We hope our Florida community is staying safe as we contend with the devastation Hurricane Ian has left behind. Our emergency response teams are here to help homeowners and businesses after Hurricane Ian!
Massey Roofing Construction Group offers tarping services, temporary and full roofing repairs, emergency services, roof inspections, and storm debris clean ups. Please call 844.784.7663 for immediate assistance.
By tarping your roof quickly, you will prevent further damage to your home and better protect your belongings. Fix the leak immediately, get a roof inspection within 48 hours and quote within 24 hours.
We have the highest equipment & experience to handle any type of hurricane and storm damage. You can count on us to identify the source of a leak, repair your roof professionally, and help you file your insurance claim. Serving Marco Island, Naples, Bonita Springs, Fort Myers, Cape Coral, Sarasota and surrounding areas.
Born and raised in Florida, Mark Massey, Massey Construction Group, Inc. is a full-service construction firm owned, operated, and managed locally. Serving Marco Island, Naples, Bonita Springs, Fort Myers, Cape Coral, Sarasota and surrounding areas.
What to do after the Hurricane
If you had to evacuate, understand that it could be a few days after the storm ends before you can return home. It is necessary for emergency workers to check for safety hazards as well as conduct any rescue operations.
Avoid downed power lines. You should never touch anything near downed power lines, including water or water puddles. Turn off electricity at the main breaker if it’s safe to do so.
Board up broken windows to prevent further damage. Arrange for temporary repairs. Contact us if you are in need of roof repairs.
Be wary of any gas lines that may have been damaged or broken during the storm. When there is suspicion of a gas leak, stay away from the property until the utility company deems it safe to enter.
In the event of flooding, water should be removed as soon as possible.
Use dehumidifiers and fans to keep air flowing, lessening the chance that mold and mildew will form. Run your air conditioner all the time.
Watch out for storm-related hazards such as flood water, sharp objects, broken tree limbs, and other structures damaged by high winds or water.
As you assess your home, document all damage with photos and consult your insurance company about any coverage that you may have for repairs.
If you are concerned that your home is unsafe as a result of storm damage, contact your insurance company for assistance in finding temporary accommodations.