Updated: Dec 10, 2019
Monsoon season is officially upon us. Educate yourself and take necessary precautions to protect your Queen Creek property.
Did you know it only takes only takes 18 inches of water to carry away a vehicle. Play it safe, and do not cross roads of flowing water. If you get caught driving in a dust storm, your visibility can be significantly compromised. Pull off the road, put your vehicle in park and turn your lights off until the dust storm passes.
Avoid Severe Weather
Check the local Queen Creek weather and stay up to date on current weather conditions. Know the difference between a weather watch, warning, flood advisory and flash flood warning. Here at Good Times Restoration we are on standby 24/7 ready to assist you and your family. If you experience flooding, water damage, damaged roofs, or mold give us a call us and we will be en route to your Queen Creek property within 60 minutes.
Check your property for loose debris, overhanging trees, and other potential hazards that could cause damage to your San Tan Valley house or property. Be proactive and create a communication and evacuation plan to keep your family safe in case of an emergency.
Prepare a Care Kit
After a disaster officials will be on scene to assist people, however they cannot reach every one immediately, so make sure you have a care kit that includes water, food and other supplies to last at least 72 hours.
During a storm, lightning can strike up to 10 miles away. When thunder roars go inside or take shelter. Monsoon winds can also create dust storms or Haboobs that can significantly affect the air quality, so avoid being outside if possible.
Severe storms can cause power outages and other service interruptions.
You can mitigate these issues by purchasing candles, flashlights, and portable solar chargers for cell phones and laptops.
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