QCi Restoration can be counted on in a crisis because of our 30 years of experience as emergency restoration experts. When called upon after a storm has hit your home or business, we respond immediately. Removing debris and providing temporary cover to secure your business or home becomes our first priority.
The project manager will assess any wind, water and/or debris damage. If needed, we will dry out your home or business and restore the damage. We will keep you informed of each step we take and coordinate with your insurance company to be sure the settlement process runs smoothly.
How We Help:
- Temporary Weather-Resistant Roof Covers
- Victim Assistance
- Structural stabilization
- Emergency electric
- Emergency fencing
- On-Site Cleanup
- Emergency Board-Up and Securing of Property
- Storm Debris Cleanup and Tree Removal
- Full Service Damage Repair & Reconstruction
- Water Extraction & Content Drying
The QCi Restorations specialists are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for immediate assistance with your storm damage repair needs.
What You Can Do:
There are some things you can do (and others you should not do) to help your restoration experts get your home or business back to normal without delay. Here are some important tips related to storm cleanup:
- Don’t touch power lines or wires of any kind under any circumstances. Stay away from puddles with wires in/near them. Do not touch trees or other objects in contact with power lines.
- Don’t turn on computers, TVs, or other electrical appliances until they have been cleaned and checked.
- Call police or utility companies immediately to report hazards such as downed power lines, broken gas or water mains, overturned gas tanks, etc.
- Do not operate charcoal grills, propane camping stoves or generators indoors to prevent asphyxiation from carbon monoxide.
- Open windows for ventilation, if weather permits.
- If electricity is off, empty refrigerators and freezers. Prop refrigerator or freezer doors open to allow for air circulation.
- If heat is off in the winter, pour antifreeze in toilet bowls, tanks, tubs and sinks to prevent damage from freezing. Shutoff water and drain the supply lines.