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Living in South Carolina comes with many perks; spectacular and varied landscapes, a lower cost of living than many other parts of the country, and some of the warmest and friendliest people you’ll find in the United States.

However, nothing is ever entirely free, and the trade-off is living in an area that sees frequent powerful storms barreling through. When a big one does arrive, a little damage is often inevitable – which is why it’s great to have a company like All Dry USA to call when you really need it.

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Our Storm Damage Repair Services in South Carolina

We can be your reliable go-to after the storm, but there’s plenty you can do to prepare before it breaks. All Dry offers a variety of property restoration services across the Tar Heel State that cover every eventuality.

Flood Damage

Flood damage can be a costly and painful experience. While its immediate effects can be harmful, the long-term structural damage may devastate a property, lingering for years beyond a storm. After significant flooding, proper clean-up and water removal are vital to prevent mold, rot, and long-term damage.

Wind Damage

If you live in South Carolina, you’ll know all about how ferocious the wind can be when a major storm arrives. Wind damage can range from the odd shingle coming off your roof to catastrophic devastation that leaves a home in an unlivable situation.

Lightening & Hail Damage

Lightning and hail sound like rare anomalies that will never happen to you, but they both happen and can cause severe property damage. A lightning strike, though rare, isn’t impossible and may very well cause fire damage to your home, while a significant hail storm can puncture a roof and shatter windows in the blink of an eye.

Steps to Take After Sustaining Storm-Related Property Damage in South Carolina

  1. Assess & report safety hazards to local authorities 

Before you do anything, assess the situation around you. Are there any fire hazards or electrical threats? If the property has flooded, is it safe to enter? And do you believe that property is still in a habitable condition?

Any immediate safety hazards, such as downed power lines or gas leaks, should be reported to the relevant authorities immediately. Stay clear if you believe there is any risk to yourself or your loved ones.

  1. Call your insurance company

If you have homeowners insurance, contact them as quickly as possible to get the ball rolling. Inspections and payouts can often take far longer than is ideal, so the earlier you make that call, the better you’ll feel.

  1. Contact All Dry USA for damage inspection

Once the danger assessment and insurance calls are out of the way, it’s time to turn your attention to the clean-up and repair process. Once you’ve reached out to All Dry USA, we’ll send an expert to your home to make a property assessment, and from there, the process begins quickly. We know you don’t want to wait around for days while insurance companies drag their feet, so we’ll get to work immediately.

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Our Complete Storm Damage Repair Process

We aim to get your property back to normal as quickly as possible, so we use a well-oiled repair process to speed up the whole thing.

  1. Emergency Services to Ensure the Property’s Safety 

Our technicians are experts at assessing potential safety issues that could impede the whole process. Before anything else, this first step is vital for your property’s long-term safety. At this point, we may remove fallen trees, board up windows and doors, and ensure the situation will not deteriorate further.

  1. Initial Damage Inspection

By conducting a detailed inspection, we can assess the probability of short and long-term damage and how best to avoid both. A property inspector will then discuss the rest of the process with you and what kind of time frame you might be looking at.

  1. Property Drying and Dehumidifying

Flood water usually recedes fairly quickly, but the dampness left can still cause considerable damage. Suppose there is significant flood damage to your home. In that case, we’ll bring in commercial-grade vacuums, air movers, and dehumidifiers that will work quickly and dry out your property efficiently so that further mold problems won’t occur.

  1. Repair and Reconstruction Services

Whatever the harm to your home, you can rely on our assistance. Whether it’s fallen tiles from the roof, water stains throughout the house, mold potential, or major structural repairs needed after a major storm, this is the final step in the process that aims to have your home looking and feeling as it was before the storm.

Need Wind & Storm Damage Restoration Services in South Carolina? Get in Touch!

On a good day, there’s nowhere like a perfect summer’s day on the South Carolina coast. However, when those winds pick up, and warnings appear on TV, this part of the world can take a real beating.

There’s little we can do about the weather patterns – apart from preparing correctly and having the best possible storm damage restoration services in South Carolina at the ready. All Dry USA provides comprehensive water damage and mold restoration services and storm damage coverage. We can’t choose the water, but we can choose who we go to afterward.


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