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Weekly Weather Update for Fort Worth, Texas - 9/04

9/4/2019 (Permalink)

Dorian is hitting the East coast as we speak, and according to our meteorologist at SERVPRO headquarters, it has been one of the weirdest and hardest Hurricanes to predict. We are on standby, ready to roll out to go help those in need as soon as they call us. But in the meantime, we are here in Texas braving another heat wave.

Yes, I said another.

Last week’s rain and temperatures dipping into the mid to low 80s was definitely a tease for fall! This week, however, we can expect to be back into the hundreds by Friday (insert groaning here). I don’t know about you, but I’m personally ready for fall weather. I’m ready to snuggle under some blankets on a rainy Sunday Morning and watch The Shining. But I digress. We should be back into the mid to low 90s by next week, with a slight chance of thunderstorms by the end of the week.

If your Fort Worth home has been hit by unexpected water or storm damage, give us a call today at 817.595.2506!

Weekly Weather Update for Fort Worth, TX - 8/26/19

8/26/2019 (Permalink)

The Atlantic hurricane season has officially begun! In fact, it began June 1st! Our newest storm is Tropical Storm Dorian, which right now is projected to hit the Windward Islands tonight. A hurricane watch has even been issued for that part of the Caribbean. While the forecast is uncertain, it’s expected to make landfall in Florida by the weekend.

But what does that mean for back here in North Texas? Well unless it completely swings west, there’s a very little chance of the storm to make landfall here. However, that doesn’t mean we’re out of the clear for some wet weather!

Today is our last 100-degree day, with a heat advisory in effect until 7pm tonight, and tomorrow is going to bring some cooler weather and rain! The forecasted high for tomorrow is 84 with a 40% chance of scattered thunderstorms, the evening hours into Wednesday bring us the highest chance at Thunderstorms at 50% with the highs getting into the 86.

The rest of the week is pleasant, with temperatures reaching into the low 90s by the weekend.

As always, we are “Here to Help!” Give us a call today at 817.595.2506!

Water Damage To Your Fort Worth Home? No Problem!

5/23/2019 (Permalink)

On the job!

Has a pipe leak, or the recent rains caused water damage to your Fort Worth home? No worries! SERVPRO of Grapevine/NE Tarrant County is “Here to Help!” We are on standby 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to make sure that your water loss emergency is handled immediately no matter what. Even if it’s in the middle of a fireworks show on the 4th of July we will be there. It doesn’t matter the size or location either, whether it’s your home or your 1000 square foot warehouse we’ve got the equipment, manpower, and training to get the job done right and done right every single time. Our reviews prove that.

If you’ve found yourself with water damage, give us a call today at 817.595.2506!

Are You Ready For Rain?

5/8/2019 (Permalink)

Are you feeling a little water logged? We certainly here are at SERVPRO of Grapevine/NE Tarrant County! But we aren’t complaining, we love the spring time and the thunderstorms that come with it. You could consider us weather geeks. But with all that rain, does come flooding and water emergencies. Be sure to check up on your insurance policy to see what is and isn’t covered when it comes to outside water – most of the time it isn’t covered unless you have special add on plans. And we cannot stress this enough: maintain your home! That is the surefire way to make sure that you don’t have an unexpected water emergency.

If you do find yourselves under water this spring, give us a call today at 817.595.2506!

A Water Damage Timeline

5/7/2019 (Permalink)

Water damage in Fort Worth is no joke, did you know that there is a very specific timeline to water losses? A timeline that is crucial to getting your home back to normal – it’s why we take every water loss seriously and act as quickly as we can. Within minutes your home can be completely saturated with water, it will absorb into walls, belongings and floors. Within the first one to two hours, dry wall begins to break down and swell, furniture can crack and swell. Skipping ahead 48 hours, mold and mildew may have begun to spread and grow along floors, walls and furniture. Depending on the type of water loss, biohazard contamination is possible.

The damage to your home is incredibly fast, which is why it’s important to call us immediately at 817.595.2506!

Spring Water Damage Checklist

5/3/2019 (Permalink)

That’s been some rain we’ve been having, and with the flash flood watch extended into tomorrow, we will be seeing more. Water damage to your home is rampant this time of year, it’s our rainy season after all! It can be incredibly unexpected and scary which Is why we make sure to always be ready to roll out and help you with whatever problem your having.

