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Recovering From The Flood

If your home was damaged by Monday’s floodwaters, resources are available. Home computer not available due to damage? Visit the Library to use the public terminals or to get print copies of the materials.

The City of Royal Oak has posted a list of tips and suggestions on how to stay safe and best clean your home after the flood.

The Red Cross has prepared a helpful guide, Repairing Your Flooded Home, about cleaning up and fixing any damage.

The U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency, which responds to disasters, has prepared a site with information about flooding. When on the site, you can get information about before, during and after a flood. Click on After for a fact sheet outlining the steps you should take in the days immediately following the disaster. The site also offers information on flood insurance and making claims.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has a helpful fact sheet called Flood Cleanup: Avoiding Indoor Air Quality Problems.

To find a fire and water restoration contractor, visit the Better Business Bureau and set up your search for Royal Oak, MI at the main screen. While at the site, check for any reviews or complaints about the vendor.

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