It can be overwhelming to deal with the aftermath of a natural disaster, whether it’s strong winds and rain or hurricane storm damage. You risk losing clients and revenue every hour your business is closed. Depending on the type of storm damage you receive, you may face secondary issues such as water damage, mold growth, or electrical surges. In addition to vandalism and content damage, external factors can also threaten additional loss.
Our Process for Commercial Storm Cleanup
What makes Revive the best choice for commercial storm damage restoration?
We Provide 24/7 Emergency Services
Revive is equipped with a network of strategically positioned storm teams in the event of a bad storm or any other natural disaster. A 24-hour, 365-day-a-year service.
The Best Technicians In The Industry
A highly trained team of technicians is on hand to assist with disaster recovery. Our storm teams and large-loss divisions are qualified to handle disasters of any size.
We Are The Industry Leader In Cleaning And Restoration
With over 15 years of experience, we’re a trusted leader in the restoration industry.
Insurance Claims Process Made Easier
For a faster, easier insurance claims process, Revive can assist you with the necessary paperwork.
On every storm restoration project we perform, we provide on-site meetings and written weekly updates to all parties.
Getting to your building as quickly as possible will allow us to address any damage as soon as possible. As soon as you call, we’ll be there right away. Within 60 minutes. Some companies take hours. For us, this is simply not acceptable!
Types of Commercial Properties We Restore
Types of Storm Damage That Each Storm Brings
Generally, rain shouldn’t be an issue for your property (unless your roof is in bad shape), but hard rain, in a short period, can cause flooding.
There is no escaping the force of nature when it comes to high winds. In a matter of minutes, they can wreck property. In addition to tearing off a roof and breaking out windows, the wind can also damage anything outside your home.
From 2010 to 2015, Florida had no earthquakes above a magnitude of three, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. Although Florida is near the Caribbean Plate, it does not have fault lines. So luckily, earthquakes are not common in Florida. However, most earthquake damage is caused by the shaking of your property’s structure. Regardless of the damage to your building, we can help.
It is the extremely high winds and flying debris that causes the majority of tornado damage. The damage from tornadoes can be devasting. Some tornadoes are capable of removing buildings right from their foundations. Florida has two tornado seasons each year.
Lightning strikes buildings or the ground more often than we think, even though it doesn’t seem common. Fire and smoke damage caused by lightning can be handled by the Revive team.
Generally, hail melts in Florida before it gets to the ground. But, it’s still possible. Small hail won’t bother you, but baseball-sized hail can damage the structure of your home, even tearing it apart when it hits your home.