The Impact of Hurricanes on Lake Mary, Florida
Hurricane Preparedness for property owners in Lake Mary
On September 28, Category 4 Hurricane Ian made landfall in Florida. Our SERVPRO team in other states got ready to go to Florida as Floridians began to evacuate. Vehicles from our teams across the nation were ready to stand by property owners' sides and provide assistance to any Hurricane damage in Lake Mary when needed.
Overview of Hurricane Damage in Lake Mary
Our team in restoration team in Lake Mary helped local residents and businesses with storm damage. Businesses in Lake Mary were boarded up for days and some even a week. To reopen and operate as soon as possible, our teams were working day and night to ensure that we can get a business open.
Right next door to us in Lake Mary we have Sanford. Sanford had flooding for over a month and didn't recede until a month after Hurricane Ian. There was a famous pizza shop in Historic Downtown Sanford that was anticipating opening every weekend, unfortunately, that pizza shop could not make it through the closure.
Right after our teams got back to normal operations, Hurricane Nicole was lurking in the ocean. Luckily there was not too much damage but there were some vulnerable moments from the first hurricane. We went from having water damage to mold damage due to unknown water intrusion in homes in Lake Mary, Florida.