Recent Storm Damage Posts

Preventing Summer Storm Damage

8/4/2020 (Permalink)

Storms can happen in the blink of an eye with little to no warning. If you do not take the time to prepare, the aftermath of the storm can be stressful and costly. Taking the time to address key areas of your home can make a huge difference between staying high and dry or flooded with worry and damages.

Your home is your most valuable asset so don’t get swept away with the summer thunderstorms this season. Take steps now to prevent any rain showers from dampening your mood.

Stormy weather is currently in the forecast and you can use the following tips to help prevent storm damage:

  • Purchase supplies you may need if you lose power or water supply for a long period of time. Batteries, flashlights, bottled water, canned food, gas and backup generators are items you should have at all times in your house in case of emergency. Consider buying board games or a deck of playing cards for something for you and your family to do to pass the time.
  • Make sure you have the proper insurance plan in place. Check on your policy so you are familiar with what is and is not covered. It is imperative you make sure everything is current.
  • Do what you can to secure your property. Seal up any cracks or gaps around windows, doors and check your roof for any broken or loose shingles. Just to be safe, you might consider installing items such as window shutters, garage door braces and roof clips to protect your home as well. While these resources can be costly, they can ultimately save you money in the long run.
  • Take care of any trees surrounding your home. Remove any dead branches and trim back any limbs that could become a danger to your house. Overhanging limbs can scrape the roof, damage shingles or bust through windows. All of this could lead to water damage in your home. Properly maintaining your landscape is easy and can do wonders at protecting against storm damage.
  • Secure patio furniture and pick up any items such as sporting equipment or lawn items and store them properly.


Got Swept Away With The Storm?


Storms are at times unpredictable and despite precautionary measures, damage can be at times unavoidable. If you find your house damaged from a storm, you can relax knowing SERVPRO of Garden City/Hempstead has your back. Our trained professionals are available 24/7. To contact us or learn more about our services, please call 516-620-4579

What Should You Do If Your Home or Business is Damaged in a Storm?

1/24/2020 (Permalink)

Storm damage can occur at any time and can cause an immense amount of harm to your home. Heavy rains can cause flooding and powerful winds can cause roof damage and downed trees on your property. Some post-storm damage can create safety and health hazards as well, so having a strategy to deal with damage will help you to be ready to take steps immediately after the storm.

Take Safety Precautions

Heavy winds and rain can create physical hazards such as collapsed roofing materials, window damage, collapsed walls or standing water in the basement or home interior. In addition, moisture can soak into furniture, carpeting, and building materials making the perfect environment for mold growth that can cause health issues. Shut off the main gas line if you smell gas. Beware of broken glass, exposed nails, and other sharp objects on the property. Contact SERVPRO of Garden City/Hempstead to help secure your property and make it safe to use. If necessary, arrange for an alternative place for you and your family to live while your property is being restored to safe living condition.

Photograph the Damage

If it is safe to move around your property, use your cellphone or a camera to photograph the damage so that you will have a record for your insurance company. This action will ensure that you are fully compensated.

Contact Your Insurance Company

Contact your insurance agent to notify them about the damage to your home immediately. The company will send out an adjuster to determine the extent of the damage so that payment for repairs can be made.

Look Into Federal Disaster Assistance

The federal government may have declared the area affected by the storm as a disaster area that is eligible for low-cost loans to help restore your property to normal. You will be required to file documents to receive these loans.

When a storm-related disaster strikes, it may seem overwhelming, but these steps can help you to begin the process of getting your home and your life back to normal. At SERVPRO of Garden City/Hempstead, we provide 24-hour emergency disaster service. We specialize in the stabilization and restoration of homes and businesses that have suffered small or large loss from water, flood, wind, storm, fire damage, and smoke damage.

Call SERVPRO of Garden City/Hempstead for immediate assistance 24/7 - (516) 620-4579.

Preventing Summer Storm Damage

8/1/2019 (Permalink)

Summers are full of vacations, nice weather, and days off, but Long Island still gets bad weather in the summer months. Summer often brings heavy, humid conditions, followed by stormy weather. Moisture and rapidly rising warm air are the key ingredients to the 16 million thunderstorms that occur in the U.S. each year. A summer storm can clear the air and cool things off (at least for a few days), but our storms also provide intense wind, rain, hail, thunder, lightning, and the potential to destroy. Protect your home against damage from summer storms with these suggestions.

