When the biblical prophet Noah endured the divine flood in the Old Testament his property must have been subjected to extensive water damage Salt Lake City. The property in question would be what ever dwelling place he lived in. I am not sure if he and his extensive family lived in a house as we in modern times would recognize it. Certainly it was more primitive in terms of construction materials and building techniques than any house in existence in a first world country in this day and age. Nevertheless, regardless of how it was built and what it was made from the house (if we can call it that) would have most likely been completely swept away never to be seen again for no house can survive a flood of (literally) biblical proportions.
That being said, by contrast the Ark that Noah and his sons constructed was designed precisely to resist the destructive power of water. It was constructed to float atop the waters of the flood until they abated from whence they came. It is difficult to know exactly how the water removal was accomplished but if we are to believe the account as written in the Book of Genesis we can be assured that it receded leaving the Ark on solid ground atop Mount Tabor in eastern Asia Minor. Once safely beached he then released all the worlds beasts he kept two of a kind within the hold of the Ark.
At this point, although the Bible does not specifically say, it can be assumed that Noah built himself a new dwelling place. Of course in those days there was no flood insurance. Nor were their businesses that specialized in the remediation of water damage inflicted upon a house or structure. A man was in charge of the maintenance and repair of his own home and Ark.