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SERVPRO of East Nashville, Madison, Goodlettsville : Nashville Storms Can Cause Damage

2/11/2021 (Permalink)

Nashville storms can cause damage

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Dealing with wind or water damage to your home caused by hurricanes, tornadoes, or other severe storms that have been known to roll through Nashville, Tennessee can be both difficult and dangerous. Keeping your family safe and charting a course to getting your life back together after a storm hits is imperative.

The Extent of the Storm Damage in Nashville, TN

According to the Insurance Information Institute (III), on March 2, 2020 and 3, 24 people were killed in tornadoes in central Tennessee, including the city of Nashville. Tornado deaths in 2020 are the highest since 2011, when 553 people were killed in 1,691 tornadoes. These numbers are devastating, causing millions of dollars in damages to the Nashville community over the last year and leaving many properties in shambles. It is for this reason that property owners must recognize the real threat of a severe storm in their region and what they need to do to stay safe in the future.

Proactive Tips to Follow Before a Storm Hits

Although these statistics are not specifically a precursor for future events, that doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t still be taking proactive measures to keep your home safe from severe storm damage. Some of the most important steps to take before a severe storm rolls through your neighborhood are to:

  1. Make a plan. Select a common meeting place or single point-of-contact for all family members and stick to it. Practice every few months and more frequently leading up to severe storm season.
  2. Move your vehicles to a secure location. If you don’t have access to a garage then try to move your vehicles to higher ground, making sure not to park them under trees, power lines or in low-lying areas.
  3. Unplug appliances. Move your appliances and household fixtures away from exterior doors and window openings to avoid an electrical fire during the storm.

Getting Your Home Back to Normal After Storm Damage

If your home is affected by severe storms in Nashville in the future, you will likely be very eager to rebuild. In these situations, trusting anyone for storm damage restoration other than the best can cause more headaches than it’s worth. That’s why it’s important to call SERVPRO East Nashville at (615) 868-5324 as soon as you’ve sustained storm damage so that our team can restore your property to its original luster.

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