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How Storms May Affect Your Home or Business

Over the last month, Northern Colorado and the surrounding areas have experienced some crazy storms. Are you aware how storms can or may affect your home or business? Our friends at ServPro have some tips on preparing for the storms to come:

When hearing about a storm approaching your area, a storm may call for high winds, rain, hail and/or snow. When you look at storms and what they consist of, you may wonder how it will or can affect your home or business. 

Trees near your home can be weakened by age or storms causing branches to bend and possibly break. This can cause damage to your home or roof. If you look at your trees and see branches that may need trimmed or cut out, contact a local company and have them assess your trees.

If you notice or are aware of a leak in your roof or windows, rain, hail or snow can find their way in through these spots and cause water damage to the inside of your home or business. Get these areas taken care of before water damage occurs.  

Your chimney can easily become packed with debris creating a blockage and they are a great place for animals to build their nest creating a bigger problem. Have your chimney cleaned out before spring rains or hail season in preparation for the stormy season.  

ServPro is a great contact for any of your cleanup or restoration needs should you require them, and watch out for the storms to come!


 

Posted 12:06 PM

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