Last year a rigorous storm brought plenty of rain water to my property. The flood damage through the storm was horrible, and I had to call a specialist to get rid of it and manage mold that started to grow. I predict that heavy rain will return again this year, for ready correctly. I've taken precautions to prevent flood damage from happening to home again.
I've created my very own sand bags by replenishing sacks with sand. The sand bags will act as a primary line of defense from your excess rain by blocking it on the floor in order that it doesn't always have an opportunity to get into my property. If your sand bags fail, then I'm going to depend on my plan b. I've obtained a large wet vacuum to suck the water whether or not this reaches the inside of my house.
The quicker I can receive the water away from home, the less chance of damage there'll be. Time is a major take into account minimizing damage, which can be where the wet vacuum also comes in to learn by creating an edge. Since the water is sucked inside the vacuum, mold doesn't always have to be able to grow