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Storm damage tips

5/28/2019 (Permalink)

This was a storm damage to the homeowners roof which made the ceiling inside of their home to cave in. As seen in the photo our technician is checking for moisture all around the affected area. In order to be ready for any storm, we should all be as prepared as we can by beginning to set up an emergency plan for your business or home. You’ll first want to evaluate which scenarios are most likely to occur—and those that are a long shot but could still happen. After all, it’s better to prepare for all the worst-case scenarios and not be caught off guard. 

There are plenty of online resources to help guide you through this process, including Ready.gov, the American Red Cross, FEMA and the CDC.

A business impact analysis (BIA) can be performed to help predict the potential effect a disaster may have on your business. This should include lost or delayed sales and income, increased expenses from repairs, and delayed implementation of business plans. Don’t forget to make sure a crisis communications plan is in place, too. Come visit us on www.SERVPROnwbkfd.com 

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