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Tips for Storm Damage
September is National Preparedness Month!
- Listen to authorities for information and instructions. Return home only when authorities say it is safe.
- Avoid driving, except in emergencies.
- Snakes and other animals may be in your house. Wear heavy gloves and boots during clean up.
- Be aware of the risk of electrocution. Do not touch electrical equipment if it is wet or if you are standing in water. If it is safe to do so, turn off the electricity to prevent electric shock.
- Avoid wading in floodwater, which can contain dangerous debris and be contaminated. Underground or downed power lines can also electrically charge the water.
- Use a generator or other gasoline-powered machinery ONLY outdoors and away from windows.
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Your Severe Weather Communication Strategy
Having a way to communicate with your family is incredibly important during severe weather, and you should always have a way to receive communications from the news or city authorities. It is also important to know the difference between watches and warnings so you can know whether to simply be aware of your surroundings or take shelter immediately.
Secondly, you should have multiple ways to receive alerts from officials, like your cellphone and an NOAA weather radio.
Lastly, make sure you have a communication strategy for your household. Locate a specific location in your home that will be your safe area (like a basement or a fully enclosed room) that everyone knows is the place to go to when the weather becomes severe. Additionally, make sure you have a plan in place to communicate with family members who are away from your home during and after the storm so you can reconnect quickly when it is over.
Your Severe Weather Aftermath Checklist:
After the severe weather has passed, it is a good idea to review your safety plan and make any necessary changes, as well as assess any damage done to your home. Once it is safe to do so, check your property for damage.
Take a look around at your roof and the seals around your windows and doors, as these areas are the most likely to suffer water damage.
If you do discover damage, calling us at SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland is the necessary first step. We are the trusted team of professionals who will be sure to provide you with a quick response and a reliable timeline to begin the restoration process in your home.
When your household is all together again after the storm has passed, do an audit of your safety plan. Discuss what worked and what needs to be adjusted, repack your emergency kit and edit anything that wasn’t beneficial to your process. Those adjustments will make sure you are better prepared for the next time you encounter severe weather.
If you discover storm damage to your home or business, you can count on SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland.
Dangers of Thunderstorms
According to the National Weather Service, a severe thunderstorm is one in which there are winds 58 mph or greater and ¾ inch hail or larger, and at times there may be tornadoes. There are nearly 1,800 thunderstorms occurring at any one moment around the world, 100,000 of those happen in the United States. An estimated 10% of those 100,000 storms are considered to be severe.
Facts and Myths About Lightning
- MYTH: “Heat lightning” occurs after very hot summer days and poses no threat.
- FACT: “Heat lightning” is lightning that is occurring in a distant thunderstorm that is too far away to hear its associated thunder.
- MYTH: If it is not raining, there is no threat from lightning
- FACT: Lightning often strikes outside of heavy rain and may occur as far as ten miles away from rainfall.
- MYTH: Rubber soles of shoes and tires on a car will protect your from being stuck by lightning.
- FACT: This is false; these items proved NO protection from lightning. However, you are much safer in a vehicle than outside during a thunderstorm if you are not touch the metal.
- MYTH: In a pinch, it is safe to seek shelter under a tree.
- FACT: Contrary to common belief, it is not safe or advised to be under a tree during a storm, it is the second leading cause of injury. It is best to get indoors or crouch low to the ground.
How to Keep Safe:
- At the very first sign of a thunder or a storm, take action. Go indoors or seek shelter.
- Stay away from windows and doors. Do not use a landline and unplug appliances, computers and other electronics.
- Avoid showering, doing laundry or dishes.
- Monitor and obey instructions of public safety officials.
- If you are outside, shelter in a vehicle. Stay put and avoid touching metal.
- If you are in an open area, go to a low place and stay away from trees.
- If you are on the water, get to land immediately.
- Stay indoors at least 30 minutes after the last thunder or lightning.
What to do After a Thunderstorm:
- Continue to monitor emergency information.
- Call 911 to report downed power lines or gas leaks. If you suspect leaks in your home, go outdoors immediately.
- Check your home for damage. Document any damage and contact your insurance company immediately.
- If you suspect water damage, call SERVPRO® of Greenville/Cleveland immediately.
If your home has received storm damage, give SERVPRO® of Greenville/Cleveland a call! You can contact us at 662-846-1700.
When your Mississippi home or business suffers stormwater damage, it is important to identify what type of damage you’re dealing with. This will help you to determine what steps to take next. The type of water will determine how affected areas could pose a threat to your overall health.
There are three types of water:
This is water from a source such as rainwater. Water from a broken pipe can also considered a source of clean water damage.
