Restoration Roundup is a regular feature here on www.randrmagonline.com meant to keep you in-the-know with the headlines and news affected the restoration and remediation industry. Check out this collection of recent news stories showcasing efforts of restoration companies in Texas following winter storm Uri. We know the companies featured here are just a VERY small representation of the massive presence in Texas!
Restoration Company Collecting, Set to Haul Donations to Texas to Aid Storm Victims
With fallout continuing in Texas from winter storm Uri, local businesses are collecting donations to help people who’ve been without power, food or water for days. Servpro, of Ebensburg, is traveling to Texas this week to help the company’s franchises restore buildings damaged by the February storm, said Steve Gironda, sales and marketing manager for Servpro, of Ebensburg and Indiana.
California Restoration Company Providing Texas Storm Relief
Allied Restoration Services Inc., a Southern California-based restoration service, is sending 20 of its Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)-certified staff out to Texas to help residents recover from Winter Storm Uri, the worst storm to hit the region in over 100 years. Allied is offering its water mitigation, decontamination, and other service necessary to restore the structure and function of homes and businesses in the area.
New Hampshire Restoration Company Drives 1,800 Miles to Assist in Texas Cleanup Efforts
Crews from a New Hampshire restoration company are in Texas assisting in relief efforts after the storm that left millions without power and water. The locally-owned disaster restoration company, ServiceMaster Elite, got a call from a branch in Texas requesting help. They had 28 large commercial projects and more calls coming in. The Merrimack company did not hesitate.
Mold Inspection Sciences Texas Warns Consumers Against Unlicensed Remediation Efforts Amid Disaster Cleanup
On February 12, 2021, Texas Governor Abbott issued a disaster declaration following the severe winter storm that caused damage statewide. Mold Inspection Sciences Texas recommends that consumers pay close attention to this announcement as it allows out-of-state and unlicensed mold assessment and remediation contractors to obtain temporary registration and to perform mold remediation and material removal on storm-damaged properties.