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Out of State Resources: Flood Damaged Home: Tools & Equipment

By Daniel Waldstein

Posted on: October, 16 2015

This resource is a video that reviews tools and equipment that will be needed when cleaning out and gutting a flood damaged home.

Out of State Resources: Flood Damaged Home: Where To Start

By Daniel Waldstein

Posted on: October, 16 2015

This resource is a video explaining where to start the clean up process when you're home becomes flooded.

Out of State Resources: Flooding, Excess Rain and Basement

By Tom Scherer

Posted on: October, 16 2015

This resource is a brief overview of flooding or excess rain in a basement.

Out of State Resources: Planning Ahead: Portable Generator Safety

Posted on: October, 16 2015

This resource is a video on portable generator safety.

Out of State Resources: Using a Moisture Meter Before Rebuilding

By North Dakota State University Extension

Posted on: October, 16 2015

This resource is a video on why and how to use a moisture meter before rebuilding a flooded home.

Out of State Resources: Flooded Home: Inspecting the Outside of the Structure

By North Dakota State University Extension

Posted on: October, 16 2015

This resource is a video on how to inspect the outside of the structure of a flooded home before beginning the rebuilding process.

Out of State Resources: Flooded Home: Checking Out the Mechanical Systems

By North Dakota State University Extension

Posted on: October, 16 2015

This resource is a video on how to check the mechanical systems in a flooded home before beginning the rebuilding process.

Out of State Resources: Check Flooded Buildings' Structural Soundness

By North Dakota State University Extension

Posted on: October, 16 2015

This resource is a brief, bulletpointed overview of how to check flooded buildings for structural soundness.

Out of State Resources: Flood Cleanup a Multistep Process

By North Dakota State University Extension

Posted on: October, 16 2015

This brief article reviews the flood cleanup process. It begins by reviewing what you should do before you start cleaning your home, followed by how to make sure your home is safe to work in, and finally the steps to take to clean your flooded home.

Out of State Resources: Flood-damaged Carpets, Rugs May Be Saved

By North Dakota State University Extension

Posted on: October, 16 2015

This resource reviews how to handle flood damaged carpets and rugs. It provides tips on deciding whether or not to throw out rugs or carpets that have been in contact with water. Additionally, it reviews steps for reducing musty smells in carpet.