Below is a sample of some original content I wrote for the Flood Damage Cleanup New Jersey website.
Flooding & Water Damage in Burlington County: Some Common Sources Over the Years
Torrential rain like the 13 inches that fell over a 12 hour period in 2004 can cause significant flooding for communities along the Rancocas Creek.
Burlington County and Central New Jersey has seen its fair share of Nor’easters and remnants of tropical storms and hurricanes, all of which have been known to cause flash flooding throughout the county, especially in Mount Laurel, Medford, Medford Lakes, Lumberton and Southampton.
In addition to rain, heavy snow and ice can lead to significant water damage by:
- Collapsing roofs
- Forging Ice Dams and subsequent Roof Leaks
- Elevating creeks and rivers to flood levels during the spring thaw
While nature may be the leading cause of flood events and water damage, wear and tear of pipes and appliances in aging properties is also known to lead to leaks, spills, and bursts, that result in flooding of residential basements, utility closets, and more.
Water damage, the removal, and the clean up process that follows, can be very quickly done and the cost associated with it relatively low, when compared to the cost of mold remediation if the dry out is not taken care of properly.
Almost anyone can write their own content, mashing information together from multiple sources. However, content must be relevant to your business’ mission, similar to and inclusive of the keywords established for the web page, and most importantly informative to one’s target audience. In writing about the featured restoration services for Burlington County, I chose to include common sources of water-based property damage in order to distinguish our site from competitors’ sites that often list towns and services.
Services rendered: January 2011
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