The usual suspects, appliances (water heaters, refrigerators, and air conditioning units), clogged or stopped up pipes and drains and damaged roofs can cause major water damage to a business and even halt business operations.
Don’t make the mistake of assuming everything in your home will be perfect because it is new, or new to you. Issues with a home can be hidden from the average eye. It may take a closer inspection to identify these possible issues to avoid home restoration in the future.
Rental Home Storm Damage Renting a property can be a great source of income but it is important to keep in mind most places are subject to at least one kind of natural disaster (earthquake, hurricane, tornado, flood, wildfire, tsunami, drought, landslide, sinkhole, blizzard, etc.).
Tornado Season About 1,200 tornadoes touchdown in the United States every year and they can strike with little notice. Destruction and injuries can be greatly increased unless you take the proper steps to prepare yourself and your home for a tornado season disaster ahead of time.
Water damage is the second most frequently filed insurance claim in the United States. It causes $11 billion in damages annually and for those living in the metro Atlanta area, rainy season is coming, so it is important to get our homes ready.
Natural Disasters are impartial and affect everyone in their path. No one is safe. Your employees, customers, suppliers, community and competitors are all affected the same when a disaster strikes your area.
Who Can You Depend On? Finding a Disaster Restoration Company you can trust is hard, especially in the chaotic aftermath of a disaster. Your first focus is of course on the safety of your family or company employees but, quickly afterward it shifts to halting the damage, salvaging your property and protecting your hard-worked for assets. Knowing the 5 Questions to ask your restoration company can quickly help you identify a service provider who is not only equipped
Disasters are Life Altering A household disaster such fire, flood or tornado can be devastating to adults, but to children the effects can be world changing. Helping children cope with a disaster brings a new dynamic to the disaster recovery process.