Housing Restoration and Recovery Videos

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Hurricane Matthew caused devastating flooding across North Carolina. As citizens return home,  it is essential that they know how to  safely and properly begin the process of restoration. The US Department of Housing and Urban Development has produced the following videos focusing on returning home and cleaning up after a flood. These videos provide excellent suggestions for personal protection, priority setting, and healthy rebuilding after a flood.

Healthy Homes Disaster Recovery and Response Videos:

Returning to Your Flood Damaged Home

Restoring Your Home After a Natural Disaster

Addressing Mold after a Disaster

Flooded store room building with water half way up it's walls

Flooded store room building with water half way up it’s walls