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What To Do When a Rental Property Floods: Guide for Landlords + Renters

Rainbow Restoration
Publication date:
February 15, 2024
Article Summary: 

Provides guidance for landlords and tenants on how to respond effectively to flooding in a rental property. It may cover steps to take immediately after discovering the flooding, such as ensuring safety by turning off electricity and gas, evacuating if necessary, and contacting emergency services if the flooding poses a threat to health or safety. The article might also discuss the importance of documenting the damage with photographs or videos and contacting the landlord or property management company to report the incident. Additionally, it may offer advice on mitigating further damage, such as removing standing water, drying affected areas, and protecting belongings from water damage. By providing actionable steps for responding to rental property floods, the post aims to help landlords and tenants minimize damage and facilitate the restoration process.


rental property, flooding, landlord, tenant, emergency response, damage mitigation, restoration.

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Rainbow Restoration
What To Do When a Rental Property Floods: Guide for Landlords + Renters
February 15, 2024
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