New Dorp Beach, NY (PRWEB) January 08, 2014
Nick Randazzo, a resident of New Dorp Beach on the south shore of Staten Island, is finally getting his home back on track with the help of 911 Restoration after a year of receiving inadequate funds and insurance money. Randazzo's home was severely flooded during Hurricane Sandy when the windows and doors could no longer keep the rising water outside at bay. By the time the storm had passed, Randazzo had nine feet of water in his basement. Even with some federal funds and insurance money, Randazzo still fell significantly short of the total repair cost necessary to restore the significant damage sustained to his home. The just released private funds came to the rescue, filling the financial gap so that restoration could finally get underway. The funding for the program comes from a variety of charities and foundations that have made large contributions to help New York residents still in need.
911 Restoration's expert flood damage technicians are currently in the New Dorp Beach home carefully assessing the damage and taking the necessary steps to get construction underway. From thoroughly removing all traces of remaining moisture to carefully separating and storing any undamaged items, 911 Restoration is dedicated to getting Mr. Randazzo's home back in shape. Mold can be an especially troubling problem when flooded areas are not completely dried in a timely manner. The company's mold removal experts are conducting thorough inspections to ensure that any mold that has formed in the basement in the past year is removed safely.
As more funding continues to be disseminated among those still in need, 911 Restoration will be leading the way in New York providing essential water restoration services to more and more homes in the area. With Hurricane Sandy striking over a year ago, the situation presents a unique challenge given the length of time many homes have been left unattended. In addition to mold inspections, 911 Restoration crews are paying special attention to any structural damage that long-term exposure to moisture may have caused in the interim so that these homes are completely safe and fully restored to their pre-storm conditions.
Hurricane Sandy's path of destruction affected countless homes in New York, and while it is unfortunate that so many people have been unable to secure adequate insurance money and have been left waiting, 911 Restoration is honored to be a part of the ongoing recovery process. With crews working 24/7 throughout the state, many will be getting their new year off to a great start with the help of new private funding and 911 Restoration.