Recent Storm Damage Posts

When Storms or Floods hit Ozaukee County SERVPRO is Ready

2/11/2020 (Permalink)

SERVPRO of Ozaukee County specializes in storm and flood damage restoration.  Our crews are highly trained and we use specialized equipment to restore your property to its pre-storm condition.

Faster Response:

Since we are locally owned and operated, we are able to respond quicker with the right resources, which is extremely important. A fast response lessens the damage, limits further damage, and reduces the restoration cost.

Resources to Handle Floods and Storms:

When storms hit SERVPRO of Ozaukee County, we can scale our resources to handle a large storm or flooding disaster. We can access equipment and personnel from a network of over 1,700 Franchises across the country and elite Disaster Recovery Teams that are strategically located throughout the United States.

Have Storm or Flood Damage? Call SERVPRO of Ozaukee County Today at 262-242-8888.

Storm Damage Cleanup

2/11/2020 (Permalink)

If you live in Mequon, Thiensville, Grafton, Cedarburg, Fredonia, Port Washington, Belgium, Saukville, Ulao, Hamilton, Holy Cross, Lake Church, Decker, Lakefield, Knellsville, Little Kohler,  Dacada or any nearby area, you are in luck!  The reason is because SERVPRO of Ozaukee County is as close as your backyard and ready to assist you with Storm Damage.  Just call 262-242-8888 and we will come out to your property and assess the damage that the recent storm caused.  We will coordinate with your insurance company to make sure that the paper work goes smoothly.

Storms can wreak havoc on your home or property and you’ll want the damage cleaned up as soon as possible to prevent any secondary damage.  SERVPRO of Ozaukee County is experienced in Storm Damage.  We have the right people, the right equipment, and because we live in the neighborhood, we understand what you are going through because we went through it too.  When you hire SERVPRO of Ozaukee County, you’ll find people who care and who have the right resources to assist with any size job.  We will be there for you day or night.  Just call 262-242-8888.  

A Storm is Coming

2/6/2020 (Permalink)

The TV Weather Forecasters are pretty good at predicting stormy weather.  Pay attention to the areas where the storm is going to hit and take all the normal precautions.  

When the storm is really big and there is a chance that you may have to evacuate, make sure that you have your cell phone charged up and your cell phone charger with you.  You should also have a contact person who can receive phone calls from you and distribute your important information to others who may need it.  The contact person should be someone who is not in the affected area. 

If you don't have to evacuate, make sure that all your windows and doors are closed properly.  You may want to get some sand bags and put them in places that will keep the rain from coming in. If your home has a sump pump, check it to make sure that it is working and is plugged in.   

You might want to make up an emergency bag with equipment like flash lights and batteries.  Make sure that each person in the house has a flashlight and that there are lots of batteries. You should make sure that you have enough water for a couple of days for you and your family.  You may need water to drink, cook, or even bathe.  If you have prescription drugs that are running low, check with your pharmacy to see if they will let you refill them ahead of the storm.  

The best thing you can do is to be prepared.  If you need help after the storm, call SERVPRO of Ozaukee County at 262-242-8888 and we will help you dry out your structure.

Storms, Storms Everywhere

12/30/2019 (Permalink)

The TV channel you watch says that a storm is coming.  What should you do?  First of all, don't panic.  Second of all, listen to all the warnings and follow directions.  If you are asked to evacuate, don't hesitate.  Evacuate! 

If it looks like a lot of rain is coming, do all the obvious things first: make sure that all your windows and doors are closed properly.  You may want to get some sand bags and put them in places that will keep the rain from coming in.  Be sure to check your sump pump to make sure that it is working and plugged in.   

This would be a good time to check your flash lights and batteries.  Make sure that each person in the house has a flashlight and that there are lots of batteries. Make sure that you have supplies, especially water, for a couple of days for you and your family just in case you can't get out right away.  If you have prescriptions that are running low, you may want to fill them ahead of the storm.  

The best thing you can do is be prepared.  If after all that preparation water still gets into your house, call SERVPRO of Ozaukee County at 262-242-8888 and we will dry out your structure.