Spring is well underway and summer is not far behind. Warm weather is perfect for pool season, but paired with a few well-placed cold fronts can be dangerous. You’ve already started hearing severe weather reports throughout the country. For those in the central plains, tornado season started in May. The National Severe Storms Laboratory (NSSL) says there are about 1,200 tornadoes annually in the United States, most commonly occurring during May through July in the central plains of North America, east of the Rocky Mountains and west of the Appalachian Mountains. Prime time is during the late afternoon and early evening.
Putting your home or business back together after a weather event can be a large task. Damage occurring from a tornado, flood, straight-line winds or other catastrophe requires more than just cleaning and patching, especially if water damage or fire damage is involved. Storm damage repair services are available during any severe weather situation. Immediate exterior services include emergency tarping and boarding up of your home to prevent additional damage, removal of debris outside of your property and exterior reconstruction.
Storms can leave your home or office with damp or sopping wet floors, walls and furniture. To restore the inside of your property, drying and cleaning are top priority. Consider drying and dehumidification services, deodorizing and sanitation, and mold cleanup and prevention. All interior water issues must be resolved to protect the health of your family or employees, as well as the structure of your property. The sooner you address water and structure issues, the easier the recovery process will be. Services are available 24/7, making your restoration as calm and clean as possible.