Preparing for Hurricane Sandy : Northern Virignia

by | October 26th, 2012 | Home Maintenance, Roofing | No Comments

Perhaps Hurricane Sandy is being blown out of proportion, maybe it will truly turn out to be the “perfect storm.” Whatever the outcome, Consumer Construction will be open and available for service starting 7:00am Monday morning. Whether it be a major leak, a downed tree, or blown off shingles, we are a full-service exterior contractor ready to tackle any problem.

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Take these few simple steps to insure your home is ready for the storm.

1) Remove weak and dead trees or tree limbs on your property.
2) Keep gutters and downspouts cleared, and diverting away from the foundation of your home.
3) Secure all deck furniture/grills or place in a shed or garage.
4) Have batteries for flashlights in stock. Have a battery-powered radio, maybe a battery-powered television set for keeping up with the latest advisories.
5) Walk your property and address any causes for possible concern, loose shingles, missing siding, cracked glass, etc.

If the storm turns severe, we are also experienced with emergency dry-ins to protect your home while waiting for insurance adjusters to make it out to your property.

Give us a call, we look forward to hearing from you. (703) 491-0745

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