What to do if your house floods

After a series of storms like East County residents are facing now, many homeowners have to deal with flood damage. According to the Federal Emergency Management Agency, just one inch of water in a house can cost more than $25,000 in damage. The Better Business Bureau urges homeowners to take care when choosing businesses and contractors to help with the clean-up work.

What to do when your house is flooded

This is how navigate the recovery and restoration process:

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