Flooding In Scotland Causes Water Damage In Many Homes
- December 14, 2011
- Posted by: sajjad
- Category: Uncategorized
Recent heavy rain in Scotland caused the river banks to burst, resulting in roads being closed and train and bus services being cancelled.
The flood water brought parts of Scotland into chaos with some people being rescued from their cars and others being stuck in their homes because of the rising water. But forecasters are warning that the heavy rain could prompt more flooding.
If you have experienced water damage to your home or business property, you need to call Salmon Assessors immediately to start processing your flood insurance claims.
The west of Scotland, central belt and border areas suffered between 20mm and 47mm of rain fall in a 24 hour period. Tyndrum, in Stirlingshire, was the wettest place with 47mm of rain whilst Glasgow had 38mm. Although the skies have cleared, drivers are being cautioned to drive carefully because of high winds and the first few days after a flood are vital to making a successful water damage claim.
The Met Office has issued severe weather warnings for heavy rain in the Highlands, Strathclyde, Central, Tayside, Fife and the Lothian and Borders areas.
Salmon Assessors have dealt with thousands of claims over the past 25 years and no other firm is more qualified to help you through such a disaster.
So if your house has been affected by the Scotland floods get in touch today. The insurance company will send loss adjusters to visit you so that they can report back with their findings. But we also need to take notes of the initial findings in case the water damage claim is refused.
So call us now and we’ll send out our truly professional and thoughtful loss assessors to help you in your flood claim.