HURRICANE IDA: MOBILIZING MAMMOTH’S DISASTER RESPONSE TEAM
Louisiana, Gulf Coast & Mississippi River Valley:
As Hurricane Ida continues to cause widespread damage across Louisiana, the gulf coast and the Mississippi River Valley, Mammoth Restoration’s Large Loss Division is mobilizing to the affected areas to help the local schools, government buildings, hospitals, senior care facilities, commercial businesses, and other large community buildings recover from the damage. When catastrophes hit, it’s important to restore the backbones of each community first as they will be critical resources for future relief efforts. With such widespread damage, resources become scarce and those that wait to respond are often left on a waiting list while damages increase. (See – “Mold and Lingering Effects of Hurricanes”
Our Disaster Response Team is prepared with temp power, large dehumidifiers, tools, equipment, and an abundance of labor to get the job done quickly.
Pennsylvania, Ohio & New Jersey Impact:
As the storm track continues, Ida is forecasted to bring a heavy dose of rain across Pennsylvania, Ohio, New Jersey, and neighboring states later this week. In preparation Mammoth Restoration’s locations are moving resources to respond to widespread flooding across our region. With the ability to pull more equipment and an increased number of technicians from our multiple locations, Mammoth is prepared to help with larger losses that others cannot.
Ready to Respond:
- Trailer Mounted Desiccant Dehumidifiers
- Trailers of Air Movers and Dehumidification Equipment
- Labor – Access to 100’s of Professionals Ready To Go
- IICRC & OSHA Certified Technicians
- ICRA Certified (Infectious Control Risk Assessment)
- Fully Insured
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