Hurricane Irma Damage and Restoration
Thursday, September 28, 2017
It has now been two weeks since Hurricane Irma,
the most powerful storm ever recorded in the Atlantic, tore through several Caribbean islands, went up the west coast of Florida, affecting the entire state, and then battered South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, and a few other states before finally dying out. Hurricane Irma damage is severe in many places hit by the storm, including some of the areas that Joe Taylor Restoration services for water and mold damage restoration.
As soon as it was safe to go outside on the east and west coasts of Florida, our technicians got to work. We had calls flood in from property owners requesting help with water damaged homes and businesses. As FPL began restoring power to thousands who lost power during the storm, we started deploying equipment and doing our part to provide restoration for the residents of South Florida affected by Hurricane Irma damage.
Because of hard work and expert planning, we have had all the personnel, equipment, and supplies we have needed to help our customers with Hurricane Irma damage. We have received to our warehouse multiple shipments of additional fans, dehumidifiers, and other necessary tools in order to continue to serve South Florida. We are so proud of every member of our team, who has worked tirelessly to make this effort happen so successfully.
Because of the nature of water and flood damage, most buildings that were affected by Hurricane Irma that were not addressed immediately are now experiencing mold damage. We are here to help with that too! If you have now found mold where there was a leak in your roof or around a window, or if you have discovered water or mold damage unrelated to Hurricane Irma, contact us right away. We are ready, willing, and able to respond to your restoration needs.