and has passed the original warning area, so it no longer poses a threat to any area of Pennsylvania. It expires at 6.30 p.m. CET and will not cause significant damage to property in the region.
The storm that triggered the warning has weakened to a severe level and no longer poses an immediate threat to life or property. The severe weather warning for the eastern part of the state and parts of central Pennsylvania expires at 7: 45 pm ET.
The following scene shows some of the flooding that has occurred in Bethlehem to date, as well as the damage to property. Other videos taken in the Main and waterway areas also show the devastation caused by the raging floods.
The flooding occurred because of the heavy rains left by Hurricane Diane, and the property damage was particularly severe. Lehigh Valley County has a history of water damage resulting from this, as well as the severity of the flooding, particularly in Bethlehem.
Second, high water pressure leads to leaky taps and running toilets, driving up water bills and causing sewers and flood damage. Some houses with water pipes, which make a pop sound when the fountains are opened and closed, have problems with high water pressure.
Another symptom is water that penetrates through cracks in the concrete floor of the basement and leaks out in several places. Melting snow and other precipitation can seep into the basement and crawl into the room if there is insufficient sealing, causing water damage to the floor, walls, ceilings and even the walls of the house.
If you feel that your family is in an unsafe situation or have any questions, please call us at 1-888-743-5555 or contact us directly. We will work with you to ensure that you have a safe, dry and mould-free home when we contact you today.
Many things need to be considered, which cost the homeowner a professional repair of a water damage, and each company can vary greatly in its offers. Contact us today to make an appointment with your local Basement Systems dealer or contact an experienced heating engineer in your area. We can provide you with an estimate for the installation of a new heating system. Property owners should choose one of the 210 roofing companies working in the Bethlehem area for their roof repairs, or choose to work with us.
Aftercare and restoration are available 24 hours a day to respond quickly to water damage to residential and commercial buildings in the Bethlehem area. SERVPRO Easton, Bethlehem and Whitehall will take care of the clean-up and restoration work, whether it is residential or commercial. Rainbow International relies on the expertise and expertise of our team of experienced water repair professionals.
Our water damage repair team is IIKRC certified and equipped with the latest water extraction tools in the industry. We use powerful pumps and vacuum units to remove hundreds of thousands of liters per property to prevent secondary water damage and mould formation.
If you have problems with your water heater, arrange a free in-home consultation with us to have your system inspected by one of our Allentown plumbers. We carry out basic sanitary inspections and make recommendations based on hardwater problems, as well as provide free water tests for the houses.
Better still, call a water damage specialist and have our claims adjusters describe the damage to you, and we will bill your insurance directly. A close employee can handle any water size - damage remediation for you, or better still: call us and call our insurance company.
As a specialist for water damage, we have advanced training that enables you to let your property dry out quickly and thoroughly. Our technicians, skilled professionals based in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, have extensive experience in drying, remediation and water damage remediation.
We cover all investment properties in the Lehigh Valley, including Allentown, Bethlehem and Easton. We currently manage more than 1,000 acres of land in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania and surrounding communities in the High Valley.
Our responsive water damage service team has the skills and experience needed to quickly prevent and repair damage to homes and businesses. ICRC - certified technicians are available 24 hours a day to respond quickly to wetlands, and our experts will be on site to assess water damage and get started as quickly as possible to effectively prevent further damage to your home or office. SERVPRO in Clarion and Jefferson Forest counties is locally owned and operated by local businesses, so we are ready to help our residents and business owners with any water or flood disaster.