If you’re new to living in Wisconsin, you probably don’t know what all the fuss is all about when it comes to our big storms. However, it’s critical that you are prepared for whatever Mother Nature has to throw at you in our beloved state. For your sake, please pay attention to these four basic steps for storm preparation.
Extreme weather can mean danger for your home. When high winds, snow, and rain rage, the impact could be more than you were prepared for. Make the changes to your home to better protect it from any type of storm…
Mother Nature is relentless. We’ve seen her mighty influence rage across Wisconsin, the rest of the United States, and the entire world this year. Discover what happened during seven of the biggest storms of 2018.
National Preparedness Month is coming up. Each week has a theme aimed at preparing self and others. Here's an infographic to get you started and prepared.
Tornadoes are dangerous natural disasters. Not only can they be physically harmful for you, but they can be destructive for your home. Discover what you can do to protect your home from tornadoes.
A common misunderstanding, however, has to do with who you can hire as a restoration contractor. Do I have to use the contractor suggested by my insurance agent/company? If I select a different contractor will I still be covered? We answer these questions, here.
Living in Wisconsin, you can expect heavy winter storms and snowfall. Often, these storms wreak havoc on your home and property, and there’s little that you can do about it in the moment. There are, however, precautions you can take in order to limit the amount of damage done to your home, specifically the roof.
As the temperatures drop, your home and property are at risk of damage due to heavy snow, freezing ice, and cold temperatures. Here’s a list of the types of damages your home faces and steps to preventing disasters.
Extreme winds can be terrifying! They can also be highly destructive to your home. A fallen tree does not, however, mean that all is lost. Kelmann Restoration is certainly capable of restoring such damage!