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Tropical System & Hurricane Damage Restoration

Cleaning Up After the Wind & Rain Subside

Tropical systems are weather patterns that are significantly influenced by heat energy from hot, humid air and warm seas. There are a variety of tropical weather events, including hurricanes, tropical storms, and El Niño cycles, that can cause significant damage to your home. When that happens, the team at ServiceMaster Restore® is here to help. We are a restoration company that specializes in tropical system and hurricane damage repairs. Backed by over 65 years of experience, we’re available 24/7/365 to restore your home and your peace of mind.

Our hurricane damage experts provide the guidance and support you need to start the repair and restoration process and get back to life as usual. From roof damage to interior flooding to mold infestation, we are equipped with the tools and technology to handle it all.

Tropical Storm Damage

Tropical storms or tropical cyclones are low pressure systems that develop over tropical waters with closed wind circulation and a well-defined center, or “eye.” While hurricanes tend to produce more wind and flooding, tropical storms can still cause severe damage to your home. Your home may experience wind, rain, mud, debris damage, and long-term mold damage.

Water, wind, and damage from fallen poles, electrical wiring, or debris are going to be the biggest areas of concern for your home during a tropical storm. It’s important to have a safety plan in place when tropical storms are about to hit your area, and understand how to secure your house, and where to go if evacuation is necessary.

Hurricane Damage

A tropical storm turns into a hurricane once wind speeds reach 74mph. Because these storms are so powerful, the damages to homes and businesses will most likely be intense. Some hurricane damage that could impact your home includes water damage or flooding from heavy rains, powerful winds that can destroy walls and cause damage to your property’s structure, and storm surges that can quickly engulf your home if it’s near a coastal region.

Not all hurricanes are created equal though. In the U.S., Hurricane Harvey is recognized as one of the worst hurricanes of all time. It caused unprecedented damage to Houston, Corpus Christi, and Galveston with some areas of Houston seeing over 50 inches of rain. Clearly, the threat of hurricane damage to homes is a top priority for many who live in areas prone to hurricanes.

ServiceMaster Restore is there to help homeowners after disasters strike. If you’ve suffered from severe hurricane damage that led to structural issues, we are there to help you get your home back in order, while alleviating some of your stress after going through a traumatic storm.

Preparing for the Storm

Tropical storms and hurricanes can cause drastic damage to your home. While hurricanes are stronger and therefore more dangerous, tropical storms can also cause major destruction. While you may be overwhelmed after tropical storm or hurricane damage to your home, you can rely on ServiceMaster Restore to be there for you. The experts at your local ServiceMaster Restore carefully monitor forecasts to ensure we are prepared when storms hit and bring destruction to homes throughout the community.

We are available 24/7/365 to assist homeowners when they suddenly find themselves with a mess on their hands, whether that’s water in their basement or parts of their roof suddenly torn off. We have the tools and expertise to bring calm to the chaos.

From water damage services to mold remediation to tarping and boarding up your home to protect it during the repair process, you can rely on our residential restoration team to be there for you every step of the way. When the storm passes, we will get you back to normal as quickly as possible.