Tips for Standing Water in Boulder
Did you know that flood water can take up to eleven days to disappear in Boulder? A flood doesn’t end just because the storm ends. All of the standing water still has to be dealt with or it can lead to all kinds of water damage.
SERVPRO of Greater Boulder suggests that if you have to evacuate your office to not go back until you have been told it is safe.
Be careful driving in Boulder. Remember to “Go around. Don’t Drown!” The water may still be too deep for safe travel.
Floods are not natural swimming pools
- Sewage, debris, and other unpleasant things can be in the storm water leftovers
- Swimming, wading, or rafting can make you sick
- Don’t drink the water
- Water conducts electricity. Underground power lines can give you a dangerous shock
Flood waters and animals in Boulder:
- Snakes and other animals may get into your building. Wear work boots and heavy gloves when you clean up
- Some animals might find your office a cozy place to live
- If tap water is unsafe for you to drink, it is unsafe for your pets