Hurricane Isaac Causes Property Damage across Florida
Advanced Building Assessment helps Florida’s property owners respond to heavy rains, winds and flooding due to natural disasters.
Although Hurricane Isaac spared the bulk of Florida from a direct hit, it still left a wake of destruction and property damage across parts of the state. High winds and regional flooding played havoc in areas closing roads and knocking down power lines. A number of homes and businesses were also impacted by this large hurricane.
Eric Osking, M.S., CIEC, President of Advanced Building Assessment, is all too familiar with property damage caused by hurricanes and tropical storms. Mr. Osking’s company provides Floridians with a host of indispensible services following natural disasters. During most of the year Advanced Building Assessment is busy providing indoor environmental services, public insurance adjusting, and home inspections across the state, but following large storms the company’s public insurance adjuster services requests spike.
“Florida gets a little bit everything,” stated Mr. Osking. “From hurricanes to fires, tornados, and flooding we see it all. Every time a natural disaster hits Florida, our staff quickly begins responding to people’s property damage calls. As a licensed public insurance adjuster in the state of Florida, I have firsthand experience and expertise in insurance adjusting, property damage evaluations and assessments to handle these types of property damage claims.”
In addition to responding to calls following natural disasters, Advanced Building Assessment typically sees a spike in requests for insurance inspections. Insurance inspections can help residential and commercial property owners save on their insurance premiums, or provide the necessary documentation to acquire a favorable policy. These services include wind mitigation inspections, 4 point inspections, roof certifications, and elevation certificates.
Advanced Building Assessment encourages people to watch a video about hurricanes and how to avoid indoor environmental hazards following a storm. It can be seen at:
To learn more about post storm recovery services and public adjuster services, or other indoor air quality (IAQ), environmental or property insurance related inspection services, please visit http://www.BldgInspect.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (407) 371-5237.
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Advanced Building Assessment is a leading provider of environmental consulting, home inspection and public adjuster services for clients across Florida.
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