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Originally built in 1832, the First Congregational Church of Harwich, Massachusetts suffered from water intrusion that caused damage to the interior finishes and musical equipment.  CCA was hired by the insurance company to conduct an investigation of the property damage and assess if the water intrusion was the result of a single storm event related to the remnants of Hurricane Noel.  CCA determined the origin of water infiltration to be wind driven rain entering through an open window allowing water to accumulate due to clogged drains and to penetrate additional openings and cause more damage.