Hurricane Damage Restoration

When Disaster Strikes, We Are Here For You

After a hurricane has impacted your property, it’s important to respond quickly. High-force winds can affect the integrity of the structure, while heavy rainfall and flooding can make your property susceptible to water damage. Mold can set in within 24-48 hours. 

If your property has been impacted by a hurricane, connect with us immediately. We’ll mitigate the spread of existing damage, extract water, and remove damaged materials. Once the area is clear, we’ll dry and dehumidify damaged areas before working to reconstruct your property to its pre-loss state. 

First Onsite Hurricane Restoration

When a hurricane is set to make landfall, our operations teams closely monitor the progression of the storm, determine accessibility of crews and resources to our clients in the area, and put a plan in place to deploy them as quickly as possible.

Learn more about our response to Hurricane Ian in the video below.

Find out how we can help you with our recovery and restoration services after a hurricane.

Work with us to create a disaster response plan that prepares your facility for property damage incidents like hurricanes and other severe storms. Together, we’ll think ahead, identifying at-risk areas while empowering your facilities teams to react with efficiency. This process will elicit a response that positions us to quickly mitigate and remediate your hurricane-related property damage and kick-start the reconstruction process with speed and efficiency.

It’s common to have broken windows, collapsed walls or loss of power after a hurricane. Our temporary solutions such as boarding up, temporary power, and climate control will keep you in operation while our teams work to restore your property.

It’s important to start the recovery and restoration processes as quickly as possible. We mobilize resources from our offices across North America to meet the needs of clients experiencing property damage because of a hurricane. This makes supporting you possible when demand is high, and we’ll scale to meet the needs of your specific loss.

Recovering from property damage shouldn’t be a struggle. Avoid having to deal with additional vendors by working with us. We’ll be your point of contact from start to finish, allowing you to breathe while we focus on the restoration process.


Creating a disaster response plan allows us to respond even more quickly and effectively. By meeting with you before any damage occurs, our teams can familiarize themselves with your property, identify important points of concern, and develop a customized plan tailored to your facility’s unique requirements. This preplanning helps us to equip you with the necessary resources to react rapidly when the need arises.

  • Create a response plan for any disaster
  • Establish a point of contact dedicated to you
  • Speed up response time and the restoration process as well as reduce the amount of downtime
  • Provide access to resources like storm preparation tips and information sessions

A Certified leader in property restoration

Discover the certifications and memberships we’ve received from third-party industry organizations.

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Let us help you prepare for the unexpected

When disaster strikes, knowing what to expect can make a world of difference. Discover what our specialists have to say about preparing for disaster, expediting recovery, and everything in between. We’re here to help, always.


Hurricane season typically goes from June 1 to November 30 for the Atlantic Ocean, and May 15 to November 30 for the Pacific Ocean.

Start with a disaster response plan and choose a disaster recovery company with deep experience and the necessary resources in the event your property is damaged by a hurricane. Being proactive and establishing a partnership with an experienced company is critical.

This all depends on the severity of the hurricane along with the level of damage, what kind of damage, and other considerations. We look at the restoration process as continuing until your building is safe to enter, with no further visible or hidden damage.