Fallen Trees

A raging summer windstorm can bring down large branches or trees. That’s a threat to your roof, garage, vehicles, power lines, and your family members. Take a walk around your property to check for dead or dying trees and broken or weak branches. Look for loosely attached limbs, rot, disease, or insect infestation. Hire a professional to trim your trees or, if necessary, remove one or more.

Power Surge

Lightning can occasionally cause a power surge. A power surge is an unusually high amount of electricity briefly surging through your home’s wiring. Power surges can ruin or damage your sensitive electronic devices and appliances like computers, digital washing machines, and televisions. To prevent damage, install surge protectors. Do remember that surge protectors are not foolproof. If the forecast for your area includes severe weather, unplug individual devices or power strips from their outlet (rather than just switching them off).

Power Outage

Prepare for the inevitable – summer storms frequently cause regional power outages that may take hours or days for the utility company to fix. To prepare, stock up on emergency lights and non-perishable, ready-to-eat food. Never use fuel-burning devices designed for outdoor use only, such as gas or kerosene grills, inside your home because they produce carbon monoxide, a gas that’s odorless, invisible, and potentially deadly.

Roof Damage

In the middle of a roaring summer thunderstorm, you want a good solid roof over your head. Summer storms can knock trees, power lines, or utility poles onto your roof, puncturing the roof or possibly causing structural damage. High winds can make small defects in your roof (like blisters, a missing shingle, or worn flashing) tear away or fail. Inspect your roofing regularly. That means at least twice a year and after any severe weather. Look for buckled, cracked, or missing shingles and other signs of wear and tear. You can inspect the roof pretty well using binoculars and keeping your feet firmly planted on the ground. If you find any damage, prompt roof repair will help keep you and your belongings dry and will help avoid the need for a more serious fix further on down the line.

Water Leaks or Floods

When rain or floodwater get into your home, you risk severe damage to furniture, appliances, and other belongings, not to mention damage to the structure of the house itself. Good preventive measures include sealing any cracks in your home’s foundation and walls, cracks next to windows and doors, and around your chimney and vent pipes. Clear dead leaves or other debris out of your gutters and downspouts, so that even a ferocious downpour will be directed away from the foundation of your home. If you have a basement, guard against flooding by setting up a sump pump.

Cold, snowy winters can wreak havoc on a roof. But please be aware that summer storms – which tend to be fast and fierce – can be as serious as the worst blizzards.

After a Storm

You should inspect your property for any damage following a storm. In particular, you should examine your roof and exterior walls for:

  • Debris and pooling water
  • Cuts and punctures in the roof membrane
  • Edge metal pulled up
  • Damaged perimeter flashing
  • Missing or damaged HVAC equipment
  • Cracks or wear on exterior walls
  • Damage to skylights, domes, or windows

For Summer Storm Damage Cleanup, call SERVPRO of Garden City/Hempstead at (516) 620-4579.

We have specialized training and experience in water damage restoration services, fire damage restoration services, mold remediation, commercial services, and natural disaster cleanup.

Are You and Your Family Prepared for Severe Weather?

5/6/2019 (Permalink)

Severe weather can happen anytime, anywhere. Being prepared to act quickly can be critical to staying safe during a weather event. In 2013, there were more than 440 weather related fatalities and nearly 2,800 injuries. Deadly weather caused more than $8 billion in property damage and many businesses affected by major disasters never reopen–especially if they do not have an emergency plan in place. Knowing your risk of severe weather, taking action and being an example are just a few steps you can take to be better prepared to save your life and assist in saving the lives of others.

KNOW YOUR RISK. The first step to becoming weather-ready is to understand the type of hazardous weather that can affect where you live and work, and how the weather could impact you, your business and your family or employees. Check the weather forecast regularly, obtain a NOAA Weather Radio, and learn about Wireless Emergency Alerts. Severe weather comes in many forms and your shelter plan should include all types of local hazards.

TAKE ACTION. Take the next step in severe weather preparedness by creating a communications plan for your home and business. Put together or purchase an emergency kit. Keep important papers and valuables in a safe place. 

BE AN EXAMPLE. Once you have taken action to prepare for severe weather, share your story with co-workers and family and friends on Facebook or Twitter. Your preparedness story will inspire others to do the same. 

Preparation is the key to making it through any size disaster. Always have a plan in place. Don’t wait until disaster strikes. 

