Flash Flooding In Pensacola Florida Parts Of Mobile Alabama and Louisiana
Parts of the Gulf Coast region received upwards of fifteen inches of rain on Saturday, with Pensacola Florida being amongst the hardest hit communities. The storm system is hovering around in the region today, with another 3-6 inches of rainfall projected to fall, many communities could find themselves under a flood warning. With the start of the 2012 Hurricane Season earlier this month, the gulf coast storm that has created much of the flooding problems was not classified as a Tropical Storm or Hurricanes, primarily due to the fact that the wind speeds were never clocked over sixty miles per hour. The storms moisture however was very reminiscent of a large storm system based on the rainfall.
The disaster recovery unit from Jarvis’s Florida office are closely monitoring the storms and have reached out to local business owners and commercial property managers who made need assistance with dry-out of building, retail stores, apartment complexes and office buildings. Jarvis national disaster response team has been involved in helping property owners recover from catastrophic flooding for over thirty years. In 2011, the Jarvis team assisted with cleanup from Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee from North Carolina to New York.
If you have a flood damaged property in Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi from the recent storm system, you can reach our 24hour dispatch center at 866-452-7847 for coordination of services. Jarvis is a member of the BBB and employee water damage restoration technicians who have been certified by the IICRC.
For community residents in Pensacola, Mobile, Gulfport, Biloxi areas – do not drive into flooded areas, avoid re-entering flooded properties that may have live electricity running, the most important thing to do during a flooding disaster is head to higher ground and a safe place.