Board Up in Erie, PA, Wheeling, WV, and Pittsburgh, PA
If your home is damaged by a fire, the fire department or other local authorities may recommend that you board up your home or business. We offer emergency board up service in Erie, Wheeling, and Pittsburgh to help you keep your home protected while restoration work is being done or before restoration work starts. Boarding up the remaining structure of your home can help to protect your home against the elements as well as animal or human intruders.
Why Board Up Service?
You may be surprised to find that even though your home has been damaged, it is still a target for thieves. Some of your home's fixtures and construction features, like copper pipes and wiring, can be valuable. Thieves may attempt to strip these from your home. During this vulnerable time, when you are already dealing with so much loss, the last thing you need is to be robbed. Our board up service in Wheeling, Erie, and Pittsburgh, and throughout our service area, is fast and efficient, leaving your home protected and secure.
Boarding up your home can also prevent accidents and unwelcome visitors. A burnt up house may seem like a fun place to explore to local teenagers, who do not realize the risk of being inside a home in this state without supervision. The same can apply to homeless people or squatters who simply want a roof over their heads for a night or two. Though this may seem harmless, it can create more trouble for you in the long run. Under the law, you can be held liable for any injuries these uninvited guests sustain while in your property. You can even be held liable if a robber hurts himself while trying to steal from your home! The best way to avoid these potential problems is to use a professional service to make sure your home is effectively secured.
If you need a professional service to board up your Erie, Wheeling, or Pittsburgh home, call us today. We can help you to secure your home in Pittsburgh, Youngstown, Newcastle, Erie, Franklin, and Meadville, Pennsylvania; Wheeling, East Liverpool, and Zanesville, West Virginia.