Floods are devastating natural disasters. The worst part of floods is the long period of time that it takes for the water to recede so recovery can begin. Floods can kill you so you have to plan to be safe.
You have plenty of warning and time before a flood hits. You have enough time to consider moving at least some things. Packing cherished possession and antiques is realistic. You may have as much as a weeks warning so contacting long distance moving services to preserve some of your life is an option.
The most important thing to remember is that you can replace things or live without them. You cannot replace people.
Before the flood
During the flood
After the flood
Remember that all local long distance moving companies will be available to do all they can to help you recover from the flood.
Packing things yourself for the move? Do you know where to start? This moving calculator by Home Depot can help. hdmoving.com
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Sterling Van Lines will wrap all of your items securely in clean, protective pads to prevent scratches and other incidental damage before moving as part of our standard moving service at no extra cost. Packing loose items in boxes with proper protective material and securing the boxes is a paid packing service.