Hurricane Preparedness: Assemble Disaster Supplies

Beat the rush: Get your supplies now Waiting until a hurricane has got our area in its sights is a bad time to be thinking about hurricane supplies. People panic and store shelves become empty within a few hours of the news stations proclaiming we are under a tropical storm/hurricane warning or watch. Gas stations […]

Hurricane Preparedness: Get An Insurance Checkup

Did your policyholders know standard insurance policies do not cover flooding? It takes 30 days for a new policy to be issued! During this time right before hurricane season starts (it begins June 1st), you should be doing policy check-ups with your policyholders. Just a few things to evaluate: Has the home increased in value? […]

May is Hurricane Preparedness Month

Hurricane season starts june 1st Forecasters are calling for anywhere between 14-18 named storms this 2018 hurricane season. Of those named hurricanes, 7 of those are supposed to become hurricanes! Follow these hurricane preparation tips (and share with your friends!): Get an Insurance Checkup Before a storm hits, make sure you know your insurance coverage […]

Drying Out the Florida Keys

Two months post Hurricane Irma… you might be wondering: how are we dealing with excess moisture, flood damage, mold prevention, mold remediation and dehumidifying to prevent further mold in the tropical climate of the Florida Keys? One of the most important things is following the latest guidelines put out by the Centers for Disease Control […]

Mold Damage After Hurricanes

What is our secret weapon to find hidden moisture? Currently Servicemaster of the Florida Keys is working diligently to restore the local residences in Marathon, Long Cay, Tavernier, Big Pine, Key West and Islamorada. The Servicemaster yellow trucks can be seen in the Hawks Cay and Ocean Harbor subdivisions. We are also busy on the […]