Kissimmee Florida Area Storm, Hurricane, Tropical Storm Debris Cleanup Service

Hurricane & Storm Cleanup in Central Florida

If you live in Florida then you know we can get storms from June Through November. These storms range from seasonal storms to Tropical storms and Hurricanes. Here in Kissimmee alone in the last few years we have had multiple Hurricanes or Tropical Storms come through. These storms leave behind downed tree’s, Flooding , Debris and anything in between. If you are in need of storm cleanup and you live in Kissimmee or the surrounding area we can help.

We have the equipment to handle most cleanups as well as the means to repair your gardens and patios after the storm

Call 407-714-7534

What You Should Do After a Hurricane

Hurricanes are natural disasters that can wreak havoc on local communities such as Kissimmee. Living through the storm itself is a frightening experience, but the aftermath is where the work begins. Homeowners facing damage to their home and property often find the first few days after the storm to be the hardest and most overwhelming. 

Safety Comes First

You have made it through the storm, and now you are eager to get life back to normal. First, though, you must ensure your safety. The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends:

  • Avoid standing water
  • Don’t return to your home until you have been told it is safe
  • Drink bottled water
  • Wash your hands thoroughly or use a hand sanitizer after coming into contact with floodwater
  • Be aware of pests and animals, use DEET insect spray, and wear long-sleeved clothing and long pants to protect yourself. 
  • Don’t approach strange animals; they may be scared and aggressive
  • Use flashlights instead of candles if the power is out
  • Take precautions against carbon monoxide poisoning
  • Do not use a wet electrical device

Keeping yourself safe and healthy after a hurricane should be your priority. Once the danger has passed, it’s time to address getting back into your home, cleaning up, and looking into repairs. 

What to Do About Storm Damage to Your Home

You will want to get started on cleanup and repairs right away so you can get back into your home and get back to normal, but there are things you should do first.

 Before you begin any major cleaning up or repairs, it is vitally important that you document the damage thoroughly and immediately contact your insurance agent. Working with your agent from the beginning will help things go smoothly and avoid any of the pitfalls that happen when you tackle things on your own without support or guidance.

Obviously, you may handle some cleanup and minor repairs on your own, but it is important to report all damage, so there are no issues with reimbursement later.

Avoiding Scams After a Storm

Unfortunately, unscrupulous individuals and even businesses will try to take advantage of you during this time. Always be wary of people claiming to be from agencies or businesses who ask for any kind of personal or financial information. Be cautious of people soliciting your business for cleanup or repairs. Some companies take advantage of vulnerable homeowners and are happy to take your money and run or do shoddy work that does more harm than good.

Here are some steps to take to keep you safe from roofing and other repair scams:

  • Beware of contractors knocking on your door offering “great deals” or stating that a neighbor referred them to you
  • Beware of prices that seem too good to be true
  • Get at least two or three written estimates that include materials, labor, and other costs 
  • Work closely with your insurance adjuster
  • Always have a contract; never use a verbal agreement

Surviving the aftermath of a hurricane is challenging. Get plenty of support and keep friends and family aware of how you are doing. You may feel a great deal of anxiety, frustration, grief, and other emotions after a natural disaster, even if there were no injuries and only minor damage. This is normal, and it’s okay to seek support and help while processing and recovering from this trauma.