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Storm Damage Clean-Up

Our storm restoration team will remediate anything from hurricane damage to destruction caused by a typical Southwest Florida storm.

Does Your Southwest Florida Property Need Storm Damage Clean-Up?

Storm damage can wreak havoc on homes and properties, leaving behind a trail of destruction that can be overwhelmingg. From water damage to structural issues, the aftermath of a storm can be devastating if not addressed promptly and effectively. This is why storm damage restoration is crucial in ensuring the safety and well-being of those affected by such natural disasters.

Our team of experts can remediate storm and hurricane damage and help restore structures back to their original state.

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Our Storm Damage Clean-Up Process

Depending on the type of storm damage you have sustained, we will follow our best practices for emergency disaster response:
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Secure and protect your property using boarding-up and tarping techniques.

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Remove standing water and mitigate any water damage before mold can set in.

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Determine what, if any, furnishings, fixtures, materials, and other possessions are salvageable and remove them to be cleaned, sanitized, and restored.

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Remove items and materials that are not salvageable. Arrange for their disposal.

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Dry out and dehumidify the affected areas. 

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Conduct air quality testing and thermal scanning to ensure there is no moisture remaining and that the air in your home is fresh and clean.

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Provide you with an estimate for reconstruction services, if necessary.

Hurricane Damage Clean-Up in Southwest Florida

Southwest Florida is no stranger to hurricanes, with the region experiencing numerous storms each year during hurricane season. These powerful storms bring strong winds, heavy rains, and storm surges that can cause significant damage to homes and businesses in the area. As a result, efficient hurricane damagee clean-up is crucial for residents and business owners in Southwest Florida to restore their properties and communities to normalcy.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Situated along the Gulf Coast, Southwest Florida is in the direct path of hurricanes that originate in the Atlantic Ocean or Gulf of Mexico. Warm ocean waters provide fuel for these storms, causing them to gain strength as they move towards land. 

Assess the damage: Take a walk around your home and make note of any visible damage such as broken windows, roof leaks, or fallen trees.

Contact your insurance company: After assessing the damage, contact your insurance company to begin the claims process.

Secure your property: Board up windows, cover any holes in the roof, and remove any debris that may pose a safety hazard.

Contact a reputable restoration company: Once your property is secure, it’s important to contact Fireservice Emergency Disaster Response.

In most cases, storm damage requires a combination of homeowners and flood insurance. It’s best to check with your specific insurance provider before a disaster strikes.
This depends on the severity of the storm and the aftermath. Please contact our team for more information regarding a specific case.
Our restoration team will navigate the interior and exterior of the property and determine the best course of action for the structural integrity and visual appearance of the of the space.
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Southwest Florida’s Storm Damage Experts

Fireservice Emergency Disaster Response has been remediating storm damage for 50+ years. We specialize in water removal, securing properties after storm damage, and many other essential aspects of the restoration process.

With local offices in Fort Myers, Naples and North Port, our 24/7 dedicated emergency response teams are on the road to you in less than 5 minutes to remediate, restore, and remodel in times of trouble.