Storm damage is a broad term used to describe any kind of damage to the home due to an increased weather presence. Disaster damage is usually categorized by:

Disaster damage is usually categorized by:

  • Winter Storm Damage

  • Hail Damage

  • Lightning and Thunderstorm Damage

  • Storm Related Floods and Tidal Surges

  • High Winds, Tornadoes and Hurricane Damage

So what exactly are each of those?

Winter Storm Damage

As Canadians, winter storms are something we know all too well. Freezing rain, blizzards, lake effect snow and snow squalls can all cause damage to your home or business. It's not just the weight of the snow on the roof causing structural damage or even collapse, but the damage can result in cracked fascia, piping and siding damage.

Hail Damage

Hailstones are pellets of falling ice, known to range in size between 0.2 to 1.75 inches on average. These tiny meteors can cause damage to your shingles, roof vents, pipes and siding. There’s also the possibility of hidden damage when the materials used underneath the shingles become damaged, including the possibility of leaks in the future.

Lightning and Thunderstorm Damage

Lightning storms bring a threat of fires and

structural damage to your home or business. Usually

accompanied by high levels of rain, hail and

high winds, home damage can be significant.

Even without any of these, a lightning strike can

still damage electrical wiring, appliances, antennas,

satellite dishes, cable/telephone lines and

steel framework.

Storm Related Floods and Tidal Surges

The most common kind of storm damage, floods occur when water, generated either by rain or snow melts, enters your property. Water brings with it the dangers of contamination from outside sources, damage to drywall, support beams and foundations. There is also the possibility for the growth of mold if left for too long without treatment, another reason to get a trusted mitigation team to your home as soon as possible!

High Winds, Tornadoes and Hurricane Damage

High winds are defined as winds exceeding 50-60 mph

and have many classifications. Straight-line winds​,

gust fronts, cyclones and hurricanes are

just a few examples. Damaging winds bring the

fear of falling trees and power poles, and, in some

extreme scenarios, roofs have been blown clean off!

How Eclipse's Damage Restoration Services can help

If your home is in the unfortunate position of being targeted by damaging storms, our qualified technicians will restore your property the right way.

 

Here's How it Works

Once we receive the call that you need help, our experienced technicians will:

  1. Thoroughly inspect your home or business to make sure the storm didn't affect its structural integrity. Our immediate concern is to ensure you, your family or your clients are safe.

  2. We will provide  disaster cleanup services and sanitize your property to ensure your home or business doesn't harbour long-term hidden dangers like mould and bacteria after repairs are complete. In the case of flooding, we will provide all necessary water extraction and drying. It is imperative that your property be dried immediately to prevent the growth of mould.

 Our job is to repair everything that has been damaged, so that your home or business is returned to its pre-disaster condition.

 

Why Us?

With many years of experience in storm damage repair, Eclipse Restoration Ltd. is equipped to deal with all aspects of disaster cleanup and restoration.

 

We pride ourselves on completing property repairs as soon as possible after the incident in order to avoid any additional complications. Our priority is to get your life back on track as quickly as possible.

 

At Eclipse Restoration Ltd., we are committed to offering the best service for residential and commercial disaster cleanup. That means we are:

  • Available 24/7 for emergency services.

  • Experts in content management services, including thorough inventory and cataloged lists of all affected items and content cleaning/restoring when possible.

  • Every aspect of restoring your property, from the initial assessment to the final repairs will be handled by our professional team.

  • Friendly, professional, Project Managers and IICRC certified technicians will do everything in their power to make the process easier, and quicker, for you during these trying times, getting you back to your normal life.

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