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BELFOR Property Restoration
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Restoring properties worldwide after fire, wind, water, and natural disasters.
Restoring properties worldwide after fire, wind, water, and natural disasters.

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A state of emergency has been declared after several tornadoes touched down in Iowa yesterday. We encourage those who have experienced property damage to follow these important steps.
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High surf and rip current hazards are expected along the U.S. East Coast as Hurricane Chris accelerates in the Atlantic Ocean. Keep up with forecast updates!
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It’s National Insurance Awareness Day! Make sure you’re ready for hurricane season:
✔️ Contact your agent to learn more about flood insurance
✔️ Pack a storm bag with essential supplies
✔️ Make a family communication plan

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Much of the U.S. will likely have hot & humid weather for the Fourth of July holiday. Click below for forecast details:
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With flash flood watches & warnings issued across Texas today, we encourage everyone to keep up with forecast updates & remain #floodsmart.
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Avoid overloading extension cords this summer by plugging your air conditioner directly into a wall socket.
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Working outside in the heat? Avoid drinking caffeinated & carbonated drinks that can increase the effects of heat illness.
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Roughly 6 wildfires are burning across Colorado prompting emergency evacuations. Stay aware of the latest news and updates from your local media and fire department.
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A forklift inspection should be performed & documented before each shift. Doing this will allow you to spot abnormalities & potential hazards.
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If lightning is in your area, remain in a safe place for at least 30 minutes after the last rumble of thunder is heard before resuming outdoor activities.
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