This is slightly contaminated water. When stormwater is left untreated, bacteria and other contaminants can begin to grow and cause various issues. This can occur with water from a pipe leak or other plumbing issue as well.
This is highly contaminated and dangerous water that is filled with fungi, bacteria, or even chemicals. Sewage and floodwater are two common forms when it comes to this type of damage.
When you are faced with clean stormwater damage, be sure to turn off the circuit breakers in the damaged areas of the building, and do not enter those areas. Remove excess water and move items that may be sensitive to moisture, especially electronics. When the water damage is caused from a plumbing issue, shut off the water source or have a certified professional do so.
When the stormwater is contaminated, stay clear of the areas and allow a biohazard professional to handle the cleanup properly. Do not turn on the HVAC system or use fans to dry the affected areas, since the air can potentially spread the contaminants. Discard any items that have been affected by the damage-better safe than sorry!
SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland can handle all forms of water and storm damage across Mississippi. We also specialize in biohazard events where contaminated water is present. It is often that advanced cleaning techniques are necessary to fully restore the affected areas when this type of damage is involved.
No matter the form of storm damage comes your way, SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland is here to help 24/7/365! We are always prepared to make your storm damage emergency “Like it never even happened.
4 Things Not to Do After a Flood Occurs
It isn't uncommon to feel a bit panicked when you see flood water gathering in your basement or around your yard. Unfortunately, that heightened sense of fear can lead to some steps that may put you in danger or cause damage to your home. Protect your home and family with this list of Do Nots:
1. Do Not Use Any Electricity in Your Home
It only takes a tiny amount of water to carry enough electricity to give you a pretty good shock. Electrocution is a very real danger as water damage affects your home. Avoid this type of injury by staying away from the water and turning off the power at your main breaker box. Shutting off the power also decreases the risk of fire after you've been evacuated.
2. Do Not Go in the Water
Whether you're driving down the street or walking through your flooded home, there could be danger in the water, including raw sewage, animals, insects, chemicals, and live electricity. Water on the roads or walkways can be deceptively deep and may have swift currents that put you and any potential rescuers at risk.
3. Do Not Attempt Cleanup or Repairs Without Proper Gear
Before you begin hauling out your belongings, gather together waterproof boots and gloves and consider using a mask. Remember that floodwater carries a lot of contaminants, so protective clothing helps you avoid exposure to germs.
4. Do Not Enter Your Home Without an Official Okay
There are many professionals trained to respond to disasters. When you listen to emergency responders, home inspectors, and even home cleanup and repair professionals, you're more likely to avoid injuries and further damage to the home.
It's natural to want to start cleaning up as soon as possible after floodwater damages your flooded home. However, these common mistakes lead to further harm, either by leading to injuries or secondary damage.
Getting the Fall Leaves Out of Your Yard
Raking the leaves off your lawn is one of the most tiresome parts of the fall weather. Unless you’re making a leaf pile for your kids to enjoy, it can seem like a never-ending job as more and more leaves fall every day. But perhaps there are other options for those pesky leaves that don’t involve a rake at all. HGTV has a list of unique ideas that could put those fallen leaves to better use;
- Mow over the leaves to use for mulch
- Make Leaf Mold near the base of your trees
- Chop leaves for a Compost pile
- Put the leaves beneath shrubs and in planting beds to provide winter protection for insects or small critters
- Blow leaves away with a leaf blower
- Add leaves to vegetable gardens to help protect roots from harsh winter weather
- Use leaves for Art Projects
- Try Community Recycling and give your leaves to someone who can use them
The falling leaves of autumn don’t necessarily have to be a pain in the butt. There are ways to make fall fun again, even if you’re too big to be jumping into those leaf piles. So get creative this fall and try a raking alternative.
As always, if disaster strikes, SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland is just one call away. Contact us at (662)846-1700.
Pack-Outs/Move-Outs after a Storm hits
SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland understands that your home is more than a structure. Its your family’s furniture, clothing, keepsakes, and other belongings that help you transform a house into a home.
If your home requires extensive restoration or cleaning after a storm, SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland can conduct an organized, efficient move-out of the affected area. Move-out will provide several benefits, including:
- A quicker remodeling process
- Protecting contents from further on-site damage
- Protecting items from potential damage
When restoration is completed, Our team will work with you to coordinate the move-in according to your needs. The services offered upon move-in may depend on your specific insurance coverage. Contact SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland today at (662)846-1700. We are always here to help!