Build an Emergency Supply Kit

Suggested items to include in basic emergency kit

  • Water (one gallon per person per day)
  • Food (non-perishable 3-day supply)
  • Manual can opener
  • Battery operated radio, preferably a NOAA Weather Radio
  • Flashlight and extra batteries
  • First aid kit
  • Whistle to signal for help
  • Clothing
  • Dust masks or bandanas
  • Plastic sheeting, garbage bags and duct tape
  • Wrench or pliers to turn off utilities
  • Hygiene items
  • Important documents; copies of insurance policies, identification and bank account information
  • Cash
  • Fire extinguisher
  • Matches in a waterproof container

Contact SERVPRO of Garden City/Hempstead for more information - (516) 620-4579.

Flood Safety

4/30/2019 (Permalink)

Flooding is as common as it is dangerous. The more you know the better! While flooding can occur anywhere, those living near bodies of water such as rivers, lakes, or oceans should take extra precautions to ensure that in the event of a flood they are well prepared.

What is a flood?

Flooding is the overflowing of water onto a space that is normally dry. Flooding can vary from only a few inches to water levels rising to the height of an entire home!  Rain, snowmelt, coastal storms, and waterway overflow can all be causes of flooding. While some floods occur over an extended period of time they can also occur quite rapidly in which case they are flash floods.

Basic Safety Tips:

  • Turn around, don’t drown!
  • Avoid traveling through flood waters
  • Stay off bridges over fast moving water
  • It only takes 6 inches of water to knock you down!
  • 12 inches of water will sweep your car away
  • Seek higher ground
  • Pay attention to flood watches
  • Have a plan in case of emergency

After a flood:

After a flood you may want to return home immediately but refrain as it is important for authorities to give the okay first. When returning home, always be sure to look out for debris and erosion on the road. Beware of standing water as it could be holding and electrical charge from down or underground power lines. It will also be a good idea to take photographs for insurance purposes.

As always, in the event that a flood occurs, rest assured that SERVPRO of Garden City/Hempstead is here to help 24/7!

Preparing for a Thunderstorm

4/23/2019 (Permalink)

Thunderstorms can be more dangerous than you think! They happen often and can cause a lot of damage to your home. Of course, there are ways to help prevent this. To prepare for a Thunderstorm, you should do the following:

  • Build an emergency kit and make a family communication plan.
  • Remove dead or rotting trees and branches that could fall and cause injury or damage.
  • Secure outdoor objects that could blow away or cause damage.
  • Get inside a home, building, or hard top automobile (not a convertible).
  • Shutter windows and secure outside doors. If shutters are not available, close window blinds, shades or curtains.
  • Unplug any electronic equipment well before the storm arrives.

Here are some facts about Thunderstorms!

  • They may occur singly, in clusters or in lines.
  • Some of the most severe occur when a single Thunderstorm affects one location for an extended time.
  • Warm, humid conditions are highly favorable for Thunderstorm development.

When a storm hits, you can count on SERVPRO of Garden City/Hempstead to tackle any job - large or small!

Call us today - (516) 620-4579!

Spring is Here! There Is No Better Time To Check Your Home For Damage Caused By Winter Wear and Tear!

4/11/2019 (Permalink)

Here are some tips for how to inspect your roof, gutters, siding and yard for potential winter property damage disasters.

Even after a mild winter, it is critical to assess your property’s exterior to make sure the cold weather hasn’t left you with water damage. It is also important to react quickly and take the necessary steps to prevent property damage from compounding, spring showers are on the horizon.

Winter weather can be hard on your residential and commercial property be sure to look for problems that frigid temperatures, snow and ice may have caused.

Winter weather can cause upwards of three and a half billion dollars of property damage in the U.S.

Winter storms are accompanied by lots of moisture – snow, freezing rain, ice, hail and wind. This can create common issues like ice dams, frozen pipes and frost heave that may cause damage to your home or business. SERVPRO of Garden City/Hempstead is always ready to respond to your property damage restoration needs quickly and we can begin the restoration process immediately. Our local disaster restoration services include an inspection and assessment of the damaged areas, water removal/water extraction, drying and dehumidification, cleaning and repairs, restoration and building as necessary. There are several common problem areas to inspect during spring for potential damage, including your roof and gutter system, foundation and yard, plumbing system and your property’s exterior. From the top down these areas could see potential damage from the worst that the winter elements can bring. 

