Restoring Your Home After A Major Storm

Restoring Your Home After A Major Storm

Posted: Oct 16, 2020 2:51 PM

Many Lafayette residents are dealing with the aftermath of recent floods due to Hurricane Delta. Weeks, months and possibly years after leaks and flooding occurs, new problems can arise from improper or incomplete restoration. Ryan will discusses tips viewers can use ahead of a future severe storm that can help prevent flood damage to their homes. He will also offer insight on what to do if your car or home is damaged due to Hurricane Delta.


- Check for any fallen trees or debris outside the home, on the property or near cars.
- Ensure there has been no damage to the roof of your home (very carefully, and after the weather has passed)
- Walk through your whole property, make sure fences or any other buildings on your property are structurally sound
- Make sure any vehicles parked outside have not been damaged by debris


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