Did you know lightning strikes the United States at least 30 million times each year? Or around the world, lightning bolts strike 100 times each second? Due to the severity and frequency of storms, they are known to cause irreversible damage that can devastate families and businesses. Many of these storms are also associated with tornadoes and hail.
Storms are powerful natural forces. Hurricanes are the strongest type of storms on earth. Yet, even less intimidating storms can cause severe structural damage and threaten individuals’ safety. When massive storms hit, these ten useful gadgets and technology tips will help preserve safety.
Amidst the global pandemic, residents living on the Atlantic coast must also prepare for a busy 2020 hurricane season. Now is the time to adjust your emergency plans because the natural disasters won’t wait.
Hurricane season is approaching. Protecting business documents is crucial to every business, read how and what documents to protect.
Refer to the following information and use it as a guide to help you through the restoration process of your business after experiencing hurricane damage
Severe weather can take the form of powerful winds, tornadoes, hurricanes, thunderstorms and many other natural events. People are encouraged to become familiar with the various types of weather alerts that refer to conditions that are likely to occur in their vicinity. Common types of weather alerts include the following...
The immediate aftermath of a major storm can be a chaotic, emotional time as you take stock of the damage to your home or business and its contents. There may be fire, water, and wind damage all at once and every minute you hesitate means a greater chance of permanent damage. Follow these action steps to take control of the situation and limit the devastation.
If you live in an area where strong storms happen, it's important to make sure your home is secured and protected. Watch the video and follow these hurricane safety tips provided by ServiceMaster Restore