A TOP DOWN APPROACH TO SEASONAL SPRING PROPERTY DAMAGE INSPECTION AREAS:

  • Roof and Gutter System Damage:

    The function of your roof and gutter system is to remove excess water from your property to prevent damage. High winds, hail and winter storms can tear off or destroy shingles and ice can obstruct the flow of water in gutters and downspouts, allowing water to breach the structure. Winter forces can cause obvious holes in your roof from wind or branches, but additionally less noticeable damage from hail or other debris can cause indentations and divots that overtime can lead to ice and moisture damage. Heavy buildup of ice on your roof can cause your gutters and downspouts to separate from your roofline, disrupting the flow of water and cause water intrusion and damage to the inside of your home or business. It’s a good idea to inspect your roof, gutters and downspouts each spring for visible damage, debris and that they are functioning properly.

  • Window, Door and Exterior Damage:

    Cold temperatures, snow and hail can take a toll on the structure of your property including the windows, doors and exterior of your home or business. Without proper repair, peeling paint, cracks in sealant and other damage could lead to moisture infiltration and a water damage disaster. After winter passes, damaged paint should be removed, primed, sealed and repainted. Cracks and air leaks should be sealed and repaired to prevent more devastating damage later, and missing siding should be replaced before springtime showers arrive to prevent additional water and structural damages.

  • Foundation and Other Drainage Problems:

    Another potential casualty of winter weather is your foundation and yard. Hairline cracks in the concrete of a foundation that develop naturally over time can expand, causing major structural damage over time if not properly taken care of quickly. Water can find its way into cracks, freeze and make them larger during the frigid cold months of winter. Getting your foundation repaired in the spring can help prevent more problems from developing as time goes by. The best way to avoid foundation damage is to keep moisture moving away from your foundation. Each spring check your gutters and downspouts for debris or clogs, make sure they are functioning properly, and that they drain at least 10 feet away from your home. Make sure the ground around your home is graded away from your foundation and consider adding a rain garden to your property to combat a bigger problem.

  • Plumbing Damage:

    Another vulnerable system in your home or business that could be damaged from cold winter temperatures is your plumbing. To adequately deliver water to and from your sinks, boiler, and spickets your plumbing system keeps the water forever flowing. However, during cold winter days and nights cracks and stresses can occur and eventually lead to leaks and pipe breaks that can have a damaging effect on your local commercial or residential property. Remember to survey your pipes regularly for cracks and leaks, paying closest attention to the pipes that are closest to the elements or in poorly insulated areas such as the basement or crawlspace, or outside walls and attics. Take this opportunity to add some additional insulation as a precautionary measure for the future winter weather to come.

Take a Proactive Approach:

Taking a proactive approach to property damage starts with inspecting your property for damage. First and Secondary water damage is multi-faceted and can affect almost every area of your home or business which had water or flood intrusion. If you see any signs of suspected water damage or other types of property damage including mold, smoke, biohazard, your best course of action is to contact SERVPRO of Garden City/Hempstead. We are trained and certified to handle your water restoration, mold remediation, and other cleanup and property restoration needs. We can arrive quickly perform an inspection, and get you started on the road to recovery and restoration, “Like it never even happened.” 

Call SERVPRO of Garden City/Hempstead today - (516) 620-4579!

When a Storm Hits Long Island, Call SERVPRO of Garden City/Hempstead For Your Restoration Needs!

4/11/2019 (Permalink)

SERVPRO of Garden City/Hempstead specializes in storm and flood damage restoration. Our crews are highly trained and we use specialized equipment to restore your property to its pre-storm condition.

Faster Response

Since we are locally owned and operated, we are able to respond quicker with the right resources, which is extremely important. A fast response lessens the damage, limits further damage, and reduces the restoration cost.

Resources to Handle Floods and Storms

When storms hit Long Island, we can scale our resources to handle a large storm or flooding disaster. We can access equipment and personnel from a network of 1,650 Franchises across the country and elite Disaster Recovery Teams that are strategically located throughout the United States.

Have Storm or Flood Damage? Call Us Today (516) 620-4579

What is a Superstorm?

3/8/2018 (Permalink)

When you mention Hurricane Sandy, everyone knows exactly what you are talking about. The superstorm of the century that greatly affected our local area of Long Island New York. What you may not know is what exactly makes a storm a “superstorm”. In this blog we will discuss just that.

