Weather damage from natural disasters, such as floods, wildfires, and earthquakes, can have overwhelming effects on your home and your family. Count on ServiceMaster Restoration by First Response for a 24/7 emergency response to your property when a natural disaster strikes in West Sacramento, CA, and the surrounding areas.
- IICRC-Certified Technicians
- 24/7 Fast Response
- Insurance Claims Assistance
- Secure Your Property From Further Damage
- Provide Plan of Action for Total Restoration
- Get Your Life Back to Normal ASAP
Many times, water causes the most damage by entering your home through damaged rooftops or broken windows. Once inside, water can ruin everything from furniture, electronics, and appliances to essential documents and keepsakes, saturating the structural elements of your home and putting it at risk for even greater danger.
24/7 Emergency Restoration Services AFTER A NATURAL DISASTER
- Immediate board-up services to secure damaged structures against the elements or vandalism
- Full assessment of the extent of your storm and natural disaster damage
- Cooperation with your insurance company, including filing the paperwork necessary for your claim
- Project management and coordination with other contractors
- Contents packing, removal, and storage in our secure facility
- Demolition of unsalvageable structures
- Repair and reconstruction of your property
At ServiceMaster Restoration by First Response, we're committed to getting your life back to normal after Mother Nature blows out of town. Open dialog is central to our customer care approach for severe weather damage. We keep you informed at every step of our process to ensure you're always aware of the progress we're making. We provide helpful guidance in your time of need. Whenever you need us, we're there for you. For natural disaster restoration services in Sacramento, Yolo, and Yuba Counties, call ServiceMaster Restoration by First Response.
Types of Natural Disasters
- El Niño Cycles
Wildfire and Mudslide Damage Resoration
When wildfires or mudslides strike, count on ServiceMaster Restoration by First Response to be there for you with the knowledge, expertise and helpful guidance to get life back to normal. No matter how daunting the situation can appear, we'll support you from beginning to end and help you navigate the solution that's right for you and your family.
Protect Yourself & Your Community
- Make and frequently practice a family evacuation plan that includes meeting locations, a communication plan and pet accommodations.
- Use building and yard materials that won't burn easily.
- Keep an area up to 100 feet around your home lean, clean and green.
- Clean your roof, gutters and deck of dead leaves and pine needles often.
- Create an emergency bag of personal items you'll need if you're asked to leave home.
- Leave your home when asked to do so.
- Frequently review radio, TV and apps to stay updated on the latest weather information.
- Make sure you have a disaster plan for worst-case scenarios.
- Pack a bug-out bag with survival essentials if you have to leave home in a hurry.
- Familiarize yourself with the landscapes around your home.
- Listen for unusual sounds that could mean a mudslide is about to begin.
- Be ready to leave, and plan where to meet up if separated from loved ones.
We've got you covered with a comprehensive range of water damage and fire damage services.
Earthquake Damage & Tsunami Recovery
At ServiceMaster Restoration by First Response, we've responded to some of the worst earthquake disasters in our country's history. What's more, we know how it feels. Our restoration experts live and work in the same communities you do and are affected by the same earthquakes that impact your home. With 65+ years of experience, we have the know-how and skills to fix earthquake damage and get your life quickly back onto solid ground again.
Earthquake Damage Facts From FEMA
Earthquakes strike suddenly, violently and without warning at any time of the year and at any time of the day or night.
- Smaller earthquakes often follow the main shock.
- An earthquake is caused by the breaking and shifting of rock beneath the earth's surface. Ground shaking from earthquakes can collapse buildings and bridges; disrupt gas, electric and phone service and sometimes trigger landslides, avalanches, flash floods, fires and huge, destructive ocean waves (tsunamis).
- Most earthquake-related injuries result from collapsing walls, flying glass and falling objects.
- Several thousand shocks of varying sizes occur annually in the United States, and 70 to 75 damaging earthquakes occur throughout the world each year. All 50 states and all U.S. territories are vulnerable to earthquakes. Where earthquakes have occurred in the past, they will happen again.
- California experiences the most frequent and damaging earthquakes; however, Alaska experiences the greatest number of large earthquakes—most located in uninhabited areas.
- Earthquakes occur most frequently west of the Rocky Mountains, although historically, the most violent earthquakes have occurred in the central United States.
- The Richter Scale, developed by Charles F. Richter in 1935, is a logarithmic measurement of the amount of energy released by an earthquake. Earthquakes with a magnitude of at least 4.5 are strong enough to be recorded by sensitive seismographs all over the world.
- It is estimated that a major earthquake in a highly populated area of the United States could cause as much as $200 billion in losses.
Many fault lines run through the United States, and if one of those ruptures causes an earthquake, your home could suffer extreme damage. The shaking and shifting of the earth could cause severe structural damage and rupture gas, water, and sewage lines in your home. Additionally, residents of coastal areas should maintain awareness of undersea earthquakes that could generate powerful tsunamis and subsequent tsunami damage. These walls of water move very quickly and carry momentum that can easily overwhelm protective barriers. The force, abruptness, and magnitude of the flooding caused by tsunamis can cause catastrophic damage to your home and the surrounding environment.
From structural problems to cracks and breakages caused by Mother Nature, we provide guidance and expertise to help you deal with the aftermath and safely restore your home. Our professionals work with you throughout the process to final restoration and are always there to answer any questions and ease any confusion. We work with you throughout the entire tsunami or earthquake recovery process, from day one to project completion. We even follow-up with you after restoration is complete to ensure no additional issues arise. That way, you can always have peace of mind.
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