How Property Managers Can Prepare for Storms
As a property manager, one of your major duties is storm preparedness. Neglecting this responsibility means that bad weather may have a particularly negative impact, creating even more damage than there might otherwise be. Thankfully, there are commercial property restoration professionals that can fix almost any type of structural catastrophe. Here is some advice regarding how property managers should react to and prepare for bad weather.
Weather Disaster Responsibilities of Property Managers
Those in charge of residential properties shoulder many obligations after a storm, including
- Examining windows for cracks and gas lines for leaks
- Erecting security barriers so that vandals and thieves cannot enter
- Checking the grounds for downed power lines
The effects of weather damage can compound a property manager's post-storm responsibilities, making storm preparedness an essential strategy for keeping your premises running smoothly.
Weather Disaster Preparation for Property Managers
Your primary concern when it comes to storms is keeping tenants safe. Assess your complex for the best escape options. Share your analysis with everyone who could benefit. High winds can knock over grills and start fires. Mandate that barbecue equipment is immediately brought inside after use. Additionally, using fireproof materials, such as fiber cement siding, helps reduce the odds of an accidental blaze.
Property management requires fast action under pressure. Have emergency numbers handy so that you can quickly call the authorities even when you feel panicked. Write these contacts down so that they may be easily accessed even if a power loss means your computer won't turn on and your phone's battery is drained. Keep a flashlight nearby so you are able to read your list in complete darkness.
Storm preparedness keeps residents safe, reduces building damage, and makes your job easier. Employ these recommendations if you are responsible for any type of residential property.
A flood cut is the method the cleanup team uses to tear out materials that can't be salvaged. Technicians will probably need to use a flood cut if the water damage meets certain criteria:
- High levels of contamination
- Suspected damage in hard-to-reach areas
- Compromised structural integrity of the wall
Flooding from a storm almost always leads to a flood cut because the water is contaminated.
What Happens After the Flood Cut Is Made?
Once the cut is made, the technicians remove the drywall. They take out all the damaged material, including any damp insulation behind the wall.
If a storm causes flooding in your home, it may take more than simply removing the water and wiping down surfaces to complete the repairs. Technicians may have to make flood cuts on your walls to remove all the damage.
If you experience flooding in the Bolivar, Sunflower, or Washington county area, call SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland at (662)846-1700.
When Natural Disasters affect your home or business
Whether a small home gets hit by a flood or a commercial building needs mold remediation, we can handle it! Do you know who to call in moments of water damage, fire damage, and sewer damage? Not only do we have a great crew of trained professionals, but we've got advanced state of the art equipment as well.
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Natural disasters, fires, and floods can be one of the worst things to happen to your property. If you own a commercial property, it affects your employee's productivity and if your home is damaged, security feels lost. With our knowledgeable technicians and equipment, we work as hard as possible for as long as necessary to get your business back in shape.
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The Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration is the most trusted independent name in the restoration industry. To receive IICRC certification, a technician must take special classes and exams that follow the requirements from the ICRC.
SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland will make your disasters "Like it never even happened." Give us a call today at 662-846-1700.
Severe Weather Preparedness Plan
Severe weather is an absolutely terrifying thing to be faced with. Not only can it cause severe damage to your home, but it is also extremely unpredictable, meaning conditions can turn hazardous in an instant. The costs of having storm damage restored can also be exorbitant, but the most important thing is making sure your family is safe.
As with any difficult life scenario, one of the best things you can do is to have a plan in place in case server weather moves into your area. That way, instead of panicking or being unsure of what to do, you can be certain of how to proceed to keep your family safe.
By knowing where to go, where your supplies are and that you have made sure you can stay in your shelter, you can have much more peace of mind surrounding your family’s well-being.
Elements to Consider for a Severe Weather Preparedness Plan
Where Will You Seek Shelter?
It is always a good idea to have a designated shelter spot in your home where everyone can head if the weather turns severe. Ideally, this would be a basement, but you can also choose an area of your home that does not have windows and few exterior walls if a basement is not available.
Do We Have Food and Water?
Once you seek shelter, it is wise to make sure you do not have to leave until the weather event has passed. It is a good idea to keep nonperishable foods and plenty of water in your shelter spot so you can stay put for the duration of the storm.
What Will Your Light Source Be?
Power outages are extremely common during severe weather, so it is smart to keep flashlights and lanterns in your shelter area in case you can’t use your home’s electricity. Be sure to pack batteries, too, as they can lose their power with time.
If your home is damaged by a severe weather event, we are here for all your restoration needs. You can contact us as soon as you discover the damage for the quickest response possible, and with our 24/7 emergency line, you will never have to wait to get in touch. Contact SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland at (662)846-1700.