Sandy had begun as a normal hurricane getting energy from the warm waters of the Caribbean. She then made a sharp left which pushed her to collide with a winter storm like system. The warm water crashing into the cold wintry atmosphere caused the hurricane to morph into a winter cyclone and drastically increase in size.

Winds then began to about 1000 miles across which resulted in record breaking storm surges in coastal areas and in turn, blizzard conditions to the mountains. Parking lots became small lakes as this storm progressed, leaving residents to return home after evacuation to find many of their belongings floating near their homes. Mountainous piles of sand filled the streets and cars and boats were pushed around almost effortlessly by the intense winds and extreme water levels. The results of this superstorm were nothing short of devastating.

A “superstorm” is really a general term used by meteorologists when there are so many components making up the extreme weather that it cannot be classified as just one thing, such as a hurricane or blizzard. There is actually no formal definition for this term as it still fairly new. While there may be no specific definition, the dramatic effects speak for themselves.

If another superstorm is to ever hit Long Island do not hesitate to contact us at SERVPRO of Garden City/Hempstead (516) 620-4579, as we will be prepared to help in any way possible with our crew of experienced professional technicians and our extensive collection of professional water mitigation equipment.

Hailstorms

3/8/2018 (Permalink)

We all know what hail storms are, and many of us have even been caught in them at one time or another. Here we will discuss a few aspects of hail storms and exactly how they form! First, let us define hail. Hail is a type of frozen precipitation that occurs in severe thunderstorms and can develop at any time of the year.

How Hail Forms:

During the storms, currents of air move upwards and downwards. Inside these udprafts water vapor and rain are pushed high into the cumulonimbus cloud. At a certain height, the air temperature will drop below freezing and the water will condense onto dust. The supercooled water molecules condense onto the condensation nucleus and freeze producing a tiny ice particle which serves as a center of the hailstone. As this tiny ice particle falls below the freezing line due to gravity it will collide with rain drops and other ice particles and accumulates a layer of water that turns into ice making it too heavy for the updrafts to carry so it falls to the ground. In order for a storm to produce a dime sized hail the updraft speed needs to be at least 37 mph!!! For a golfball size the speed would have to be around 56 mph!!!

Damage:

The damage that will result from a hail storm will vary depending on the size of the hail. This damage will include personal injury to both humans and animals and property damage to homes and cars as well. Every year hail storms cause approximately $1 billion in property as well as crop damage. Hailstorms can also severely damage airplanes traveling through thunder storms.  Despite the extensive damage it may cause, hail storms are actually pretty rare.

Safety:

The best way to avoid injury during a hailstorm is to seek shelter in a sturdy building as soon as the warning is issued.  If you MUST be outside during a storm such as this, be sure to protect you rhead!

Blizzard Safety

11/13/2017 (Permalink)

Here we would like to discuss some safety tips for the fast approaching winter season. If you’ve read our previous blog posts then you are already informed on how to stay safe in wet weather and how to safely keep warm in cold weather. Now let’s go over how to safely prepare for winter storms.

Stocking Up:

While nobody wants to enter the battlefield that is the super market right before  a storm, it is of the upmost importance to make sure you have a good supply of dry and canned foods as well as water. It’s also a good idea to make sure you have an emergency medical kid nearby as well as several candles and matches. It doesn’t hurt to make sure your heating system is running properly either.

Stay Inside:

Aside from being extremely cold, going outside during a blizzard can also be extremely dangerous. Very few things can justify driving or attempting to take public transportation during a storm, assuming roads are even open. If roads are still open please also keep in mind how the weather may change while you are out. The last thing you want is to find yourself snowed in someplace other than the safety of your home.

Frostbite and Hypothermia:

If you decide to go outside make sure to dress appropriately! Keep in mind even the warmest of clothing becomes ineffective if it gets damp from absorbing sweat. Those who have poor circulation are more likely to experience frostbite. Hypothermia will begin to set in if your body temperature drops below 95 degrees. Pale skin, blue nails, shivering, confusion, and dizziness are some of the symptoms. The elderly are at a higher risk.

Alcohol:

While many people add alcohol to their shopping lists when stocking up for a storm, drinking actually poses many health dangers. Alcohol is dehydrating which is problematic because people are generally less aware of their hydration in the cold weather. Your body cannot tell how cold it is. Signs of coldness such as shivering are delayed and can therefore result in the loss of more body heat.

