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High Wind Advisory for Wolf Creek Community?

12/27/2022 (Permalink)

High winds bend a tree over. We restore commercial property damage 24-hours a day in Lane County.

Our South Eugene and Florence teams respond to commercial property damage emergencies every year in Wolf Creek. Here are some tips for minimizing the potential for wind damage from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA):

Trim or Remove Dead, Damaged, or Rotting Trees and Limbs

High winds can cause trees and branches to fall. Make sure any damaged trees on the property are trimmed or removed regularly. Your home should be at least a full-grown tree’s height away from the base of any tree, usually about 40 feet away.

Seal Cracks and Gaps

Prevent wind or water from coming in. Make sure caulking around windows and doors is in good shape and not cracked, broken, or missing. Fill all holes or gaps around pipes or wires that enter your building with a waterproof sealant.

Anchor Any Fuel Tanks and External Utility Links

If an external fuel tank or utilities are located outside, anchor or tie them down according to the ground anchor instructions. This will help reduce the risk of them overturning and sliding.

Call Us Today!

When your Wolf Creek commercial business or home has a property damage emergency, our South Eugene and Florence team will restore your commercial damage “Like it never even happened.” Call us today at 541-345-0115.

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