Flooding is defined as “an overflowing of water onto land that is normally dry.” Flooding can be caused by a multitude of different occurrences, the two experienced most frequently in the Florida Panhandle being tropical systems and heavy thunderstorms. Floods are the most common and widespread of all weather-related natural disasters, therefore it is important to understand the different types of flooding possible in your area.
River Flood – a river flood occurs when water rises over the top of a riverbank. This can immediately affect structures located near the river, and if water levels continue to rise, affect homes and businesses downstream.
Coastal Flood – a coastal flood occurs when land areas along the coast are inundated with rising waters. A combination of factors, including tidal patterns, rainfall, and land elevation can all play a role in coastal flooding issues.
Storm Surge – Storm surge is a variation of coastal flooding in which the wind, atmospheric pressure, and waves of a severe storm greatly increase the water level in coastal areas. Highly common during hurricanes, storm surge can occur very quickly, and pose serious property and safety concerns.
Flash Flood – a flash flood is usually caused by heavy or excessive rainfall in a short period of time. Flash floods can occur with very little warning and be extremely dangerous. Clogged draining systems and standing debris can contribute to the likelihood of flash flooding occurrences.
Understanding different types of flooding, those that are most common in your area, and how to prepare, can help to protect both your and your property in the event of a flooding disaster. In the unfortunate event that flood waters have caused property damage to your home or business, SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland is Here to Help. For more information about our services, give us a call at 662-846-1700.
Preparing for the Next Storm
Professional meteorologists can't often accurately predict the upcoming weather, so it's not likely that you'll be able to. This doesn't mean you shouldn't be ready for severe storms. Your commercial building could suffer significant damage if you are not prepared. Flooding and other water damage, along with mold, broken windows and materials, and other issues could occur. There are some helpful tips you can follow to prevent disaster and practice good storm preparedness.
Common Storm Damage
Like in other places around the country, weather in Mississippi can be unpredictable. Thunderstorms, downpours, heavy winds, and other examples of Mother nature's fury can unleash on your building. Results from these storms can include:
- Leaky roofs, leading to flooding in upper levels
- High winds blowing over trees onto the structure
- High winds breaking windows, blowing off roof shingles or ruining the siding
Bad weather can hit at any time. Good property management looks out for the building's tenants, especially when rough storms occur when the building is occupied. Putting together an escape strategy is vital. Make sure everyone in the building knows where all the exits are, especially the closest ones. Identify a gathering place outside the facility. Also, assign key roles to responsible people.
Inspect the Roof and Rain Gutters
It doesn't take a deluge of water to leak through the roof and start to damage your building. In your storm preparedness activities, make sure the roof is sound and is free of weak spots. You should also take a look at the rain gutters and downspouts to ensure that they are diverting water away from the property.
If you live in an area where large wind gusts are common, you should consider installing window shutters. You can find various types, including those built to withstand hurricane-force winds.
If you are not taking storm preparedness seriously, it's time to start putting these tips into practice. Before you have to call a professional cleanup company to the rescue, you can avoid some potential problems.
Flood and Storm Damage
After a storm moves through the area, your home may suffer flood damage, wind damage, and more. The situation may leave your home or commercial building devastated. However, if you act quickly and contact the professionals right away, you can minimize the possibility of secondary damage while restoring anything that has suffered more serious problems.
Why Contact the Professionals?
Contacting the professionals at SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland means you have access to experienced and skilled individuals who have restored homes and commercial buildings through the years. They have access to the advanced equipment along with cutting-edge techniques to handle any storm flood damage that may occur.
After flooding has occurred, it isn’t unusual to find interior water damage to the kitchen cabinets, clothing, furniture, floors, ceilings, walls, and other areas in the building or home. If you don’t restore the property properly, flood damage can cause mold infestation and decay. There are several services you can count on the professionals to provide. These include:
- Prompt Response: These professionals understand that when you call for help with flood or storm related water damage, timing is critical. This is why they respond to any emergency quickly. The restoration process can begin right away, and the best and most efficient solutions will be used.
- Help with Insurance Claims: These professionals will offer a service that involves listing anything that was ruined during the flood or storm in a detailed list. They will also take an inventory of all the contents in every room.
- Use Professional Grade Tools and Equipment: In most cases, the rental equipment you get from the hardware store may not be able to handle the job effectively. These professionals have access to commercial grade equipment that will completely dry the affected areas to ensure the growth of mold is avoided.
- Removal: These professionals will carefully remove any contaminated or unsalvageable structures, such as window trim, door, drywall, padding, and carpeting.
