How Can a January Thaw in February Affect My Dane County, WI Property?
A “January Thaw”, defined as two or more consecutive days with maximum temperatures above 32 degrees F., can cause sudden flooding in your home or office. Our recent sub-zero temperatures here in Dane County, WI, will be replaced by temps in the thirties and forties. Anytime there is a warm-up or thaw, you get an expansion of water pipes, so the next 24 hours after that pipes start to break. The resulting water damage can be extensive.
SERVPRO of Dane County West has the experience, expertise, and resources to remediate damage caused by winter weather.
Have Water Damage, Flood Damage, or Fire Damage? Call SERVPRO of Dane County West Today at (608) 497-3331