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Cincinnati Storm Damage CleanupFull service restoration

Southwest Ohio has a highly variable climate, and in any given year we can see everything from tornados to severe thunderstorms to blizzards. If severe weather has taken a toll on your home, call Brock Restoration. We’re Cincinnati’s storm damage recovery crew of choice, and we’ll get your property back to normal again.

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Restoration ServicesStorm recovery

When snow builds up on your roof, it can begin to seep water into your home and cause major damage to your walls. Similarly, severe windstorms and torrential rains can damage your home and lead to future problems such as water leakage and mold growth. Whatever the damage, Brock Restoration can fix it. We offer:

  • Free estimates
  • 24/7 emergency services
  • 60-minute response time
  • 100% guarantee
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The Recovery Process Ohio disaster cleanup

If you’ve been struggling to recover after a storm, give Brock Restoration a call. No matter the cause or extent of the damage, we have the skills, knowledge, and equipment to deal with it. We’ll work with you and your insurance provider through every step of the process to ensure that you get the best and most efficient service. Our professional storm damage cleanup process includes:

  • Water extraction and area drying
  • Roof and siding repairs
  • Mold removal
  • Wind and snow damage cleanup
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FAQ

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Posted
August 6, 2012

Will insurance pay for the storm damage cleanup?

Answer!

Only if the damage was caused by something listed in your specific policy. Most policies cover damage caused by wind, tornados, and hail. They also cover some kinds of rain damage, but not damage caused by flooded rivers and lakes.

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Posted
August 6, 2012

The storm broke my window, and now water is coming into my house—is there anything I can do?

Answer!

Give us a call, and then try to cover the window with waterproof material such as a tarp. This helps prevent further damage by keeping more water from entering your home. Additionally, many insurance companies require you to minimize the damage as much as possible.

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August 6, 2012

My insurance provider won’t cover the damage, and I don’t have much money right now—can I just hold off on getting repairs?

Answer!

No, you shouldn’t wait to get repairs for your home. Waiting to start recovery will only allow the damage to get worse, thus greatly increasing the costs of repairs. Brock will work with you to form a payment plan that works for your budget.