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Hurricane Damage Inspections

In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, many residents throughout the Houston area find themselves overwhelmed by the devastation caused to their homes. At Bryan & Bryan Inspections of Houston, we feel that devastation right alongside you. As a locally owned and operated business, we take great pride in our community.

Houston Storm Damage

In fact, our founder Greg Bryan personally felt the pain of flooding and sympathizes with what his friends, neighbors, and family members have been experiencing the last few weeks. And in the aftermath of the storm, both Greg and the rest of our team want to encourage Houston homeowners to be proactive in documenting their losses so you can help your house recover—and a storm damage inspection can help you do just that.

Storm Damage Inspections

As you navigate submitting claims to your insurance, documentation is key. It’s hard to part with personal items that have been lost, but you need to take careful note of each and every one of your valuables. Additionally, pay attention to the overall condition of your home. A storm damage inspection can help you get a professionally written inspection report which will note the exterior condition, including the roof, as well as a moisture intrusion thermal scan.

This moisture scan is so important after your home has been exposed to flooding. Often your home can appear to be cleaned up from the flood, but the moisture has already taken its toll in unseen places of your home. Don’t take a chance with your home or your health. Instead, opt for mold testing in addition to the home inspection.

Schedule Today

Don’t wait too long to schedule your storm damage inspection. The sooner you get the inspection, the closer you can get to having your home back. Our team at Bryan & Bryan Inspections serves the greater Houston, TX, area, including Pearland, Katy, The Woodlands, and Sugar Land. To find out more or to schedule an inspection, contact our team today at (281) 484-8318, or schedule online at your convenience.

photo credit: Lt. Zachary West via Army National Guard


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