Lombard Sewer Backup And Water Damage!
Q: Why should you choose 2nd Chance Water Restoration for your Lombard water damage needs?
A: Cleaning sewage, mold and water damage in St. Charles, Illinois is the speciality of 2nd Chance Water Restoration. We offer sewage damage cleanup in Chicago 24-7 every day of the year. We can get a water damage service pro to your home, business, or property with in the hour whether you are in Chicago, Lombard, Villa Park, Naperville, Aurora, St. Charles or any of the other local surrounding areas.
Call the sewage, mold, and water damage cleanup pros at 2nd Chance Water Restoration for your water damage service needs at 630-546-2239 today in Lombard, Illinois!
Our water and sewage damage restoration cleaning pros have the experience, training, equipment and the desire to help you in your time of need! We are a local family owned and operated water damage restoration company with the goal of building upon and earning our stellar reputation with every water, sewage, and mold job that we do in Lombard, Illinois!
Call 630-546-2239 for immediate professional help with your water, sewage, or mold damage needs in Lombard, Illinois !
Most common issues that lead to water damage in Lombard, Illinois include:
1.) sewage backups
2.) broken pipes
3.) broken or old sump pumps and injector pumps
6.) foundation cracks
7.) over filled tubs and sinks
8.) power outages
10.) frozen pipes
11.) flushing of feminine products, or baby wipes
12.) faulty appliances
Call 630-546-2239 for immediate professional help with your water, sewage, or mold damage needs in Lombard Illinois !
Some of the best ways to avoid water, sewage, or mold damage in your home, business, or property include:
1.) regular maintenance on your plumbing and roof
2.) replacing your sump pump every 2-4 years
3.) do not buy the cheap sump pumps
4.) rodding your drains and sewer pipe every year, or so depending on your conditions
5.) avoid flushing baby wipes, paper towels, and feminine products
6.) check your windows, door jams, and foundations for signs of water damage frequently
7.) regularly inspect gutters, down spouts, and window wells to make sure there is no blockage and proper draining
Call 630-546-2239 for immediate professional help with your water, sewage, or mold damage needs in Lombard, Illinois!
frequently asked questions, facts, and other things about water damage in Lombard, Illinois that you should know:
1.) The average water damage restoration job in Lombard,Illinois costs in excess of $1,000.00.
2.) Plumbing supply line system failures are one of the leading causes of water damage in Lombard, Illinois.
3.) Sewer backups in Lombard, Illinois tend to happen to everyone with a basement especially those on the corner of the block and those with a lot of things on the do not flush list regularly going down the drains.
4.) Older homes tend to have more water damage issues especially with shower pans and drains going bad due to time and the use of harsh cleaning supplies.
5.) Water heaters tend break within the first fifteen years and the chances of a water heater failing increases dramatically after 5 years.
6.) Homes over 30 years of age are way more likely to have failure or issues with their sewer drains and plumbing supply lines.
7.) How fast you attend to water damage has a direct impact on how much damage can be averted.
8.) sewage backup and other water damage expenses go up in finished basements.
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Over 42,000 people live in Lombard, Illinois and hundreds of them have used 2nd Chance Water Restoration to fix their water damage and mold issues.
Lombard’s Maple Street Chapel, built in 1870, served as the village’s first town hall and library.
Originally part of Potawatomi Indian lands, the Lombard area was first settled by Americans of European descent in the 1830s. Lombard shares its early history with Glen Ellyn. Brothers Ralph and Morgan Babcock settled in a grove of trees along the DuPage River. In what was known as Babcock’s Grove, Lombard developed to the east and Glen Ellyn to the west. In 1837, Babcock’s Grove was connected to Chicago by a stagecoach line which stopped at Stacy’s Tavern at Geneva and St. Charles Roads. Fertile land, the DuPage River, and plentiful timber drew farmers to the area.
Sheldon and Harriet Peck moved from Onondaga, New York, to this area in 1837 to farm 80 acres (320,000 m2) of land. In addition, Peck was an artist and primitive portrait painter who traveled to clients across northeastern Illinois. The Peck house also served as the area’s first school and has been restored by the Lombard Historical Society. In 2011, the Peck House was inducted into the National Park Service’s Network to Freedom—a list of verified Underground Railroad locations.
The 1848 arrival of the Galena and Chicago Union Railroad provided local farmers and merchants rail access to Chicago, and commercial buildings soon sprang up around the train station. Lombard was officially incorporated in 1869, named after Chicago banker and real estate developer Josia Lewis Lombard.
On April 6, 1891, Ellen Martin led a group of women to the voting place at the general store. She demanded that the three male election judges allow the women to vote. The judges were so surprised that one of them had a “spasm,” one leaned against the wall for support, and the other fell backwards into a barrel of flour! They did not want to let the women vote, so a county judge was asked to decide. He agreed that the women were right. Ellen Martin then became the first woman in Illinois to vote. In 1916 Illinois women could vote in national elections, but the 19th Amendment (the Women’s Suffrage Amendment) was not passed until 1920.
Little Orphan Annie House Edit
William LeRoy built a home in the Italianate style on Lombard’s Main Street in 1881. LeRoy specialized in making artificial limbs for civil war veterans and lived in this house until 1900. The house would eventually become the home of Harold Gray’s parents and the studio of Harold Gray, the originator of Little Orphan Annie cartoon strip. Harold Gray used the home’s study to work on the Annie cartoons, and some features of the house are drawn into some of his cartoons, such as the grand staircase and the outer deck. Later, he remarried and moved to the east coast. Harold Gray was a charter member of Lombard Masonic Lodge #1098, A.F. & A.M. in 1923.
In 1927 the estate of Colonel William Plum, a local resident, was bequeathed to the village. The Plum property included his home, which became the village library, and a large garden containing 200 varieties of lilac bushes. The garden became a public park (Lilacia Park).
Since 1930, Lombard has hosted an annual Lilac Festival and parade in May. “Lilac Time in Lombard,” is a 16-day festival ending in mid-May. It starts with the Lilac Queen coronation and her court. Many lilac themed events take place, including concerts, a Mothers’ Day Brunch, an arts and crafts fair, and tours of the park. The grand finale is Lombard’s Lilac Festival Parade. The first Lilac Princess in 1930 was Adeline Fleege, whose later married name was Gerzan.
There are over 500 businesses in Lombard, Illinois and they all should know who to call, when they need true water damage service pros to help them out: 2nd Chance Water Restoration at 630-546-2239!!
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