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Weather Damage Restoration

Commercial and Residential Storm Damage Restoration Service

When your home or business is damaged due to rain, flooding, hail, wind, or flying debris your biggest concern is to get things back to normal. If you have experienced flooding, you need to extract the water so you can repair the damage and prevent mold from forming. If the damage is fire- or smoke-related, you need to restore the property and determine if there are any structural problems.

The Impact of Weather Damage

According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) National Center for Environmental Information (NCEI), there have been 285 weather and climate disasters in the U.S. since 1980, where damage costs have reached or exceeded $1 billion1 with a cumulative cost of over $1.875 trillion.

As a case in point, a major storm caused flooding in homes and businesses throughout Phoenix. The cost of repairing and cleaning up highways, streets, and other public works exceeded $18 million and the government approved $2.2 million in emergency loans for homeowners and businesses.

How We Can Help

When weather damage takes control of your life, we help you take it back. Our experts have the equipment and experience to handle all types and amounts of damage. These are some of the storm damage cleanup services we offer to help you get your home or business back to normal:

What to Do in Case of Weather Damage

If you have experienced catastrophic weather damage on the account of a storm or other natural disaster, here are some helpful tips to follow to get your home or business back to normal.

If you have flooding….

What You Should Do

  • Contact us immediately because mold and bacteria can start to form within hours.
  • Remove as much excess water as you can by mopping and blotting.
  • Air out or hang up wet pillows, furs, and leather items.
  • Place aluminum foil, blocks, or plastic under wood furniture to protect it from wet carpeting.
  • Remove wet rugs and floor coverings.
  • Turn on the air conditioner to dry out the air.

What You Should NOT Do

  • Try to do the cleanup work yourself. Call a water damage restoration service professional.
  • Never use your household vacuum to remove water.
  • Do not enter any room where the ceiling is sagging.
  • Never use an electrical appliance while standing on a wet floor.
  • Do not leave books, magazines, or colored items on wet carpet or floors.
  • Do NOT disturb visible mold.

If you have had a fire…

What You Should Do

  • Contact us immediately because smoke and soot exposure can cause health problems.
  • Remove any necessary items such as clothes, medications, business licenses and records, and valuables once you receive the “all clear” from emergency responders.
  • Turn off water at the valve and gas and electricity at the meter.
  • Contact local law enforcement so they can help prevent vandalism and property theft, and to avoid liability problems.
  • Contact friends, family, employees, customers, suppliers, and vendors and provide updated contact information.

What You Should NOT Do

  • Try to do the cleanup work yourself. Call a fire damage restoration service professional.
  • Do not touch anything. Touching or removing items could void your insurance coverage or lessen the amount you receive for damages.
  • Do not open fire safes until they have cooled, as contents may ignite or the safe could explode.
  • Do not enter any room where the walls or ceiling are sagging or the floor is unstable.

Cleaning up weather damage is best left to professionals. Request a rapid response and ask for storm damage restoration service so we can help you get your property back to normal.

1All cost estimates are adjusted based on the Consumer Price Index as of December 2020.

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