In 2021, there were twenty-one named storms with winds of thirty-nine miles per hour or greater, including 7 hurricanes with winds seventy-four miles per hour or greater, and of those, four were major hurricanes with winds of one hundred eleven miles per hour or greater (Source: Forbes).
According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, this was the third most active year on record in terms of named storms and the sixth consecutive above-normal Atlantic hurricane season. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Climate Prediction Center’s Atlantic Hurricane Season forecast, there is a 65% chance that the 2022 hurricane season will be above-average.
Sasser Restoration is one of the nation’s leading disaster response teams and has helped bring buildings back to life after some of the nation’s most catastrophic hurricanes. “It is our passion and duty to bring buildings back to life after disaster strikes,” said Houston Summers, Partner at Sasser Restoration. “We come prepared to each location, ready to respond to the most dire situations, serve the people most affected, and produce quality solutions so our clients can return to normalcy.”
With a mobile fleet of emergency response vehicles equipped to handle catastrophic disasters of any size, an extensive inventory of technology and equipment and a team of highly skilled and certified members who are experts in the field, the Sasser team is ready to respond to the 2022 hurricane season within a moment’s notice.
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