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Hurricane Irma

9/25/2017 (Permalink)

Storm Damage Hurricane Irma Water Damage Caused by Hurricane Irma

Hurricane Irma hit Florida as a Category 4 storm the morning of Sept. 10, ripping off roofs, flooding coastal cities, and knocking out power to more than 6 million people. By Sept. 11, Irma weakened significantly to a tropical storm as it powered north toward Georgia and Alabama. At 11 p.m. later that day, it weakened further to a tropical depression, and by Sept. 13, it had dissipated over western Tennessee.

SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland was dispatched to Florida after Hurricane Irma hit and did work at a house in West Palm Beach, Florida, after water entered the house. The drywall wall was affected and removed.  Equipment was set to dry the affected area.  The homeowner was happy with job that SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland completed.

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