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While it’s clear that the basement flood damage in Boulder from the recent storms was unprecedented in its devastation, what many across the country don’t realize is the impact it’s had on the Denver community.
Fortunately Denver escaped the rising flood waters from rivers and streams, but it do not escape the epic rainfall. Some estimates put the number of Denver basement floods at up to 20,000. Hardest hit were southern and eastern Denver county including much of Aurora, CO.
Even areas in southern Colorado experienced significant basement flooding damage. While not as hard hit as the Denver & Boulder metro area, there were a significant amount of Colorado Springs basements flooded, as well as other parts of El Paso county.
While many residents and businesses have begun the process of restoring their properties after the storm, there is still a lot of work to be done. If you live in Colorado and need help with your property, we have certified flood restoration companies available and in the area that can provide you with a free cost estimate for any services you might need done!
If you are in Colorado and attempting to remove flood debris on your own, we want to make you aware of the landfills in your area where you can safely and legally dispose of items. Below is a link to a map that the state of CO released recently: