Once again hurricane season is coming fast and symposiums have started teaching lessons learned from years past. All country and local officials are dusting off the hurricane plans to start looking, planning and communicating with other professionals who can provide supplies or efforts to bring recovery actions back to normal quickly. As business owners, you… Read more »
Before Hurricane Harvey was just like any other hurricane scare in the past that I’ve ever experienced meaning I’m going to prepare but I won’t overdo it. It’s probably going to miss us and if it does, it won’t cause much havoc. I’ve lived through a lot of scares but never a direct hit. I… Read more »
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 »
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.
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 »