Disaster Relief

How to Prepare Your Home for a Hurricane

Posted by Chris Dunkin & filed under Disaster Relief, News.

Hurricane Harvey was a Category 4 that made landfall in August 2017.  Unfortunately, natural disasters have lasting effects on those involved. For instance, the loss of roofs, flooding, power, and even life. Hurricane Harvey was the most recent, but not the first. There have been catastrophic storms that have hit the United States in the… Read more »

Portable Air Offering Aid to Families in TX Affected by Hurricane Harvey

Posted by Chris Dunkin & filed under Disaster Relief, News.

Hurricane Harvey turned into a Category 4 hurricane and made landfall on August 25, 2017, in Rockport, Texas and caused severe damage and life threatening flooding to much of the Texas coast and Houston. Our thoughts and prayers have been with our staff, their families, their friends, and everyone involved in the devastating natural disaster.

6 Steps To Combat Water Damage

Posted by Stephanie Hefler & filed under Disaster Relief.

Dehumidifiers are a great tool to use when your business has suffered from water damage. When assessing the damage, it can be overwhelming to determine what type of dehumidifier you will need and how many dehumidifiers you will need. Here are six steps to help you determine what size dehumidifier you will need and how… Read more »

How to Handle Water Damage with Dehumidification

Posted by Stephanie Hefler & filed under Dehumidifiers, Disaster Relief.

Water damage can occur suddenly and unexpectedly for many different reasons including on site pipe damage or leaking, backed up plumbing, storm damage, flooding, or any type of accidental spills, and unfortunately, water damage can occur in almost any location, whether that be a home or business. Depending on the severity and amount of water… Read more »

Disaster Relief: How Can We Be Prepared?

Posted by Travis Hefler & filed under Disaster Relief.

Catastrophic weather or other natural disasters can have an extraordinarily devastating effects felt by those involved in the days and weeks after an incident occurs.  After the immediate concerns of health and safety have been addressed, attention switches to emergency shelter, power, and climate control for those displaced by the crisis.

3 Things That Help With Water Damage

Posted by Travis Hefler & filed under Disaster Relief.

In light of recent flooding and devastating conditions being endured by the citizens of Baton Rouge, Lafayette, Alexandria and the entire state of Lousianna, thoughts and prayers are certainly with the families effected there. Once immediate concerns of safety have been addressed, attention quickly turns to rebuilding and restoration. Below are 3 of our top lines… Read more »

Portable Power and Temperature Control for Disaster Relief

Posted by Rick Mark & filed under Disaster Relief, Generators.

When disasters occur, the first thing with which most people are concerned is life. We seek to keep people alive by provide food, shelter, water, and medical supplies and attention as needed, depending upon the circumstances. Power loss during and after these events also leaves people at the mercy of temperatures, and this is an… Read more »

How Water Damage Can Affect A Building

Posted by Rick Mark & filed under Disaster Relief, Equipment Sales.

Flooding can take place in almost no time at all. Whether it’s from a natural flood or a broken pipe, the damage can take place in a matter of moments, and if you don’t act quickly and take the right steps to dry out your building, water saturation can cause serious, costly issues. Here are… Read more »