Tropical Storm Damage
Have you been experiencing tropical storm damage of any kind? Whether you have hurricane damage or wind damage from a cyclone, you may be experiencing excess water, sewer backup, or mold growth—problems that can grow more serious the longer they’re left untreated. In order to avoid health complications for you and your family and prevent serious structural damage to your home, it’s important to have hurricane repair work done immediately—typically within 24 to 48 hours, at most.
Tri State Restorations helps home and business owners keep their properties safe from harmful bacteria and toxins that grow with storm and water damage. We treat tropical storm and hurricane damage throughout Maryland, Washington, DC, and Virginia, providing 24-hour service so you can count on us whenever there’s an emergency. Contact us today!
What Are Common Forms of Tropical Storm Damage?
Depending on what type of storm hit and how severe it was, there are various types of tropical storm damage you may be dealing with—typically related to heavy winds, flying debris, and excess water. Common forms of tropical storm damage include:
- Mold growth
- Sewage backup
- Roof damage
- Damage to interior walls, flooring, and furniture
- Large amounts of debris
- And more
These are just some common forms of tropical storm damage, but you could be facing a number of other problems as well—and the methods of treatment depend on the nature of the issue. If you have roof damage, for instance, you’ll need to tarp this area whereas if you have excess water, you’ll need to remove damaged furniture and undergo water extraction.
Tropical Storm & Hurricane Cleanup
As soon as the storm has passed it’s important to begin hurricane cleanup immediately. Call a professional restoration company as soon as possible and be sure to avoid any unstable power lines while you wait for us to arrive.
Of course the type of tropical storm damage treatment we give you depends on what type of damage you have. However, the process usually consists of the following steps, with some variation:
- Assess the extent of any damage
- Provide water extraction
- Set up fans and dehumidifiers for ventilation
- Remove any damaged materials and furniture
- Tarp and board up the roof area (for those with wind damage)
- Provide structural drying
- Remove any growing mold
- Thoroughly clean and disinfect damaged areas
Treating Tropical Storm Damage in Maryland, Washington, DC, & Virginia
Do you need help dealing with hurricane damage or tropical storm damage of another kind? Don’t leave your building untreated! The longer you wait, the bigger the chances that the indoor air quality in your home is affected by mold growth and harmful bacteria are released into the air—potentially leading to disease and aggravating health issues related to asthma or allergies. You could also be in danger of getting electric shock or slipping in the excess water.
Don’t leave tropical storm damage untreated! Contact Tri State Restorations within one to two days to begin tropical storm or hurricane cleanup in Maryland, Washington, DC, or Virginia.