With little-to-no warning, a tornado can wreak havoc on our homes, businesses and entire communities. From the tearing down of trees, ripping off of roofs, and smashed windows, it's one of the scariest things someone can experience. Aside from the emotional stress from the aftermath, the tornado damage cleanup can also cause disruption and unnecessary stress in our daily lives.

For this reason, when a tornado affects your property, it's important to have a company you can rely on for fast, efficient property restoration. At ALL-CLEAN USA, we are here for you and will keep you up to date throughout the entire tornado damage restoration process, so this situation is as stress-free as possible.

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Tornado Disaster Cleanup

As Arkansas restoration professionals, we understand the difficulties that come in dealing with tornado damage aftermath. and we will provide the best solutions for you, your home, or your business and commercial property.

Our ALL-CLEAN USA rapid response team is here to provide you the help and relief you need, no matter the amount of tornado damage to your home or commercial property.

The first thing to do is trust the pros to get your home or business back to normal. At ALL-CLEAN USA, through every step of the way, we are here to make life easier for you. We will work with each and every customer to understand their specific needs, priorities and goals so we can be there beginning to end to ensure a speedy recovery.


Tornado Prepareness Tips

It’s important to understand the difference between a tornado watch and a tornado warning so that you can act accordingly in the event of a tornado. A tornado watch indicates that a tornado is probable, but hasn’t yet formed. On the other hand, a tornado warning indicates that there is an active tornado that has been detected. A tornado watch covers a larger area (such as a county) that is being monitored for signs of a tornado, whereas a tornado warning covers a smaller area, such as a town, that is in the projected path of a known tornado.

During a tornado watch, you should keep a close eye on the news and grab any key supplies that you might need in your tornado safe place like flashlights, a battery-powered radio, or a first aid kit. It’s a good idea to make an emergency supplies kit ahead of time that includes everything you would need if you were to encounter a tornado.

If there is a tornado warning for your area, you need to take immediate cover. If you do not have a designated tornado shelter, go to the lowest floor of your house in an interior room. If you are in a mobile home or outdoors, find a sturdy building with a solid foundation. It is best to avoid driving if possible while a tornado warning is out because the vehicle can be picked up by the high winds or hit with debris if the tornado gets too close.

Steps to Take to Prepare for a Tornado

  • Find a designated shelter in your home or close by.

  • Create an emergency supplies kit that you can grab in a hurry.

  • Write down important information such as the contact information of insurance agents, banks, hospitals, neighbors, landlords/property managers, etc. and store them in a safe place.

  • If you have children, read up on their school’s emergency dismissal policy.

  • Download your local weather station’s app on your phone so that you can always receive updates regarding the weather.

Restoration Plan of Attack

In our more than 3 decades of handling disaster cleanup, we have helped thousands of residential and commercial customers recover from disasters - both big and small.

Whether cleaned on-site or packed and cleaned later in a controlled environment, using the latest in cleaning technology, skilled ALL-CLEAN USA technicians will clean, sanitize, and deodorize most contents that may appear to be unrecoverable.

Passionate about what we do, we are here for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. No matter the damage, when a tornado strikes your home or commercial space, and you aren't sure where to turn, come to ALL-CLEAN USA.

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