Storm Damage

Although severe weather can cause water damage or fire damage at any time, certain months and seasons are more likely than others. Review our severe weather awareness calendar to prepare for and prevent severe weather damage to your home or business. Restoration Local is the largest...

Hurricane Arthur kicked off the 2014 hurricane season and packed quite a punch last week. Thankfully, no casualties were reported when this Category 2 beast roared ashore, but it did cause quite a bit of damage. North Carolina took the brunt of the hurricane winds...

Cleanup continues after a disastrous and deadly mudslide in Washington state. On March 22, 2014, a mudslide covered an area of about one square mile, killing 39 with 4 still missing. Our hearts and prayers go out to their surviving families. As previously posted, mudslides are...

For most of us, tornado season runs April to October.  The Midwest is known for tornadoes and tornado alley, but tornadoes can spring up just about anywhere if conditions are right.   Not much is known about tornadoes except that they commonly appear when moist, warm...

A historic ice storm is expected to slam the southeast over the next few days.  Weather forecasters say to expect downed trees, power outages, road closures, airline delays and cancellations.  A state of emergency has been issued for the entire state of Georgia, North and...

As we watch our daily local news and weather reports, we are often inundated with various terms that conspire to leave us at the very least confused, and at the worst, woefully misinformed about current conditions. Two of the most confusing are the terms “watch”...