Storm Damage Restoration

Storm damage restoration and cleanup is typically needed after lightning strikes, hurricane-force winds, hail, or flooding. Storms cause catastrophic residential and commercial property damage when they hit hard. APEX Disaster Specialists has extensive experience helping our communities recover from Category 5 hurricanes and those odd localized hailstorms that can show up out of nowhere.

APEX Disaster Specialists knows storm damage cleanup and restoration. Our certified technicians have the tools, skills, and experience required to remove water damage and restore residential and commercial properties. As certified experts we are ready to respond 24/7/365 to any disaster that happens in Bay, Walton, or Okaloosa counties. We live, work, and play in the Florida Panhandle and we will take care of you.

Cleanup After A Storm

A lot of times a storm will spare any major property damage, yet someone will have to cleanup after the storm. Just realize that extreme caution must be heeded. There can be power lines down on the ground that are live or an agitated rodent that was transplanted from their cozy hideaway. APEX Disaster Specialists can take care of all of the messy work of restoring your property after the storm. Contact APEX Disaster Specialists for 24/7/365 care.

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