ESPO Fire & Water and Response Team 1 are the emergency restoration experts, with decades of experience in cleanup and disaster recovery. Our project manager will assemble a team of professionals whose main goal is to get your property back to normal as quickly as possible.
When we promptly respond to your call after a storm has hit your home or business, our first priority is to remove debris and provide temporary cover to secure your property.
Our project manager determines the possible damage caused by wind, water and debris. If needed, we will dry out and then restore your home or business. We will keep you informed of our progress at every step and coordinate with your insurance company to smoothly facilitate the recovery process.
What We Do:
- On-Site Cleanup
- Temporary Weather-Resistant Roof Covers
- Emergency Board-Up and Securing of Property
- Storm Debris Cleanup and Tree Removal
- Full Service Damage Repair & Reconstruction
- Water Extraction & Content Drying
Response Team 1 and ESPO Fire & Water are known for safe, effective restoration and reconstruction work. Call us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for immediate assistance with your storm damage repair needs.
What You Can Do:
When your property is damaged by a storm you will want to start the clean-up process immediately, but don’t do it by yourself. Often, it requires a professional team such as ESPO Fire & Water can provide to restore your home or business to its original state without delay.
Here are some key tips on how to deal with a storm cleanup situation:
- Don’t touch fallen or low-hanging wires of any kind under any circumstances. Stay away from puddles with wires in/near them. Do not touch trees or other objects in contact with power lines.
- Call police or utility companies immediately to report hazards such as downed power lines, broken gas or water mains, overturned gas tanks, etc.
- Don’t turn on computers, TVs, stereos, or other electrical appliances until they have been cleaned and checked.
- Do not operate charcoal grills, propane camping stoves or generators indoors.
- Open windows for ventilation, if weather permits.
- If the heat is off in the winter, pour antifreeze in toilet bowls, tanks, tubs and sinks to prevent freeze damage.
- If electricity is off, empty refrigerators and freezers and prop the doors open with a rolled towel or newspaper for air circulation.
Espo Fire and Water is a Response Team 1 company and we are committed to helping people get life back to normal after a disaster. With decades of experience in quickly responding to large commercial and residential losses and community weather events, Response Team 1 serves the continental U.S. from 30 strategic locations. For more information visit www.responseteam1.com.