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Do You Have Storm or Water Damage from Hurricane Eta?

Master Restoration Disaster Relief is Available 24/7

Did you sustain storm or water damage from Hurricane Eta?

If so, time is of the essence.

Not only will water continue to damage your home or office and it’s contents, but within 24 hours mold and mildew will start growing. This not only can do further damage to your residence or business but also can increase the risk of serious health issues.

Because of the immediate nature of this problem, Master Restoration’s emergency response team is on call 24/7 to start addressing these issues before they become worse.

Our team of highly trained professionals are experts at post-storm water damage restoration:

  • We extract the standing water or sewage from the flooded areas, working quickly to avoid further damage.
  • Our mold remediation specialists then get to work,  controlling and even stopping the growth and spread of toxic mold and mildew.
  • If carpeting and flooring are salvageable, our experts will clean and sanitize it.
  • Finally, our team will remove and dispose of all damaged and unsalvageable items, leaving your home or office safe and biohazard free.

Call us at 727-433-1474 for an immediate response and estimate.

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Let Us Handle the Insurance Stress

Dealing with storm or water damage is already hard enough without adding the stress of dealing with insurance on top of it. Which is why Master Restoration is here to help you every step of the way. It’s our job to make an initial assessment, gather evidence, work with your insurance, clean up and restore your damaged home or business back to the condition that it was before.

Master Restoration will handle everything for you. If it’s determined you should request an insurance claim, the only thing you have to do is call in the claim. We work with all major insurance companies, and our representative will be happy to begin loss prevention for you immediately, including taking all the needed documentation & pictures for your claim.

Our Insurance Guarantee: After our thorough investigation of your property you determine to make an insurance claim, Master Restoration will not charge you if your insurance carrier denies the claim.

Storm Flooding and Damage Help and FAQ

What can I do to prepare before the storm?

If you are still preparing for the storm, we suggest you take a look at our Hurricane Supply Checklist and our Disaster Preparation Checklist. Together they will help you get all the supplies you might need to weather the storm and also help you document everything you might need if you have to make an insurance claim or have repair work done.

What can I do to prepare before the storm?

If you are still preparing for the storm, we suggest you take a look at our Hurricane Supply Checklist and our Disaster Preparation Checklist. Together they will help you get all the supplies you might need to weather the storm and also help you document everything you might need if you have to make an insurance claim or have repair work done after the storm.

What should I do if my home or business is damaged or flooded during the storm?

Your first step after the storm is to call or contact Master Restoration using the form above. After that, the most important factor is your safety. Although it may be tempting to try and gauge the extent of the damage yourself, storms often leave hidden hazards behind, from downed electrical wires to sharp glass, nails and jagged metal. Our experts will be able to determine the extent of the damage without risking your safety.  

Can Master Restoration help with roof tarping?

If you have a hole or leak in your roof, caused by either the storm itself or trees downed by the storm, the first step to fixing the water in your home is to prevent more water from getting into your home. Master Restoration is prepared with roof tarps and the means to secure them and can help you safely tarp your roof.

How long will a roof tarp last?

A roof tarp is always meant to be a temporary fix until a permanent solution can be put into place. The amount of time a roof tarp will be effective is based on the weather it is exposed to, but generally will last several weeks. Our roof tarp frequently asked question page has additional information about the process and how long you can expect a roof tarp to last.

How dangerous are mold and mildew?

Mold and mildew can start growing almost immediately and need to be dealt with within the first 24 hours if possible. Sheetrock mold can spread like dust and quickly spread throughout your entire house. Allergic reactions may happen immediately or develop after a period of time following exposure. In addition, some  molds produce toxic substances. Immediate cleanup and removal are required to avoid extensive damage.

Can Master Restoration help with storm and debris cleanup?

Our top priority after a storm is always safety and that includes post-storm debris cleanup. Much of the debris that is left after a storm is dangerous, either because it is sharp, an electrical hazard or potentially biohazardous, especially if stormwater has mixed with sewage. Our trained professionals will help not only clean up this debris but also clean and sanitize your home or business so it is safe to re-enter. 

What if I have window or siding damage in addition to water damage?

Master Restoration is equipped to handle the entire reconstruction process that will bring the beauty and aesthetics back to your home or place of business. Our trustworthy, licensed, and insured industry experts can begin working while we are still managing cleaning up, ensuring the reconstruction process starts quickly and runs smoothly. Having one company oversee and guide the entire process of your restoration project means there is complete transparency from beginning to end.