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Subject: Loss in value due to water damage


Author:
David
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Date Posted: 03/ 3/ 06, 12:04pm

Our 1982 31ft bird was damaged when it was pumped and the driver of the pumping truck left the backwash hose on and sealed the tank back up, so that the whole thing basically flooded from the inside out. It was treated within 36 hours with a specialized de-humidifier that removed all of the moisture from the sub-floor and then all of the floor covering was replaced. Still, there is a small chance that mold may develop some day. We are trying to settle for the damages with the company that caused the accident. Does anyone know how we would figure out the loss in value because of this incident? We assume that resale value is lower than it would otherwise be, but by how much?

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Ernie Ekberg
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Date Posted: 03/ 3/ 06, 4:35pm

david, I have been working in the hurricane ravaged areas of Louisiana for a couple of months. If you don't have any water leaks, and since everything was dried out- you should be ok in regards too mold.The folks here are very concerned about mold , also. You did the correct procedure.

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