Hurricane Harvey – One Year Later

Aug 31, 2018 | Climate and Enviroment

The view from my front porch at 6:57 AM, August 27, 2017

After the rain cleared, August 29, 2017

Over the course of the past year, we’ve been very busy helping those Houstonians who’s homes and businesses suffered the horrible wrath of Harvey. Of course, the aftermath of that rain-pounding leviathan is by no means over—according to a study conducted earlier this week by the Kaiser Foundation, 70% of the people affected by Harvey are reporting that their lives are already, or almost, back to normal, which leaves 30% of Harvey’s victims still wading through the loss and disruption. However, with the one-year anniversary upon us, perhaps there’s been enough time for us to gain a little objectivity and really take stock of not only the wild and scary storm, but also the incredible outpouring of community and kindness that followed in its wake.

Here’s a round-up of some valuable stories and memorials that are circulating around the internet:

Harvey heads for Houston in the form of a crawfish–pinch, pinch!

For a heartwarming Harvey tale, here’s the first video of a 14-part saga of Harvey the Hurricane Hawk:

For those of you that suffered losses during the storm, we hope that you’re fully recovered–or at least on the way to recovery. If you need any help in the final stages of clean up, please give us a call! We’re happy to help!

Call 713-645-4611 today!

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