Are you a storm damage victim? If you need help to remove fallen tree limbs, cover a roof to protect from rain, board up windows etc…. you should call us now. Trauma to a home can knock out a supporting wall that may be structurally supporting a second floor or just a roof. Knock this out during a snowstorm with the added weight on your roof and you could have a collapse. Innovative Restorations will first remove any safety hazards caused from storm damage. Many of these hazards include falling brick, shattered glass, electrical damage and the list goes on. All these are dangers that should be tackled by a professional for your own safety. WE have crews standing by ready to respond to with fast storm damage restoration. Don’t put your safety at risk and not call for a free estimate right now.
Storm Damage Hazards
- Electrical Failures: Downed power lines can still discharge huge amounts of electricity and pose a serious threat!
- Falling Debris: Downed trees can crush cars & you! Be safe when inspecting your property after the storm passes, it may be safer to wait until morning.
- Structural Collapses: Tornadoes and fallen trees can cause structural failures in your home. Take care to avoid these areas if something has struck your home.
- Slips, Trips, & Falls: The winds that accompany bad storms will throw dust and debris onto everything, if you must evacuate your home make sure to watch your footing!
How We Can Help You During Storm Damage
What Board-Up & Storm services include:
- We will develop an action plan to restore the property to its original state, including all repair work.
- Photograph the outside of the property that has been damaged during the storm, including outbuildings or decks
- Inspect the roof and related outer property dwellings (shed, barn, carport)
- We will remove trees or other debris, related to the storm winds.
- We will cover the areas that could be exposed to the elements with a tarpaulin.
- Cover broken windows with plastic sheeting or plywood.
- Exterior walls that have sustained damage should be covered with plywood or plastic sheeting.
- Communicate and file paperwork to you and the claims adjuster.
If the damage is minimal, and there are no city or state codes prohibiting it, you can complete repairs yourself.
If damage is extensive, contact your insurance carrier and file a claim. Hiring a general contractor is advised.
If you do not have insurance, you can use any contractor you want; you will just have to pay for the reparations out of pocket. (Inquire about our financing available).