Nearly 50 Saskatchewan Communities Request Provincial Disaster Assistance

Nearly 50 Saskatchewan Communities Request Provincial Disaster Assistance
On Wednesday, May 8th, it was reported that 48 Saskatchewan communities are now dealing with spring flooding issues. Luckily, the province’s Provincial Disaster Assistance Program (PDAP) is available to assist those affected.
Got Mold? has published many articles dealing with flooding to help individuals get prepared. The inherent problem with flooding is that mold will begin within 24 to 48 hours. Aside from the structural damage that mold will do to your property, it is also important to understand the health concerns mold causes. The links below provide useful information.
FLOODING, MOLD, and STRUCTURAL ISSUES
Structural Issues Caused By Mold (Video Footage)
What Should I Do If My Home is Flooded?
How To Prevent Mold in Your Basement!
Are You Prepared For Flooding?
Water…Necessary For ALL Life, Including Mold!
Flood Alert: Key Action Steps & Information!
Mold Emerges As Problem From Flooding
What Impact Will High Household Humidity Have?
Mold, Not Just a Health Problem, But a Structural One Too!
PDAP
In addition, we have written extensively about the PDAP program.
Have You Considered PDAP?
Attention Saskatchewan Residents: PDAP Can Help!
Guidelines For Private PDAP Claims
Speed Up Your Provincial Disaster Assistance Program (PDAP) Claim!
INSURANCE and MOLD REMEDIATION GUIDELINES
If you seek the assistance of a disaster recovery business, these links provide useful information as well.
Mold Remediation Regulations: Good For the Industry…Best For the Consumer
Does Your Insurance Cover You For Mold?
What Happens During a Mold Inspection?
What to Expect From a Mold Inspection
The Importance of Spring Mold Inspection
How Much Should Mold Remediation Cost?