Church Underwater After Bomb Cyclone Storm
A well-attended church in Ipswich, MA found their sanctuary underwater after a "100 Year Storm" referred to as a "BombCyclone" hit the east coast in the winter of 2018.
A pipe burst, sending 10,000 gallons (plus) of water throughout many rooms and levels of the church. SERVPRO of Haverhill/Newburyport was called in after hours to to begin the mitigation process. The hope of the congregation was that Sunday services would be able to be conducted despite the event.
With a lot of manpower, hours and equipment SERVPRO of Haverhill/Newburyport was able to get the facility back to working order in time for Sunday service.
When a crisis like this hits unexpectedly, the keys to a quick resolution are having a knowledgeable team in place as well as a plan of action. You want to act quickly before you wind up with more headaches, such as mold.