After every major storm that comes through, you probably see ads for storm damage restoration. Maybe you haven't needed it in the past, and you do now, or worry that you will in the future. In that case, it might be useful to know what kinds of help is offered by these services. Please note that some services may depend on the area you live in and the type of inclement weather you typically face.
Water and Moisture Removal
Getting water out of your home as quickly as possible is extremely important to mitigating the damage done by flooding. The longer a structure has water in it, the more damage sets in. Wood can swell and warp, non-colorfast colors can leech and stain, fungus and molds can set it. It happens more quickly than you might think. The longer there is water in your home, the more expensive, extensive, and time-consuming the repairs will be.
Storms that come with high winds or hail can damage your roof. High winds can tear off shingles or tiles, hail can shatter and dent them, and blown debris or limbs can rake across your roof. Damage to the outer structure can also sometimes cause unseen damage to the sheathing- this is the undermost, wooden layer of your roof. Whereas the asphalt shingles are somewhat flexible and may not show much damage, underneath the sheathing may be cracked and weakened, which can cause you problems the next time a storm moves through.
Strong winds and hail can also damage glass windows. Strong winds can carry debris into windows, like tree limbs. Particularly strong winds can actually break windows in their own right. Sometimes this can also damage the frame and/or lintel. It's important to have someone who knows where to source the right windows to replace what's broken, and install it correctly, in order to get your house back in order.
Commercial Storm Damage Restoration
Businesses can just as damaged during storms as homes can, but businesses may have different needs. They often use different types of doors and windows, to start, as well as roofing and internal furnishings. Many of these companies also handle commercial storm damage because they know that businesses, restaurants, and office spaces have different restoration and repair needs than residences.
There's many more services, the point of this is not to exhaustively list individual services so much as demonstrate that that these companies are knowledgeable in a wide variety of repairs that might be needed to handle the aftermath of a large storm.
If you need more information, contact experts such as those at Perfect Home Restoration.