Flooding & Wind Caused Most Destruction in 2016
Breaking down CoreLogic’s annual summary of natural hazards.
In late January, CoreLogic released its annual Natural Hazard Risk Summary and Analysis. According to their research, 2016 had “average or below-average activity for most U.S. natural hazards with the exception of flood and wind, both of which saw above-average activity, due in large part to Hurricane Matthew.”
This infographic breaks down the highlights of the annual review! By understanding natural disasters and the damage they cause, restoration contractors can be better prepared for future catastrophic events.