Cleanup after a disaster

Updated 28jan17

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Cleanup


The important stuff


Keep good records


Stay safe


Dealing with water damage


Mold


Dealing with smoke & fire damage


Other cleanup issues


Contractors


Emotional recovery




Put this list somewhere so that you can read it if something happens to your house.



See also

Disaster Readiness   During & afterwards  

This information was downloaded from http://www.FamilyReady.org