With Hurricane season upon us its always important to be prepared for the "when it happens" not the "what if". It is inevitable that if you live along the cost or within a few hundred miles of it you will ultimately meet one of natures most forceful powers. With thousands of articles written every year in regards to hurricanes what new information can we learn?
SERVPRO of NE Greenville County has learned many things while traveling the country and providing clean-up services from hurricanes Katrina, Sandy to massive flooding in Louisiana and the South and North Carolina coastal regions.
What we have learned is simple. Number one is people wait to late to vacate their residences and property. Number two those that stay typically do not have enough water on hand to make it but a few days. Number three individuals do not take into account just how long they may be without power, water or any other necessity that they may need to live.
Storms are always devastating in one way or another, but they do not have to be compounded by the will to wait it out. The only tip that matters in the world of a hurricane is to pack up and hit the road. This ensures you and the civilian workers safe passage so that you may be able to restore your place to "Like it never even happened." condition.
SERVPRO of NE Greenville is always here to help.