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In the Event of Severe Weather, Are You Prepared?

4/4/2017 (Permalink)

Storm Damage In the Event of Severe Weather, Are You Prepared? SERVPRO of Marshall County's team of trained professionals are ready to help in the event of severe weather and damage to your property.

According to www.ready.gov/severe-weather, “Severe weather can happen anytime, in any part of the country. Severe weather can include hazardous conditions produced by thunderstorms, including damaging winds, tornadoes, large hail, flooding and flash flooding, and winter storms associated with freezing rain, sleet, snow and strong winds.”

Many news organizations and preparedness programs encourage you to have resources available in case of severe weather.

  • Is your cell phone fully charged? Do you have a backup battery fully charged?

  • Do you have a flashlight with good batteries easy to find?

  • Do you have a weather radio or another battery-powered radio ready for use?

These are just some of the suggestions of how to help you be prepared in case of severe weather. You can download more resources at www.ready.gov/severeweather or other sites on the internet.

In the event that severe weather leaves your home or business in a disaster, prepare now for how to restore your property to “Like it never even happened.”

Our team at SERVPRO of Marshall County hope you never have to face such a situation, but in the horrible reality that you do, we encourage you to trust our team of trained professionals to help you in your crisis.

Be prepared to keep you and your family safe before a storm occurs. If the storm leaves your property in a mess, we hope you will call the trustworthy and caring team at SERVPRO of Marshall County at 256.891.0177 to help restore your property.

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