Storm Damage Repair
Wind and storm damage restoration goes beyond replacing broken windows and repairing roofs. At EMP Restoration, we understand that storm damage can have long-lasting consequences, such as water intrusion, moisture, mold, mildew, rot and poor air quality. That’s why, in addition to structural repairs, we provide water extraction, dehumidification and cleaning, among other recovery services to ensure your home is both structurally sound and healthy to live in.
WIND & STORM RESTORATION
We offer a variety of storm damage restoration services including for:
- Hurricane Damage
- Thunderstorm Damage
- Tornadoes and High Wind Damage
- Rainstorm Damage
Few forces are as catastrophic as a hurricane. In addition to dangerously fast winds that can strip your roof of shingles, hurricanes are often accompanied by heavy rains threatening to flood your property.
Here in Florida, hurricane season stretches from early June through the end of November. With each passing year, tropical storms and hurricanes seem to be increasing in severity, leaving residents throughout the state vulnerable to considerable property damage. We understand the immense impact—financial and otherwise—hurricanes have on Florida residents, which is why we are prepared to assist you with comprehensive restoration services.
Florida is the lightning capital of the US, with lightning storms have the potential to cause significant structural damage and fires. It is possible to observe damage to electrical wiring, appliances, cable or telephone lines even if your lightning system successfully directs the energy to the ground.
Thunderstorms can be devastating. Severe thunderstorms can have winds exceeding 57 mph and include large hail, both of which can take their toll on your roof.
Tornadoes and High Wind Damage
Tornadoes and extreme winds can topple and uproot trees, crashing them through windows, roofs and walls. And with winds exceeding 86 mph, they can lift mobile homes completely off their foundations.
The weather in Florida can be unpredictable. Tornados or strong winds may cause a variety of damage to your property. You might lose a few shingles, or face a tree falling through your home. Regardless of the severity, taking immediate action will help prevent further damage.
Rainstorms can flood your property, and the damage can linger long after the water recedes. Mold and mildew can develop under floors and behind walls.
Water damage from rain can have devastating effects on buildings and can quickly cause damage after even minimal rain. Water damage can ruin building contents, and cause costly closures for repairs.
Frequently Asked Questions
If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact us to speak to a member of our team.
Is there mold in my house?
If you suspect you have mold in your house first look for spots. Patterns of small black, green, white, or orange spots are usually a key indicator as well as musty smells. However, in order to truly be sure whether or not you have mold you should have a remediation company out. After doing a visual inspection an air quality test may be recommended.
What does mold look like?
Mold varies in appearance with different colors and patterns. Even though there are more common colors and patterns, it’s important to call a restoration or remediation company like us for an assessment.
Request Immediate Service
Don’t wait to address your storm & wind damage. Our team responds to emergency calls 24/7