Hurricane Michael hit North Carolina as a tropical storm on October 11, wreaking havoc to the Greater Charlotte area. The strong storm stayed in the area for 12 hours, receiving 3-5 inches of rain and 35 mph wind gusts.
North Carolina’s Governor, Roy Cooper gave a press conference, saying that “inland hurricanes and tropical storms are life-threatening and can do just as much damages as coastal storms.” He advised residents in the area to be on continue being on alert and stay off the roads for the time being.
If your home was affected by Hurricane Michael, take a look at our helpful infographic before re-entering your home.
If you find your home was damaged by the storm, call Restoration 1 of Greater Charlotte at [phone] . Our team of experts know exactly how to deal with water damage and will be ready to help you in this time of need.