Prevent Flooding in Your Roanoke Home
Storms and hurricanes are a regular part of life in the Roanoke Valley, bringing the threat of flooded homes and thousands of dollars in repair and cleanup costs. But even a little water seeping into your home over time can mean unpleasant dampness and the growth of unhealthy mold and mildew. Protect Your Home Planning
It’s hurricane season. We can help you prepare for the worst even in Roanoke.
Think you’re safe from the effects of hurricanes in Roanoke and the rest of Southwestern Virginia? Camille and Isabel beg to differ. Camille came ashore in Mississippi in August 1969 as a category 5 hurricane with wind speeds of up to 200 mph, weakening quickly to a tropical depression as it headed northeast. Despite its post-tropical status,
Southern Trust can help weather the storm
National Emergency Preparedness Month came this year at both a fortunate and disastrous time. Hurricane Harvey set a rainfall record for the continental U.S. when it barreled ashore near Houston in late August, and floodwaters have yet to fully recede. Hurricane Irma followed close behind Harvey, devastating parts of the Caribbean before spreading damage and