Lake Flooding in Grosse Point Shores?
Lake Levels Are Rising
According to the United States Army Corps of Engineers, Great Lakes water levels are going to continue to rise to heights similar to the lake level records set in 2019. The City of St. Clair Shores is urging Grosse Point Shores residents to take proactive measures to prevent basement and road flooding.
For property owners living next to the lake who will have some wave action, the Army Corps of Engineers recommends that you build a berm or seawall that is thirty-six inches above the current lake level. The City also suggests that residents construct adequate sandbag barriers around their property before high water occurs. SERVPRO® of St. Clair Shores has been responding to storm damage emergencies in the St. Clair Shores area for years and has the resources to respond to any size storm emergency or disaster.
Our team of highly trained technicians receive certification from the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC), and can be onsite within four hours of your call to immediately begin the cleanup and restoration process. We can also help you with the insurance paperwork and process.
Call Us Today
When you have a flood or other storm damage emergency, SERVPRO® of St. Clair Shores is Here to Help.® Call us today at 586-741-5050. We will clean and restore your storm damage in Grosse Point Shores “Like it never even happened.”
SERVPRO® of St. Clair Shores is Independently Owned and Operated.