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Be Proactive: Storm Protection

8/12/2022 (Permalink)

House damage after a storm Preparing for a massive storm is the key to avoid any extensive damage that will lead to major trouble

Oftentimes, when you live in the Midwest, your nose can sense a storm brewing. Preparing for a massive storm is the key to avoid any extensive damage that will lead to major trouble.

Follow along for some helpful tips in protecting you and your loved ones in whatever Mother Nature will bring.

  • To ensure everyone's safety, bring your children and pets to a sturdy shelter. It is better to be cautious than risky.
  • If the storm becomes high danger, evacuation may be the most appropriate course of action. Sometimes, your local officials will recommend evacuation as well if the storm causes enough concern.
  • As soon as you feel the wind rolling in, move the lawn equipment, such as chairs, tables, or umbrellas, into a sound structure. This way you can avoid any chance of seeing your furniture in your neighbor’s pool.
  • Do not attempt to ride out the storm if it is categorized as a three, four, or five. These are considered far too dangerous to be out and about. Please seek shelter.
  • It is important to monitor the ever-changing weather patterns that come with living in the Midwest. SERVPRO advises that you check the weather multiple times per day during any chance of storms.

Keeping these steps in mind will add an extra layer of comfort to you as the storms come surging through. In the case of storm damage, SERVPRO of Henry and Randolph Counties provides mitigation to your home or business. This includes any necessary demolition, water removal or extraction, and structural drying. Do not hesitate to give SERVPRO a call at 765-575-8654 or email sp9675@att.net and make it “Like it never even happened.”

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