This is a high energy storm and we plan to work hard to help local residents salvage their homes from possible water damage
Washington, D.C. (PRWEB) October 30, 2012
The licensed, insured and professional Atlanta water damage crew of StructureMedic traveled to Washington, D.C. on Monday, October 29th to respond to the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, which has been labeled a Category 2 storm. The National Hurricane Center reported that Hurricane Sandy is one of the worst storms the East Coast has experienced in a while and could possibly become a “perfect storm” by the time it reaches the northern states.
“We’ve been informed that people have already been affected badly by this storm,” states Stephen Elliott, founder of StructureMedic, natural disaster restoration company. “As soon as we discovered the direction of the hurricane, we traveled from Atlanta to D.C. as fast as we could. We knew our water damage services would be needed immediately.”
StructureMedic has more than 30 years of experience in water damage, fire damage, smoke damage and mold removal in the southeast. Whenever horrible weather or a storm such as Hurricane Sandy occurs, the StructureMedic team travels to places such as D.C. and Baltimore with emergency response vehicles fully equipped with dehumidification units, fans, extractors and safety equipment.
StructureMedic provides the following services: water extraction, deodorization and sanitizing, wall and contents drying, flood damage cleanup, professional dehumidification, mold removal, mildew prevention and more. StructureMedic is available 24/7 and travels wherever services are needed. In the case of Hurricane Sandy, Stephen Elliott and his team will be in the D.C. and Baltimore regions until Friday, November 2nd. “This is a high energy storm and we plan to work hard to help local residents salvage their homes from possible water damage,” says Elliott.
In addition to StructureMedic, Elliott also owns Elemental Disaster Relief, which services the Atlanta area whenever “disasters strike.” Elemental Disaster Relief provides the same services as StructureMedic. If Hurricane Sandy has affected you, call 1-800-764-4613 or 301-686-4133. For more information about Stephen Elliott and his team, visit his DC water damage website.