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Commercial Property Damage After Storms

5/23/2022 (Permalink)

Image of a hurricane from space. SERVPRO Storm restoration services are available 24/7/365. Call us when you need help!

The 2022 hurricane season will be here in a few short days. Colorado State University researchers predict an above-average Atlantic season that will see at least 19 named storms of which at least 9 will reach hurricane status. The forecasters also predict that as many as four hurricanes will be a category 3 or higher storm. Our SERVPRO Franchises can be found along the most vulnerable coastal areas in New York & New England. Our team has been involved in helping to restore property damaged by every major storm in our area over the last decade. After major storms, our services were even called in to help with restoration efforts beyond our own territories in Houston, Florida & Louisiana.

What are the best way to respond to storms?

  • We respond quickly to your damages and communicate with you daily to keep you informed.
  • We offer labor-ready workers, who are ready to move quickly and work in multiple shifts (if needed). This allows us to provide the best clean-up and restorations possible.
  • We provide dehumidification and air moving equipment.
  • We can quickly and accurately provide a quotation for your reconstruction work once the restoration is complete. SERVPRO's craftsmanship guarantee ensures that we provide a skilled, experienced team of construction workers.

Please contact us whenever you require our services. Although we are available before, following and during storms, it is best to call us BEFORE in order to create your free ERP (Emergency Readiness Profile) for your commercial property. This allows us to quickly access information about your property that we deem important in the event of a hurricane.

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