Local State of Emergency declared for several counties in the Tampa Bay area due to Tropical Storm ETA.
Did you experience property damage from Tropical Storm Eta? Be sure to take inventory of damaged goods, document everything with photos/videos, and file a flood insurance claim as soon as possible. Master Restoration’s Property Solutions team can help with all your storm damage and water damage needs.
If you have water damaged stuff in your home, number one, take photos of it – take photos of everything before you throw it out. And that’s really important if you file an insurance claim later on. If you do have damages inside your home, and someone’s going door to door offering to come in and fix it, make sure that they are a licensed contractor and that they are licensed to do what they’re offering to do for you before you pay them.
Water damaged homes have been reported in Pinellas, Hillsborough and Sarasota counties.
Storm Damage Pinellas County:
The City of Madeira Beach will be waiving permit fees for any interior demo and/or restoration repairs, due to Tropical Storm Eta, for the next 30 days, and will expire on Sunday, December 13th, 2020.
St. Pete’s Shore Acres, streets south of 62nd Avenue saw significant flooding.
Storm Damage Hillsborough County:
Bayshore Blvd was one of the many streets that had high water and flooding. “It was pretty much flooding everywhere.”
Debris and flooding on the road at the beach on Davis Islands.
Storm Damage Sarasota County:
Street flooding Wednesday on Lido Key as Tropical Storm Eta dumps torrential rain on the barrier island.
Moderate street flooding on Anna Maria Island as Hurricane Eta spins in the Gulf of Mexico on Nov. 11, 2020.
Water damage is stressful, and you only have a small window of time to respond before mold begins to grow. Master Restoration is ready to come to the assistance of Tampa Bay residents to coordinate the entire water damage restoration and mold remediation process; from clean-up to repairs. We even help with filing insurance claims.