March saw Severe Weather & Flood Safety Awareness Week in South Carolina.
We don’t need to tell you why its lessons are so important this year. The commemoration has passed, but as summer approaches, take a moment to get reacquainted with severe weather and flood safety awareness in South Carolina.
Get ready. Prepare an emergency kit and develop an emergency plan with your family.
Watch & listen. Pay attention to media reports. A severe weather watch means a weather event is possible or likely in your area. A warning means severe weather is imminent or occurring. It requires immediate action.
Act quickly. When faced with heavy rain or flooding events, move to higher ground and stay there. Always heed evacuation orders. Never wade or drive into floodwater.
Your family’s wellbeing is our first priority. But if a storm damages your home or business, Catastrophe Service will restore your property quickly and safely.
Our specialty is South Carolina storm damage repair and restoration. From wind and water damage to mold, biohazards, and other dangers caused by severe weather, Catastrophe Services will restore your property to its previous condition or better.
Do you have questions about storm damage repair in SC or Augusta, GA? Give us a call at 800-952-6106. And, in the meantime, stay safe.