Wind Damage Restoration

Understanding the Complexity of Wind Damage Restoration:

Wind and storm damage restoration goes beyond mere repairs; it involves addressing deeper issues that can affect your home’s integrity and your family’s health. At Allied Mitigation, we recognize the profound impacts of storm damage, which can include water infiltration, persistent moisture, mold and mildew growth, structural decay, and compromised air quality. That’s why our comprehensive suite of services goes beyond surface-level fixes, incorporating water extraction, dehumidification, and thorough cleaning to ensure not only structural stability but also a healthy living environment for you and your loved ones.


Customized Solutions for Post-Weather Property Restoration

Restoring your home in the aftermath of severe weather requires a tailored approach, considering the diverse range of damage inflicted by different weather events:

  1. Thunderstorm Damage: Severe thunderstorms, often accompanied by winds exceeding 57 mph and hail, can cause significant roof damage.
  2. Lightning Strike Damage: Even indirect lightning strikes can disrupt electrical systems and damage major appliances.
  3. Hurricane Damage: Intense winds and heavy rainfall associated with hurricanes can result in extensive roof damage and flooding.
  4. Tornado and High Wind Damage: Tornadoes and extreme winds can uproot trees, causing them to collide with homes, and may even displace mobile homes from their foundations.


Prioritize Safety: Post-Storm Home Inspection Guidelines

After a severe weather event, conducting a property inspection requires caution to mitigate potential hazards. Here are essential safety tips to follow:


  1. Confirm that the storm has passed by checking local news updates.
  2. Equip yourself with protective gear such as rubber boots, gloves, and eye protection.
  3. Maintain a safe distance of at least 35 feet from downed power lines.
  4. Avoid inspecting in low light conditions.
  5. Steer clear of standing water to minimize the risk of electrical hazards or contamination.


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