Kentucky Storm Damage Repairs

Kentucky Storm Damage Repair and Cleanup

Kentucky see’s it fair share of storms that cause property damage to home owners. Every year millions of dollars in insurance claims are filed for storm damage within the state. No one ever expects their home or business to be damaged in a storm, but sometimes nature bring devastation our way. Storms can tale many different forms, from simple storms with high winds and heavy rains, to hurricanes, to tornadoes, to hail storms and even snow storms can cause massive property damage. Flooding can be the result of a storm, causing immense property damage, damage that is not covered unless the home owner has a flood rider policy. Storms can easily damage your roof, by tearing them off completely or some singles, this exposing the wood underneath to water damage and casing your roof to leak. Storms can also rip off or damage your homes siding, exposing your walls to the elements, leading to further damage. Storms can knock trees into your home, break your windows, damage your door, even cause flooding of your basement. Needless to say storms can cause a lot of property damage, property damage that needs to be death with as soon as possible. Storm damage if left unattended, can get worse over time, especially any water damage, or damage which exposes your homes building materials to water and the elements. Following a storm a home owner survey their property as best as they can, including their roof singles, windows, mailbox, windows, siding, garage and or sheds and gutters, foundation, as well as making sure your basement has not flooded.These areas of the home or business are the most likely to suffer from storm damage. Should you find storm damage to your property it is best to call a profession storm damage restoration professional that can quickly repair the damages, as storm damage can get worse as time passes if it is not repaired quickly.

We of Kentucky is your local and trusted storm damage restoration contractor. We have 30 years of extensive experience in restoring both residential and commercial properties that have sustained storm damage of any type. Since storms can strike at any time, we maintain 24/7 business operation, in order to offer you emergency service at any time day or night. We can be on scene with in an hour or less of your call for assistance. We have been on the ground following every major storm in the state, restoring peoples properties back to pre loss condition. We offer a full range of disaster relief services, including complete structural repairs, debris removal, temporary utilities, content repair and restoration of storm damaged personal possessions as at our off site content restoration facility, pump outs, water extraction, dehumidification, mold prevention, emergency board ups, window replacement, emergency temporary roof tarps and the removal of fallen tree’s. Our years of experience and our record of success combined with our rapid response time has earned us FEMA contractor approved status.


We is an IICRC certified and compliant contractor, which stands for The Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification. The standards of the IICRC are among the most stringent in the industry, and we not only meet these standards, we exceed them. Our outstanding record of customer satisfaction has also earned us an A rating with the Better Business Bureau of the United States. Customer satisfaction is our highest priority, at We no job is complete until our customers are 100% satisfied with the results. We also have a best price guarantee, no one can beat our price or level of service. Our commitment and expertise and record of success has made us an industry leader in storm damage repairs and storm damage restoration. If you have been the victim of storm damage call We today for a free storm damage assessment.

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