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SERVPRO's Storm Team is Prepared For Hurricane Season 2022

7/8/2022 (Permalink)

Two houses are partially under water after a flood. SERVPRO's Storm Team is prepared for hurricane season 2022. Call Us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!

June 2022 saw several new records set for temperatures across the country. Experts believe this marks the beginning for a very hot summer. In cities across the south, records have been broken for consecutive days with low temperatures exceeding 90 degrees. Even at night, no relief from heat is available. These areas are susceptible to flash floods due to the prolonged drought and high heat. This is due to the fact that hardened, dry ground won't absorb water as quickly as it needs if a storm or large rain comes through states like Georgia, Louisiana, Texas, and Georgia. These areas are often hit by heavy rainfall during hurricane seasons. In fact, it is the slow moving tropical storms or hurricanes carrying lots of moisture that have caused the largest property damage to homes and commercial buildings in the United States. It's impossible to prepare for these types storms. The only thing that can be done is to listen to your local authorities and to be ready to move if your home or commercial property is in danger of flooding or storms. We are always available to help if any damage is caused. Our storm management and disaster restoration experts are available to assist you in New England, New York, and anywhere else in the nation if needed.

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