Spared the snow/ice storm, but wind and rain came instead
Northeastern Oklahoma was spared the fury of the winter storm that hit our fellow Oklahomans in the panhandle in December. Our meteorologists had given us plenty of warning about the potential of a significant winter storm affecting Green Country, then gradually lowered the alerts as the storm ingredients' characteristics changed.
We did get plenty of rain, accompanied by note-worthy wind. This homeowner's roof was compromised by an Oklahoma storm. Rain that seeped through the roof affected areas in the attic, insulation, walls, ceilings (which gave way from the weight of becoming saturated), flooring and contents.
The SERVPRO of Greater Broken Arrow team was called in to remove the contaminated debris, contain the hole in the ceiling, begin drying the structure and contents, tarp the roof until repairs can be made. As we are working to get the residents' lives back to normal as quickly as possible, we are working within their insurance company's guidelines.