Comment: Count our blessings over flood damage

Comment: Count our blessings over flood damage

Comment: Count our blessings over flood damage

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THE flooding has caused widespread problems. Roads have been affected, properties damaged and trains delayed.

Yet the situation has to be looked at in a fair light. What has happened this week is not as bad as the flooding of 2007.

And we must recognise the efforts of the Environment Agency, the fire service, council staff and other officials in preventing things from getting worse.

Anyone who has been out and about will have seen the tireless work taking place to keep the county waters at bay.

It might not have solved everything – but it could have been a lot worse.

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9:01pm Sun 12 Jan 14

actionandy says...

For those that are flooded protect your interests and check out the free overview and checklists for the British Standard PAS 64: 2013 - mitigation and recovery of water damaged buildings - code of practice.

Down load here: http://www.actiondry
.co.uk/british-stand
ards-PAS-64.htm

One your insurers call in their preferred supplier your troubles could begin, so protect your interests and ensure they work to the PAS 64 and that they can provide you with meaningful verification data that they have cleaned, dried and dealt with the air quality.
For those that are flooded protect your interests and check out the free overview and checklists for the British Standard PAS 64: 2013 - mitigation and recovery of water damaged buildings - code of practice. Down load here: http://www.actiondry .co.uk/british-stand ards-PAS-64.htm One your insurers call in their preferred supplier your troubles could begin, so protect your interests and ensure they work to the PAS 64 and that they can provide you with meaningful verification data that they have cleaned, dried and dealt with the air quality. actionandy
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