According to the National Association of Home Builders, between 1995 and 1999, 69% of remodeling activity was done on owner-occupied housing, and 31% on rental properties. Sometimes these remodeling projects come by way of a homeowner just wanting to improve their home or rental property. However, sometimes these remodel projects will come by way of a storm that leads to residential flooding.
Residential flooding is a bigger problem than ever before in the year of 2018. Thanks to intense weather changes and hard rain downfall, plenty of homeowners have to suffer the fallout of flooding. However, luckily for them, the remodeling industry is growing every single year. By 2017, the total revenue for the remodeling industry in the United States reached $83 billion, averaging an annual growth of 3%.
Storm Damage Happens Across The Globe
If you are dealing with residential flooding
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