Hurricane Harvey

Hurricane Harvey

Hurricane Harvey

Drummond st Houston TX 77025__ United States

(832) 209-2273

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Water Extraction Mediation: removal of wet debris (flooring, damaged wood, insulation, & drywall.

Foundation repairs: Digital measuring to test faults. Residential and commercial foundation repairs.

Design and Consultation: 3D renderings of proposed floor plan

Carpentry: Full-room additions, framing, re-siding, roof building/repairs, trim and molding, drywall installation/finishing and repairs, new doors and windows, flooring, forming/pouring/finishing concrete, skylights

Plumbing/Electrical: New installations, repairs, rough-in, appliance hookups

Finishes: Interior/exterior painting, textured walls and ceilings, refinished floors and cabinetry, deck staining

Flooring: Tile, sheet vinyl, laminate, hardwood

Kitchens/Bathrooms: Cabinet installations, custom cabinet builds, counters, back splashes, appliance installations, complete renovations. Tile showers and surrounds, tubs, tub surrounds, toilets, vanities, custom cabinet builds, handicap conversion, complete renovations
Hurricane Harvey is tied with Hurricane Katrina as the costliest tropical cyclone on record, inflicting $125 billion (2017 USD) in damage, primarily from catastrophic rainfall-triggered flooding in the Houston metropolitan area. It was the first major hurricane to make landfall in the United States since Wilma in 2005, ending a record 12-year span in which no hurricanes made landfall at such an intensity in the country. In a four-day period, many areas received more than 40 inches (1,000 mm) of rain as the system slowly meandered over eastern Texas and adjacent waters, causing unprecedented flooding. With peak accumulations of 60.58 in (1,539 mm), Harvey was the wettest tropical cyclone on record in the United States. The resulting floods inundated hundreds of thousands of homes, displaced more than 30,000 people, and prompted more than 17,000 rescues. The eighth named storm, third hurricane, and the first major hurricane of the extremely active 2017 Atlantic hurricane season, Harvey developed from a tropical wave to the east of the Lesser Antilles, reaching tropical storm status on August 17. The storm crossed through the Windward Islands on the following day, making landfall on the southern end of Barbados and a second landfall on Saint Vincent. Upon entering the Caribbean Sea, Harvey began to weaken due to moderate wind shear, and degenerated into a tropical wave north of Colombia, early on August 20. The remnants were monitored for regeneration as it continued west-northwestward across the Caribbean and the Yucatán Peninsula, before redeveloping over the Bay of Campeche on August 23. Harvey then began to rapidly intensify on August 24, regaining tropical storm status and becoming a hurricane later that day. While the storm moved generally northwest, Harvey's intensification phase stalled slightly overnight from August 24–25; however, Harvey soon resumed strengthening and quickly became a major hurricane and attained Category 4 intensity later that day. Hours later, Harvey made landfall at San José Island, Texas, at peak intensity, followed by another landfall at Holiday Beach at Category 3 intensity. Afterwards, rapid weakening ensued, and Harvey had downgraded to a tropical storm as it stalled near the coastline of the state, dropping torrential and unprecedented amounts of rainfall over the Lone Star state. On August 28, it emerged back over the Gulf of Mexico, strengthening slightly before making a fifth and final landfall in Louisiana on August 29. As Harvey drifted inland, it quickly weakened again as it became extratropical on September 1, before dissipating two days later. Harvey caused at least 107 confirmed deaths: 1 in Guyana, and 106 in the United States. Total damage from the hurricane is estimated at $125 billion, making it among the costliest natural disasters ever in the United States, comparable with Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Wikipedia
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