Clearing Snow:

Once the storm has passed and it is safe to come out of hibernation, be sure to layer up accordingly before heading out to shovel your path to civilization. Stay hydrated, and take as many breaks as needed to ensure the body stays warm enough.

The result of heavy snowfall can be a various range of damages to your home. SERVPRO of Garden City/Hempstead will be readily available to help extract or dry any water that enters your home as a result of a winter storm. Any questions, give us a call 24/7!!!

Hurricane's - What to Know!

11/10/2017 (Permalink)

We here at SERVPRO of Garden City/Hempstead have had the unfortunate experience of handling storm and water damage caused by hurricanes. While the damage caused by such natural disasters to material objects is often devastating, we would like to share some tips to keep yourself and your loved one’s safe.

During:

To remain safe during a hurricane or tropical storm it is strongly encouraged that you remain indoors. Stay clear of beaches or places near bodies of water. Refrain from using candles if the power goes out as this can create a fire hazard. Instead, opt for flashlights. If possible follow the storm reports broadcasted on the TV or radio. If flooding occurs try to avoid contact as it may contain hazardous waste. Please listen to, and follow, all directions given by authorities.

The Great Outdoors:

If you find yourself outdoors when a hurricane begins, steer clear of flood water. Do not attempt to walk, swim, or even drive as it only takes a small amount of water to sweep away a vehicle. Be aware of, and avoid, areas where flooding can commonly occur. This could include underpasses, low spots, dips, and canyons as they could easily fill with water.

After the Storm:

One of the most important things is to alert your loved one’s that you are safe and sound. This can be done via accessing the Safe and Well website. If you have been ordered to evacuate do not attempt to return home until instructed by authorities. Continue to follow the storms progression as well as rainfall updates through local news or radio. Keep any animals under strict control. Always offer help to infants, elderly people, etc. if you are able.

Returning Home:

Upon returning home you may find that some repairs or clean-up is required. It is recommended you seek out a professional service to assist you as water damage could contain hazardous materials. Be sure to take pictures and contact your insurance company if need be.

If you find yourself in the wake of a devastating hurricane rest assured that SERVPRO of Garden City/Hempstead is here for you 24/7. We can arrive on the scene promptly and help with all of your mitigation needs!

Flooding Information and Safety

11/9/2017 (Permalink)

Here we discuss some information regarding flooding. Flooding is as common as it is dangerous. The more you know the better! While flooding can occur anywhere, those living near bodies of water such as rivers, lakes, or oceans should take extra precautions to ensure that in the event of a flood they are well prepared.

What is a flood?

Flooding is the overflowing of water onto a space that is normally dry. Flooding can vary from only a few inches to water levels rising to the height of an entire home!  Rain, snowmelt, costal storms, and waterway overflow can all be causes of flooding. While some floods occur over an extended period of time they can also occur quite rapidly in which case they are flash floods.

Basic Safety Tips:

  • Turn around, don’t drown!
  • Avoid traveling through flood waters
  • Stay off bridges over fast moving water
  • It only takes 6 inches of water to knock you down!
  • 12 inches of water will sweep your car away
  • Seek higher ground
  • Pay attention to flood watches
  • Have a plan in case of emergency

After a flood:

After a flood you may want to return home immediately but refrain as it is important for authorities to give the okay first. When returning home, always be sure to look out for debris and erosion on the road. Beware of standing water as it could be holding and electrical charge from down or underground power lines. It will also be a good idea to take photographs for insurance purposes. As always, in the event that a flood occurs rest assured that SERVPRO of Garden City/Hempstead is here to help 24/7!!!

When a storm or floods hit Long Island SERVPRO is ready!

10/31/2017 (Permalink)

SERVPRO ofGarden City/Hempstead specializes in storm and flood damage restoration.  Our crews are highly trained and we use specialized equipment to restore your property to its pre-storm condition.

Faster Response

Since we are locally owned and operated, we are able to respond quicker with the right resources, which is extremely important. A fast response lessens the damage, limits further damage, and reduces the restoration cost.

Resources to Handle Floods and Storms

When storms hit Long Island, we can scale our resources to handle a large storm or flooding disaster. We can access equipment and personnel from a network of 1,650 Franchises across the country and elite Disaster Recovery Teams that are strategically located throughout the United States.

Have Storm or Flood Damage? Call Us Today (516) 620-4579