With the rainy days, comes the wonderful nice weekends, however! And it’s important to do your general spring checks on those weekends as well. Make sure all your supply lines to washers and refrigerators are in working order and not worn – replace any that are. Inspect your roof for damages from the last hail storm we had, and repair accordingly. Check your door jams and window seals too, so water can’t sneak its way in.

If you’ve found yourself with a water damage problem, give us a call today at 817.595.2506!

We're "Here To Help."

5/2/2019 (Permalink)

With the storms rolling in through the rest of the week, it’s important to remember that we here at SERVPRO are always “Here to Help!” No matter if it’s an overnight storm that has caused a huge leak in your roof, flash flooding that flooded your dining room, or just a small leak that’s caused some damage to your flooring. We are ready to go. It doesn’t matter the time of day, nor the day of the week we will always be ready to answer your call.

We are ready to head to your water loss as soon as you hang up the phone, so you can rest easy knowing that the unexpected will be dealt with in a timely manner. Just give us a call today at 817.595.2506!

Flash Flood Watch, 5.2.19

5/2/2019 (Permalink)

The flash flood watch for Tarrant County has been extended until Friday, May 3rd at 12 AM. Rain fall totals are already high and with saturated ground, an additional 1-2 inches could spell out disaster. It’s important to stay weather aware for not only flash flooding but also for possible thunderstorms and tornadoes. Keep an eye on the weather channels, most of them will offer live streams of weather coverage and radar maps on their Facebook pages. You can also download the NBC Weather App or the NOAA app from your app store on your phone to get coverage on the go.

If you are out on the go, remember to turn around and don’t drown. If it looks deep, it probably is. Heed warning signs, and make sure to stay away from windows and doors in case a severe storm rolls through your area.

If you’ve been affected by a severe storm this week, give us a call at 817.595.2506!

What's Covered By Insurance?

4/30/2019 (Permalink)

When you’re dealing with water damage, do you know what and what isn’t covered by insurance? Here’s a quick guide to what may or may not be covered by your insurance.

Drain or sewer line?  
No. This isn’t covered by insurance unless you’ve got extra coverage. You maybe dealing with the city on this one.

Roofing?
This one is both a yes and no answer. It’s done case by case and can be pretty confusing. If it’s a small and gradual leak, then it probably won’t be covered but if it’s something like hail damage that caused huge hole in your roof will be covered.

Pipes?
Also on a case by case situation, if your pipe suddenly bursts then your insurance will most likely be covered by your insurance. If it’s a slow continuous leak – most likely not. That’s not covered because it was a failure to maintain.

Appliances?
Sorta. Again, this falls under the failure to maintain umbrella. If it’s a maintenance issue you’ve known about and haven’t done anything to fix it won’t be covered if it’s a sudden and unexpected incident, then it’s more likely to be covered. Be wary though, the appliance itself will most likely not be covered and that’ll have to come out of your pocket.

Long story short, if it’s a maintenance issue that hasn’t been addressed, it will NOT be covered. If it’s a sudden event it maybe. It’s best to check with your insurance provider if you’re unsure.

For all your water clean up needs, give us a call today at 817.595.2506!

What Happens When I Have A Water Damage?

4/26/2019 (Permalink)

Nobody likes the unexpected – it can be scary and overwhelming and worse case, time and cost consuming. That’s why we here at SERVPRO of Grapevine/NE Tarrant Co. try and ease the blow of the unexpected. We are a team of highly trained individuals with specialized equipment, tools, and skills needed to make sure that your water damage is taken care of properly and swiftly.

What can you expect when you give us a call then?

One of our ladies in the office will first take your call, we’ll take your name, number, and address down and then ask detailed questions so we know exactly what your situation looks like. As soon as we hang up the phone with you, we are dispatching a team out to your home and business so they can be on site as soon as possible. You will also be assigned an admin within the office to take care of your job – they will give you updates, and work with your insurance provider.

Once we get to your home, we will extract any standing water that needs to be extracted using either a hand held extractor or an extractor that we can ride on. We will then place fans and dehumidifiers to help with the drying process.

The next few days we will continue to monitor the drying process and we will drill holes and pull baseboards if necessary.

If you find yourself with an unexpected water loss give us a call at 817.595.2056!