Emergency crews are still hustling giant fans and bulky dehumidifiers into homes waterlogged by burst pipes two weeks after a record freeze frosted far Northern California.
a few residents are miffed by the bags
of soaked insulation, drywall and other debris hauled out of water-damaged
homes and left behind by crews rushing off
to their next job.
One of the biggest bag
piles sits on a gravel yard and leans against a stuccoed wing of the Smoke Tree
Apartments in Redding, where Servpro crews ripped out ceilings, walls and
carpet to allow buildings to dry before potentially dangerous mold developed.
Northern Cal cleanup continues two weeks after record freeze
December 26, 2009