What to Do Following a Hurricane

Even though the damaging winds and pounding rains of a hurricane may have passed, there is still danger to affected residents. If you have been forced to evacuate your home, before returning home you should check with the local authorities to find out if your neighborhood is safe to return…

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Jarvis in Nashville to assist with flooding cleanup

A leading national disaster response company is now in the Nashville Tennessee area to assist with flooding cleanup. Jarvis Property Restoration of Harrison Township Michigan is a company that specializes in responding to large catastrophes caused by storm damage. First responders from Jarvis Disaster Recovery team were dispatched on Sunday,…

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Dangerous Floods in East Coast

Meteorologists predicted extremely dangerous floods in the Northeast, as well as the wettest month of March several places had ever seen, and the second huge storm in the span of only two weeks drenched the East Coast. Commuters were told by the National Weather Service to get ready to travel…

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  • Frequently Asked Questions about Water Damage and Flooding Disasters

    Does Hurricane Insurance Cover Flooding

    Hurricane coverage will often cover water damage that is a direct result of the peril of the water damage that enters the home, driven by wind, or other entry points. Many insurance companies, provide exclusions for secondary flooding (rivers, water swells that result from heavy rains with hurricanes.

    How Quickly Will Black Mold from Water Damage in Florida?

    The rate of black mold growth will vary depending on the exposed surface and moisture exposure. Generally properties in Florida experience faster mold growth due to the high levels of humidity.

    Does My Insurance Company Cover Water Damage From Sprinkler Outdoor Systems

    Broken sprinkler lines are a leading cause of water damage disasters. These types of water losses are generally covered by insurance coverage, but your exact policy language will dictate your coverage eligility.

    What is meant by urgency to start mitigation to prevent secondary damage?

    Most property insurance companies have specific language in their policy that require property owners to work quickly to mitigate their water damage in an effort to prevent additional secondary damage (water damage, mold growth, structural issues.