CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas, June 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Flood Control, Inc. has recently mobilized its CAT Teams (Catastrophic Loss Teams) from its other major offices in New York, Illinois and Florida in order to prepare for Hurricane Alex: a hurricane that is soon to hit Southern Texas. Flood Control – a nationwide damage restoration company – currently has its local technicians on call from its Corpus Christi and Brownsville, Texas offices.
"When it comes to hurricane season, it's crucial that we get as many skilled technicians in the affected area as possible so that everyone can get the help they need in order to avoid any secondary damage such as mold to established structures," says Flood Control's North American Director of Operations, Dan DiPrima. By preparing for the worst ahead of time, damages can be greatly minimized.
In addition to providing flood cleanup, water damage repair and mold remediation services, Flood Control will have generators to supply temporary power to both commercial and residential customers. Temporary power is a necessity during times like these because often, people will go for days or even weeks without any source of power and that can be very dangerous.
Flood Control has been in this type of situation before. In 2008, Flood Control mobilized all of its fleets to aid those suffering from Hurricane Ike. Flood Control serviced both commercial and residential properties and spent a significant amount of time in the area to make sure everyone was accommodated for. The cleanup and assistance effort in Texas was one of Flood Control's greatest successes.
Flood Control, Inc. specializes in flood damage repair, water damage removal, sewage cleanup, mold remediation and fire damage restoration. Its local numbers for Corpus Christi and Brownsville, Texas are (361) 226-1208 and (956) 205-0804 respectively. Additionally, Flood Control, Inc. can be reached at its national number at 800-973-0041. Please visit http://www.floodcontroller.com/ and http://www.facebook.com/FloodControlInc for more information.
SOURCE Flood Control, Inc.