Disaster ResponseDuring times of natural disasters such as hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, and floods, the federal government, in cooperation with state and local agencies, reaches out to private sector companies to help speed recovery efforts. Events like these can affect the lives, homes, and properties of thousands of Americans over large areas. Time is critical in responding to events of this magnitude and the requirements of these operations demand a company have the personnel and resources to respond quickly and effectively. Snow Enterprises is proud to have played a role in the recovery efforts in Florida and the gulf coast states after hurricanes Jeanne, Frances, and Ivan in 2004 and hurricanes Rita, Katrina, and Wilma in the 2005 hurricane season.
Damage EvaluationsAs first responders to disaster areas damage evaluation inspectors assess the physical damage to an areas infrastructure. This may include homes, business, and public buildings and will
About FEMAThe Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has the responsibility for creating and maintaining the emergency response network and systems of the United States government. FEMA works closely with State and Local agencies to coordinate over-all efforts in response to disasters nationwide. Snow Enterprises has played an integral part in working with these programs to provide complete rehabilitation of properties for occupancy by disaster victims.
Construction EstimatesSnow Enterprises offers expert estimates for partial or complete rehabilitation of properties including all required repairs, system replacement, floor covering, painting, appliance installation, and etc. From the most extensive repair to the smallest detail, our estimators have years of experience in the construction industry and provide accurate estimates in a report format suited to your needs.
Emergency Roof RepairA high priority after hurricane and other storm damage is the temporary repair of roofs to prevent further interior property damage. Snow Enterprises has the resources to place a large number of field emergency crews to place tarps and/or perform any general emergency roof repairs.