Lightning strike on cloudy night with full moon

SCARY STORM SITUATIONS THAT YOU SHOULD BE THINKING ABOUT

 
Lightning strike on cloudy night with full moon during storm season

Storm season can be really scary for us here in the U.S, and we’re not talking about ghosts, spirits and trick-or-treat scary; we’re talking about hurricane and tornado scary. Rock Emergency is based in New York, but our team is dispatched all across the county to help with various storms. Just recently we were in the Carolinas to help with Hurricane Dorian recovery, so we know a thing or two about how serious this time of year can be. That said, hurricane season is winding to an end, but that doesn’t mean we’re completely out of the woods yet.

Hurricane storm season is starting to wind down now in the South East and South Central U.S as the weather is changing and we approach winter. For the most part, the likelihood of another major storm is low, but it could still happen. The possibility of small storms is still high however and these can often result in unexpected, costly damage. We’ve gotten calls after small thunderstorms and windstorms because homeowners underestimate their impact and end up with broken windows from flying debris, or a partially blown off roof, or a tree branch that falls and breaks a window/glass door which then results in water damage due to the rain. Be prepared, and if disaster strikes, remember we’re in this together.

In the central U.S, the weather is changing from hot to cold and the unstable atmospheric conditions increase the likelihood of tornadoes and thunderstorms. In Florida and Tornado Alley (a strip of land going north to south that covers the northern region of Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa, the eastern edge of Colorado, southwest tip of South Dakota and the southern edge of Minnesota), almost daily thunderstorms, as well as the many tropical storms and hurricanes increase the probability of a tornado. Keep in mind that if you’re in any of these areas, you should be prepared for a tornado or thunderstorm to happen. Keep our number handy to ensure you have access to a company that’s guaranteed to provide you with high-quality disaster relief services during ANY storm season!

Here in New York, we might not suffer as much from the tropical storms, but our storm season is only now getting started. Frozen and burst pipes, overuse and clogging of drains when the family comes to visit, snowstorms and blizzards are still yet to come. We hope that your preparation efforts are underway and that you won’t get caught unprepared in a disaster/storm. Dealing with the after-effects of any storm season can be difficult, and we understand this. Our team is ready and willing to assist you in your time of need, all you need to do is give us a call.

No matter where in the U.S you reside, you’re likely to face some type of storm in your area at some point during the year, and that’s why we’re here. Rock Emergency Services has 10+ years of experience in the restoration industry and we set the highest standard in water, fire, and mold restoration. Our service area isn’t limited to New York only, we often cross state lines, going wherever our services are needed. Our company focuses on standard services such as flood restoration and water damage, sewage cleanup, mold remediation, fire and smoke cleanup, asbestos abatement, biohazard situations, and disaster relief services for both commercial and residential locations. This means we can handle disaster planning, emergency pump-out, emergency pack-out, large loss clean-out, and even demolition. Our qualified team understands that this time of year is when customers’ stress levels and anxiety can run high, and so we’re here to guide you through the process from start to finish. Give us a call, no matter your disaster, we’re in this together!

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