Flood damage is different from monsoon season flooding. Water caused flood damage by water flow from an overflowing river or lake, which typically occurs in the summer. The water could have come from a man-made reservoir, which was overflowing with excessive water. The water will slowly leak into the surrounding areas until it is removed.
Monsoon season flooding is usually caused by a sudden increase in temperature and ground freezing. This can cause huge problems, especially if the water comes to the surface and freezes on the sidewalks, gutters, and roads leading to the home. When this happens, a lot of damage can occur from the frozen water that usually results in broken windows, cracked foundations and other types of damage often associated with a large amount of water damage.
In cases of monsoon season flooding, the water may cause more structural damage to the structure of the home. Many times it can be caused by being left without water for a long period of time, and if the home has a basement, it may cause even more structural damage to the structure due to the pressure and weight of all the the water that is in the basement. It can also be caused by water leaking from the outside, but it is not uncommon to see water from within the structure. The problem with flooding is that sometimes damage can not be fixed and has to be replaced. Flood damage can sometimes cause homeowners to need additional funds to repair their homes.
If you have monsoon season flooding or water damage contact our team at Rocky Mountain Restoration for help