House and Outdoor Winter Storm Prep Tips
Winter is here!
We know with large snow storms and freezing rain it can be dangerous for travel and house-care. SERVPRO wants to remind you of some handy tips to stay safe this winter season.
-Put salt down on your driveway and sidewalks. It is hard to see black ice and misjudge your traction on slippery snow.
-Shovel snow periodically to avoid mass build-up. The snow can get dense and heavy over long periods of accumulation.
-Ice removal is time consuming, leaving many car windows poorly cleared. To eliminate this problem, cover your car windows with cardboard before an ice storm.
-Prepare for power outages. It is a good idea to have non-perishable food, flashlights, batteries, firewood, and blankets handy in case of a power outage. Any supplies that require minimal energy should be stored to stay warm and healthy in a storm.
-Have your chimney inspected by a trained professional to assure all parts are working correctly. Eliminate the risk for fire problems throughout the winter season.
We are also available for help 24 hours a day 365 days a year if you ever need assistance. There is no disaster we are not prepared for. Happy Holidays!