Help with the Restoration Process
Before the professionals arrive at your property, you should remove any furniture or other valuable items like electronics, paintings, and more, until they are put in a safe place. You can also open the doors and windows to help increase the airflow in the home or building.
Proper Cleaning Areas Affected by Contaminated Water
Contaminated water can cause serious health problems for you and for your family. These professionals know the right way to clean the area with strong and effective antimicrobial products. They will also make sure that all affected surfaces and materials are addressed to ensure that no dangerous substances are left behind.
If flooding or other water-related issues arise, the best thing you can do is contact the professionals right away. Make sure you don’t put off calling SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland, as this is going to let help prevent the problem from getting worse and lead to even more issues. Being informed and knowing what to look for and consider is the best way to ensure serious problems don’t occur.
Every year, all over the country, catastrophic natural disasters wreak havoc on communities large and small.
Whether its a tornado, flooding, or hail damage, the effects of these colossal events can be felt across the nation.
In the midst of the chaos and stress caused by these happenings, it is easy for business and home owners to feel overwhelmed and lost.
SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland strives to put our customers at ease, guiding and supporting them through the STORM emergency process while providing education and knowledge on how to best navigate the situation.
So in the event that your home or business is involved in a STORM, you can rely on SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland (662) 846-1700 to turn a stressful situation into a manageable, professional experience.
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SERVPRO is Here to Help during this time of need
During this unprecedented time caused by the global pandemic of coronavirus, this is a reminder to our customers that we are specialists in cleaning services, and we adhere to the highest cleaning and sanitation standards.
We are prepared to clean and disinfect your home or business, according to protocols set forth by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. We have years of experience in dealing with biological contaminants, and we will go beyond the scope of work that regular janitorial staff perform on a daily basis.
The CDC encourages cleaning of high-touch surfaces such as counters, tabletops, doorknobs, light switches, bathroom fixtures, toilets, phones, keyboards, tablets and tables. Other spaces mentioned in the CDC’s guidance for commercial spaces include:
- Kitchen/Food Areas
- Retail Spaces
- Water Fountains
- Sales Counters
- Carpets and Rugs
- Stair Handrails
- Elevator Cars
- Playground Equipment
- Fitness Equipment
The CDC recommends usage of a labeled hospital-grade disinfectant with claims against similar pathogens to the coronavirus. Multiple products in the SERVPRO product line carry the EPA-approved emerging pathogens claims. While there is currently no product tested against this particular strain of the coronavirus, we are following all guidelines as provided by the CDC and local authorities.
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SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland is available 24 hours a day for water emergencies, large or small. When you are dealing with water damage, immediate action is crucial. A delay of just a few hours can greatly increase the severity of the water damage.
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We understand that when you call us, you may be feeling confused, stressed, and vulnerable. You need an expert to guide you through this crisis. SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland has the specific water damage training and experience to help you through this tough time. We specialize in water damage restoration—in fact, it's the cornerstone of our business.
What to Expect
When you call, we will ask several questions regarding your water damage emergency. These questions will help us determine what equipment and resources to bring, including how many trained SERVPRO Professionals may be needed.
Our SERVPRO Representative will ask several questions:
- Your name and contact information
- Your insurance information (if applicable)
- The street address of the water-damaged home or business
- When did the flooding or water damage occur?
- What caused the water damage (if known)?
- Is there electricity available (on-site)?
About SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland
SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland specializes in the cleanup and restoration of residential and commercial property after a fire, smoke or water damage event. Our staff is highly trained in property damage restoration. From initial and ongoing training at SERVPRO’s corporate training facility to regular IICRC-industry certification, rest assured our staff is equipped with the knowledge to restore your property.
For Immediate Service in Bolivar, Sunflower, or Washington County, Call SERVPRO
SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland provides 24-hour emergency service and is dedicated to being faster to any-sized disaster in Bolivar, Sunflower, and Washington County. We can respond immediately to your emergency and have the expertise to handle your restoration or cleaning needs.
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Whether your Bolivar, Sunflower, or Washington County home needs emergency flood damage or your upholstery cleaned, you can depend on us. Our technicians have extensive cleaning and restoration training and can make your property look its best. Learn more about our residential services:
- Water Damage Restoration
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There's never a convenient time for fire or Water damage to strike your Bolivar, Sunflower, or Washington County commercial property. Every hour spent cleaning up is an hour of lost revenue and productivity. So when the need arises for professional cleaning or emergency restoration services we have the training and expertise to respond promptly with highly trained technicians to get your property back to business.