Hurricane Matthew has caused severe damage in Jacksonville Beach, Florida, and many homes were 1-2 inches under water. Flood rescuers are working on the St. Johns River, where the highest storm surge since 1846 has pushed water rescue to heights not seen since 1846.
The storm has reached the highest water level in Jacksonville Beach, Florida, since 1846, and bulkheads have been destroyed along the beach. A total of 43 homes were destroyed, 20 of which were washed into the sea, the Florida Department of Natural Resources said.
In the event of existing water damage, all building materials such as windows, doors, sills and exterior walls should be examined for signs of primary and secondary water damage and duly documented, communicated and documented. By using modern equipment and techniques for the rapid removal of water, we can ensure an immediate response around the clock, while monitoring the process of restoring water damage to ensure that the property of all damaged water is properly and thoroughly dried. The water extraction, cleaning and restoration processes also provide a comprehensive assessment of the property's ability to recover from water damage.
We are proud to provide you with the latest information on the water damage at Jacksonville Beach Florida and our response to it. We are grateful for your support in providing a safe, reliable and reliable water treatment facility in Jacksonville, Florida, and we are grateful for your feedback on the condition of your property and the progress of the water rehabilitation process.
In the following section, we will explain in detail the types of services we offer, as well as the current state of water damage at Jacksonville Beach. If you have had water damage from flooding or water leaks, SERVPRO has the expertise and expertise to repair flooded damaged homes in Jacksonville. We are an outstanding company in water treatment for the city of Jacksonville, Florida and the surrounding area. However, if the water is too deep for your equipment, you should not waste time reviving your damaged Florida home.
If sewage flows back - which needs cleaning up or if your property was flooded during the recent storm - we have crews who can help you restore your home or office completely. If you need an emergency rescue service, you have our crews stationed in Jacksonville Beach, Florida, so we can respond immediately to any crisis. For homes and businesses on Fleming Island that are affected by water damage, we offer immediate emergency assistance to prevent consequential damage and mold.
We are already helping residents and business owners of Spring Glen with excessive water and flood damage. SERVPRO Jacksonville South is locally owned and operated by local businesses, and we are also part of the Jacksonville community. We have already been able to help residents and business owners of Gate Parkway with an emergency water / flood damage. ServPRO Arlington and Jacksonville East are local owners and operators, but we are also available in Jacksonville Beach, Florida, as well as in our Westside and Orange Park, both locally owned and operated. We are being looked after by Jacksonville North and South, both currently under the control of Jacksonville Fire & Rescue, and we are already in action to help Fleming Island residents / businesses with excessive water and flood damage. ServPRO Atlanta and Fort Myers, Georgia; ServPro Arlington & Jacksonville, South; and Servpro Jacksonville - South are all local owners and operators, so they are also under our control in Florida.
The most obvious damage caused by lightning strikes on homes and property in Jacksonville is fire, and we offer fire recovery because we understand that fire is a disaster that can leave a lasting mark. We are a restoration company that has long helped people in Jacksonville, Florida, and other parts of Florida rebuild their lives.
Water damage occurs when water is unhygienic, stagnant water has been left untouched or professional water damage remediation work has been delayed. Primary water damage is defined as "water damage that occurs within a home or property due to water in the home installation, electrical system and / or electrical wiring, while secondary water damage occurs when material remains moist for an extended period of time.
Whatever the cause, the costs will increase exponentially, and it is best to hire an experienced water and damage restorer to minimize costs and limit damage. Costs can also be influenced by the materials and equipment needed to renovate your home.
The Florida Department of Environmental Protection and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission can help you repair water and damage, as can the Jacksonville Beach Fire Department and other local agencies.
If you need help with storm and hurricane damage from your policy holder, Public Adjusters of Jacksonville, you have the ability to steer you in the right direction and help you if needed. In Jacksonville, we do this through our insurance, known as our Jacksonville adjusters, and they will claim storm damage for you. Storm and hurricane damage can affect public regulators if you are involved as a property and / or policy holder.