It’s finally summer, which means that temperatures are rising to blistering levels. This injects a little extra happiness into Tulsa culture, but it’s not all good news. Drought season is upon us, which means it is time to conserve water and prepare for an increased possibility of fire damage.
It’s quite common to see dozens of wildfires around the country during the summer. These fires can consume acres and acres of land, along with homes and other buildings. You might believe that something like this could never happen in your neighborhood–until it does.
Homeowners should always monitor droughts and new wildfires in Tulsathe area. Use these two websites as a reference to avoid the deadly effects of a fire:
Drought Monitor – http://droughtmonitor.unl.edu/
USDA Forest Service Fire Mapping – http://activefiremaps.fs.fed.us/
Paul Davis Restoration & Remodeling of Tulsa OK is the place to call if your home experiences fire damage. We can help with cleaning up all damage and restoring your property. This involves services linked to the water damage caused from putting out the blaze. You can expect timely response and professional care when you choose to work with our fire damage technicians.