Our goal is to help you quickly stop any further damage to your home, community or business. Then, we get started on clean-up.
We take the necessary steps to remove water, dry, dehumidify, disinfect and deodorize your home or business to avoid developing of mold and other serious damages.
We also help prepare for storms with board up services and provide tarping for any size roof after disaster strikes. We work to bill your insurance company directly and eliminate the need for any out-of-pocket expenses. (If you qualify through your insurance coverage)
Any Time, Any Disaster
No matter the size of your restoration needs, or what type of disaster occured, WeDry USA has the expertise to quickly clean-up and restore your property so that you can return to your home or work. We offer emergency services, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Your Disaster Clean-Up Experts
WeDry USA is a full-service disaster clean-up and restoration company. We service all size jobs, for both residential and commercial properties. Our goal is to provide you with all restoration services after your home or commercial property has been damaged by a disaster.
Over the years, we have established a strong relationship with property insurance providers. As a result, we are able to do direct insurance billing so that your insurance pays for clean-up directly.
We know how stressful it can be to deal with all the complexities of insurance policies. That is exactly what we help with. Give us a call now to request more information.
Does homeowners insurance cover hurricanes?
Yes, most standard insurance policies have some coverage for hurricanes. However, there can be some serious stipulations attached. So, it may not always cover flooding or storm surges which can often times cause the most damage.
Flood insurance would be an additional policy you'd want to have in order to be covered for water related hurricane damage.
Does renters insurance cover hurricanes?
Similar to homeowners insurance, renters insurance does cover your belongings for damage after a storm, but it does not cover damage after flooding.
You'll need to have a separate flood insurance policy in order to have your belongings covered.
What to do after a hurricane
According to the CDC, this is what you should do after a hurricane:
- Stay out of floodwater
- Do not use a wet electrical device
- If the power is out, use flashlights instead of candles
- Be careful near damaged buildings
- Stay away from power lines
- Protect against animals, rodents and pests
- Drink safe water, eat safe food.
- Wash your hands frequently to prevent disease
- Take care of any wounds or injuries
- Clean up your home safely
- Contact FEMA for financial assistance and updates
WeDry USA can be on-site in less than 60 minutes in most instances, so call us today to help with your disaster clean-up.