No matter what the future brings to Edgewater and the Miami Beach area, SERVPRO® of Miami Beach will be here to help our residents and business owners weather any storm. We have supported restoration efforts for many major storms, and we have the experience and equipment necessary to efficiently return your property to preloss condition.
When your home or commercial business has a storm damage emergency, SERVPRO® of Miami Beach is ready to respond 24-hours a day. Call us today at 305-532-5411. We’ll restore your storm damage in Miami Beach, “Like it never even happened.”
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According to an article published in the online news source, The Nation, by the end of this century, Florida will be underwater. The report states that the sea level in Florida had risen 2.8 inches since 1992 and could rise to another 2.8 feet by 2060. SERVPRO® of Miami Beach has been mitigating flood and storm damage for years in North Bay Village and our emergency response team is on call 24 hours a day.
This year, 2020, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) predicted multiple climate factors which indicated an above-normal Atlantic hurricane season this year, with a sixty percent chance for an above-normal season. The NOAA expected between thirteen to nineteen named storms, between six to ten hurricanes, and anywhere from three to six major hurricanes.
So far during this strange hurricane season, we have met storms Arthur, Bertha, Cristobal, Dolly, Edouard, and Fay. SERVPRO® of Miami Beach wants Miami Beach residents to know that we will respond to any size storm damage emergency you may have, and we are available 24 hours a day, every day, to respond to your call.
SERVPRO of Miami Beach sends storm damage away
SERVPRO® of Miami Beach is part of the neighborhood. The owners and the employees live and work next to the people who live and work in Miami Beach. When storms rip through the area, it is our homes, our businesses, our neighborhoods that suffer from storm damage. When disasters drench Miami, we are Here to Help® our neighbors.
SERVPRO of Miami Beach is Ready to Restore After Storms
When storms strike, damage can happen quickly and e catastrophic. SERVPRO of Miami Beach is ready to help you make it "Like it never even happened," no matter the size or cause of damage.
When Storms Are Present Let SERVPRO of Miami Beach Be Your First Call!
When storm damage wreaks havoc over Miami and Miami Beach, let SERVPRO of Miami Beach be your first responders.
Whether it be a sub pump flood, trees on your roof, AC condensation leaks, mold in your climate control building, we are here to help!
When It Comes To Standing Water SERVPRO of Miami Beach is Here!
Summer time...the warm weather...the fun activities...and oh, yeah, flooded homes.
Summer storms can cause your electricity to go out, which can cause your sub pump to fail...which brings you the joy of having to deal with a flooded basement. Our service technicians aren't afraid to do the dirty work and make sure the damage doesn't hurt any other systems in your home (much like this risk pictured here).
Storm Damage Playing Hide & Seek
Storm damage seems to have a way of making some unwanted additions to your home. For instance, a storm punctured a hole in a bathroom ceiling in the Miami home. This sizable crater looks like a makeshift skylight, if you ask us. These inconvenient losses to your home can cause a lot of frustration, which is why we make the restoration process so simple!
ALERT! Flash Flooding This Summer
The official start of summer is almost here, but it's important to remember that summer brings more storms with it. Flash floods are more common in the spring, but more storms in the summer means a higher possibility for flash flooding.
HEPA Vacuuming - Proper Attire!
SERVPRO of Miami Beach protects its workers! Here a technician dons protective gear while HEPA vacuuming in the deepest part of a corner during mold remediation microcleaning activities. HEPA vacuuming is the safest way to remove contaminated debris -- the HEPA makes sure that contamination does not escape from the vacuum and re-enter the breathable space.