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Service Restoration Team Preps For Hurricane Florence Impact To Carolinas and Virginia

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The team from Service Restoration is working with local communities from Virginia to Florida in preparation of the expected landfall of hurricane Florence later this week. The rapidly developing storm system is expected to intensify over the next 48 hours and the early projections from it’s travel path place the storm coming ashore in North Carolina early Friday morning. The storm could arrive as a category 1-3 hurricane and has the potential to carve a wide path of destruction, including wind and water damage, coastal flooding, loss of power and billions of dollars in potential damage.

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Service Restoration is a fast-growing restoration contractor with dozens of offices in the United States. The company specializes in providing mitigation services to help property owners who have suffered from water damage, wind damage, sewer backups, smoke and fire disasters. Technicians from Service Restoration are certified through the IICRC and have the knowledge and experience to quickly asses a property and create a plan of recovery to restore the home or business back to a pre-loss condition. Hurricanes are one of the most destructive forces of nature and have the potential to cause damage in a multitude of different ways. If you would like to learn more about services offered by Service Restoration, please call (800) 478-0366.

Hurricane Florence Has Potential For Major Destruction

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Hurricane Florence is the first major threat to the east coast of 2018 from the Atlantic Ocean. The peak for 2018 hurricane season is September 10 and runs through the end of November. The impact of El-Nino is believed to be responsible for a quieter storm season to date, but the Atlantic Ocean has quickly altered course and several other potential storm systems could be developing behind Florence.

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