Heavy Rain Leads to Flooding...
Heavy Rain Leads to Flooding…
Our team here in Culpeper & Fauquier restores storm damage throughout the year.
Although, we don’t experience many Tornadoes in our county here are the National Weather Service alert definitions for tornadoes and high winds:
Tornado Watch: This means a tornado is possible.
Tornado Warning: This means a tornado is already occurring or will occur soon.
Go to a safe place immediately.
High Wind Watch: Be Prepared! Sustained, strong winds are possible. Secure loose items and adjust plans as necessary, so you’re not caught outside.
Wind Advisory: Take Action! A thunderstorm is happening or is imminent in the warning area. Severe thunderstorms have wind gusts of 58 miles per hour and or hail one inch or larger. Seek shelter inside a sturdy building.
Preparing for High Winds
- Remove any dead trees or overhanging branches near structures
- Remove loose objects outdoors, on patios, roofs, or balconies that could blow away.
- Shutter windows securely and brace outside doors
- Bring in unsecured objects from outside and secure things that could blow away and cause damage or injury
Give us a call!
When your home or commercial business has storm damage, you can trust our local team here in Culpeper & Fauquier to restore the damage, “Like it never even happened.” Call us today at 540-423-6688.