Stay Safe New Jersey | Storms
One thing I love about New Jersey is that we get to experience all four seasons. With the weather warming up to the 90s, it’s only necessary to take impromptu trips to the beach and have endless barbeques. But with hot weather comes brutal showers.
Severe thunderstorms pummeled across New Jersey and the Northeast these last few days, causing flooding on major roads, widespread ongoing power outages, fallen trees and utility lines, damage to homes and even fatality. SERVPRO of Central Union County would like to stress the severity and the potential threat storms can cause.
To keep from putting yourself at risk, we encourage our community to please stay away from storm-damaged areas, downed power lines that can potentially have live wires, and to never drive through a flooded road. During storms, use a battery-operated radio to get updates from local officials. Stay away from windows and doors. Make an emergency supply kit. We recommend having water, non-perishable food, flashlights and extra batteries, clothing and hygiene items, important documents, and cash.
As Always, SERVPRO of Western Essex County are here to handle any water damages, no matter the home or business. Give us a call at 866-361-3400 to set up a free inspection with us. We are here to serve our community!