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Monsoon Prep For Your Avondale Home Or Business

5/20/2022 (Permalink)

Storm clouds SERVPRO of Avondale/Goodyear/Southwest Phoenix is here to help you during the 2022 monsoon season.

Monsoon Preparation

Monsoon season is almost here and we here at SERVPRO of Avondale/Goodyear/Southwest Phoenix want to make sure you, as a homeowner or business owner, are prepared and know what to do to prevent flooding from occurring on your property.

Consider These Tips For Your Property

As an Avondale and Goodyear resident, you know that the summer monsoons are notorious for bringing heavy rains that can lead to flooding on the roadways and in homes and businesses. Some of the common issues we see take place are roof leaks or water entering in through doors or windows. Here are some things you can do to make sure you’re ahead of the game and prepared for when those storms arrive.

  • Stay informed and updated with weather alerts in your area. That way you are aware of any incoming storms and if you’re in an area where flooding occurs, prepare in advance by picking up bags of sand so you can prevent water from flowing into your home, especially if you are in a lower elevated area.
  • Inspect your roof for any damage such as damaged shingles. Be sure to hire an experienced roofer to make the necessary repairs.
  • Inspect trees located around your property and have them trimmed when necessary. By doing this, you prevent large tree limbs from breaking off and causing damage to your roof or windows.
  • Inspect the areas around your windows or doors to make sure they are properly sealed with no gaps for water to get through.
  • If you have any patio furniture, be sure to store it in your garage or storage area or make sure it is properly secured. High winds can cause your patio furniture to be blown around and could possibly lead to broken windows.

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