Decorations and furnishings were reported water damaged as a result of 'secondary flooding' from the floods of 2007.
The appointed Loss Adjuster was not convinced with the surveyors report given the time since the flooding.
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An investigation by a third party doing contractor reported a long-term leak from the washing machine to the kitchen area had affected the majority of a high value stone floor slab of a high net worth client.
"Considering the nature of the works required the inconvenience to our normal living conditions was very small".
A high net worth property suffered a large scale water loss over a number of days whilst the policyholder and housekeeper were absent from the premises.
Through proactive close monitoring, the affected areas were returned to a pre-loss moisture level condition within the initial estimated drying times.
A Grade 1 listed timber-framed medical hall dating from 1320 suffered a significant escape of water from a storage tank in the loft area.
Cornerstone managed the enabling works and drying process of the restoration project. The majority of the structure was saved, being dried back to the pre-loss condition determined by control readings taken in unaffected areas of the structure.
A 1970's detached property has suffered from a damp problem to a localised area of the structure over a number of years. Prior to the appointment of Cornerstone, extensive investigations and been undertaken by a variety of professionals without resolution.
The tenants of a 1930's property within the 2007 flood area, but who were not directly flooded, reported extensive mould growth at the end of 2008.
A detailed technical assessment was made of the property utilising a variety of surveying techniques including moisture mapping, atmospheric moisture levels and thermography.