We are a South Florida company ready to help anyone affected by hurricane Ian. We are in your area!
We have already helped hundreds of residents in Fort Myers, Cape Coral, Punta Gorda, and many other communities affected.
Call Us Now If You Need A Tarp Installation
Hurricane Ian Tarps
We have hundreds of tarps ready to stop roof leaks. Tarps are one of the best ways to stop further water damage to your property.
If you would like to understand more how tarps work and how they protect your home, here is a video on the different types of roof tarps that exist.
What types of tarps should I use?
We currently use grey tarps with UV protection. These tarps will protect your roof longer. They resist sun damage much better than regular blue tarps. Also they are thicker and can withstand stronger winds.
We have helped over 10, 000 house holds in South Florida.
In Hurricane Irma, we travelled to help home owners with roof tarps, water damage and mold issues.
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Hurricane Ian Water Damage
There are many types of water damage caused by large storms like hurricane Ian:
- Flood Damage
- Wind Caused Water Damage
Wind caused water damage can be covered by your home owners insurance.
However, most insurance companies do not cover flood caused water damage. But don’t worry as we have helped many clients clean up their flood damaged homes.
Here is an idea what our water damage clean up process looks like:
Water Damage Complete Process
What Happens During The Water Damage Process?
- Moisture Sensors and Meters: Technicians use sensors and meters to determine how wet an area is. They measure and display the moisture content of floors, ceilings, walls, and other materials so the technician can decide the best way to dry them out or if they need to be torn out.
- Air Moving Equipment: Drying an area requires removing the moisture from the affected materials and also from the air. Air from a fan blowing across the surface causes water to evaporate, then a dehumidifier draws that moisture out of the air and drains it so that it can’t find its way back into the material, potentially causing further damage.
- Deodorization Equipment: Air Scrubber: This machine removes chemicals, particles, and/or gasses from the air. Foggers: These machines eliminate odors by transforming chemicals into a fog. Thermal Foggers: These machines heat a solvent-based deodorizer that is turned into a dry smoke/fog, which is then blown into a room.
After Job Is Done
1. Sanitation and Cleaning
After the water has been sucked out and the area is dry, the restoration company may do a final cleaning that involves sanitizing so that bacteria can’t grow and ridding the home or office of any unwanted smells due to water damage.
2. Mold Growth Mold thrives in moist environments, and those are created after water damage. To prevent this from occurring, it’s important that an area is dried properly and then sanitized. Unfortunately, preventing all mold growth may not be possible, but a good restoration company will be able to remove any mold that grows and inform the home or business owner about the likelihood of this occurring.
3. Reconstruction During some water losses, the flooring, walls, or ceiling may have been torn out due to damage or the inability for it to dry properly. Eventually, these will need to be repaired and/or replaced. It’s possible that the restoration company will take care of small jobs, but they may also leave any and all reconstruction to a subcontractor they work with or recommend one for you to contact.
4. Inspection When all work has been completed, there is generally a walk-through that occurs with the home or business owner, the insurance adjustor or agent, and the technicians. This will ensure that all work has been completed satisfactorily and meets the expected standards.
We are experts in water damage removal and have helped thousands of customers in South Florida.
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