Have you ever had a tree fall on your roof or looked over and noticed that your neighbor’s house is missing shingles after a severe weather event? Storms that contain damaging winds and rain are capable of damaging homes and businesses alike. When a tree damages a roof during a storm, the rain soon follows and creates water damage inside the structure.
CareMaster has extensive experience in handling these types of situations. It is extremely important that a damaged roof is mitigated and repaired as soon as possible to prevent further structural damage. CareMaster will remove the tree and debris from the roof of a house or business but and will evaluate the building for structural damage, and mitigate the water damage.
The Greenville-Raleigh area has experienced its share of tornados and hurricanes alike. Both create damage that can often be overwhelming and sometimes catastrophic. Whether damage is caused the shredding winds of a tornado or violent blowing rain, CareMaster has knowledge and skills to assist you in your time of need.
Please feel free to call in and speak with a CareMaster representative about being placed on a list for severe weather events. We are in a constant state of preparedness and are ready to serve our clients when in need. We are ready for mobilization and can get to you as soon as possible. Although storms may leave behind them a path of destruction, CareMaster has the ability to restore most residential and commercial structures.
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“In January of 2005 we found ourselves in quite a predicament. A Newly renovated building almost ready for occupancy had a water heater burst and flood the entire building over a weekend. We called CareMaster and they were on the scene within one hour. They helped get the leak stopped, and dried out the building and helped in the recovery. CareMaster demonstrated knowledge and professionalism and used the right equipment to dry out the facility. That helped to limit our timeline for renovation and keep us on schedule. They were there when we needed them.”
Greenville Utilities Building and Maintenance Supervisor