To our dear friends in the Ancient City:
Hurricane Irma is currently off the shore of Florida, rapidly approaching landfall in South Florida. While the storms direct path is uncertain, there is one thing you can count on; SERVPRO of Greater St. Augustine is ready and standing by for whatever happens!
This storm will certainly have an impact on Florida’s First Coast. The extent of the damage is yet to be determined and we encourage our friends in St. Johns County to take all necessary precautions.
Here are a few steps SERVPRO of Greater St. Augustine has taken:
- All 9 of our emergency response vehicles have full gas tanks and are ready to respond at a moments notice
- Our employees are on standby, preparing for 24-hour availability after the storm has passed
- Our warehouse and equipment are being deep cleaned and fully serviced in anticipation of constant use
- Office staff has created a system for sorting and managing the process of new and existing claims
- All of our power tools are fully charged and ready for action
- Our generators have been serviced and our reserve gas tanks are full in anticipation of power outages
- We have contacted our “Large Loss” emergency response division for additional staffing and equipment if necessary
Remember, we’re here to serve our community in it’s time of need. By the time we finish, it will look “Like it Never Even Happened”
Fingers crossed that Irma decides to shift East into the Atlantic! Stay safe, Friends!
1761 Dobbs Road, Unit 106. St. Augustine, FL. 32084
Contact for Hurricane Claims:
Matthew Brain (Director of Community Relations)