Mitigation is the effort to reduce the loss of life and property by reducing the impact of disasters. Mitigation consists of taking action now before the next disaster to reduce the human and financial consequences afterwards (analyzing risk, reducing risk, insuring against risk). Taking action immediately after a flood occurs is critical to saving lives. Quickly implement your emergency preparedness plan by carrying out search and rescue missions.
Update your GIS maps based on where there is damage in your community. Taking mitigation measures can help protect your home from the disastrous effects of severe flood damage. There are many ways to help protect your home from flooding, from easy and affordable to complicated and expensive. Understand which of these options to apply is related to your likely flood risk.
It's every homeowner's worst nightmare. You arrive at your door tired after a long day taking the kids to school and putting out fires at work. After opening the door, you experience an unexpected rejection when you try to open it. A water mitigation technician is trained to first assess water damage from an external point of view and limit the parts of your home that they must remove to dispose of water.
As you can imagine, it is more expensive to mitigate dirty water because of the health risks involved and the saturation of walls, carpets, etc. A water mitigation company acts quickly, arriving at the site of water damage to dry things and assess the degree of water penetration on walls, ceilings, floors, etc.