Here’s What’s Happening: July 23rd Wind Storm

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On Wednesday, July 23, 2014, Northwest Arkansas experienced a thunderstorm classified as a “derecho”.  According to The Weather Channel, “derechoes are large clusters of thunderstorms that produce widespread wind damage, usually as a result of one or more curved lines of thunderstorms known as bow echoes.”  Damage reports from this storm stretched a distance of over 300 miles – from Kansas to the Arkansas/Louisiana/Texas border, says the National Weather Service.

NWA Restore It, Inc. began receiving calls that same day.  The high winds of this storm caused damage ranging from fallen trees to severe roof damage.  Northwest Arkansas had widespread damage from Bentonville and Bella Vista to Fort Smith and Holiday Island, with the majority of the damage in the Springdale and Fayetteville area.   The night of the event, we responded quickly to each of the calls and worked tirelessly to remove fallen trees, place temporary repairs on emergency claims, and conduct repair assessments.  Just a few days later, we had received close to 30 claims from this particular storm.  Currently, we are wrapping up final assessments on these claims in order to begin the repair work.

Wind Storm Damage July 23, 2014 (2)Wind Storm Damage July 23, 2014

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All of our professionals follow preventative safety measures

  • We stay at least 6 feet away from clients and others in clients’ homes, including pets, when possible.
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  • We regularly wash our hands or use hand sanitizer, if soap and water are not available.
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  • You and other household members should wear masks.
  • Stay at least 6 feet from the service provider, and limit interactions between the service provider and other household members and pets.
  • After the service is completed, clean and disinfect any surfaces in your home that may have been touched by the service provider.

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