2019 saw its share of natural disasters. Here are some images shared by R&R readers.
In late July, R&R Editor-in-Chief Michelle Blevins had the privilege of touring JC Restoration's state-of-the-art facility just outside Chicago. JC Restoration has grown exponentially over the years with a heavy emphasis on culture, a team environment, and impeccable work quality. As you'll see from this gallery, JC Restoration has very specific processes in place to make sure the company runs efficiently and effectively for their clients.
Are you proud of your team’s restoration and remediation skills? Now R&R has a place to show off you team’s handiwork! Submit your project photos here to showcase them in R&R’s Jobsite Photo Submissions gallery.
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Hurricane Harvey made landfall in Texas on the evening of Friday, Aug. 25. In three days, Harvey dumped several feet of water on Texas – including 16 inches in Houston on Aug. 27 alone, making it the city’s wettest day in history. Harvey also spawned tornadoes and a lot of wind damage. Experts believe it will take years to restore the damage Harvey has done, but restoration contractors didn’t wait to respond. While the rain still came down and water was high, companies hopped in their boats and trucks to do water rescues. Once the rain stopped and water receded, it was all hands on deck to start drying out the thousands of properties underwater. It’s a process that won’t be over anytime soon.