According to NOAA, El Niño is forecast to be strong this winter. Some parts of the West, the Gulf Coast, the southern plains, the lower mid-Atlantic, and the southeastern U.S. will likely see a wetter-than-usual winter. The south is likely to be cooler, while the north is likely to be warmer.
Given the extreme weather patterns predicted for this year and from the last few years, we want to share what we’ve learned from handling storm recovery services across the country.
Last December, Winter Storm Elliott brought dangerous winter weather conditions to the central and eastern parts of the U.S. and led to significant damage for many of our clients.
An additional way to prepare is to set up an Emergency Response Agreement (ERA) with us. Being on standby allows us to mobilize quickly with the equipment and services needed to address weather emergencies. We have added advanced technology and expanded our inventory of generators and heating units to expedite our emergency response to storms like Elliott.
To learn more about winter weather preparedness, check out our blog and contact us today to set up an ERA before winter strikes.
We proudly announce that Engineering News-Record (ENR) named ATI one of its Top 600 Specialty Contractors for 2023. Firms that make ENR’s list are considered among the best in the business. ATI also ranks in the top 10 specialty contractors for abatement and environmental services.
ATI recently merged with Kress Restoration, a pioneer in the restoration industry in western Pennsylvania. For the last 60 years, Kress has built an excellent reputation for customer service, with a team of 48 certified restorers specializing in fire and water damage. We look forward to serving more clients in Pennsylvania and Ohio.
At this time of year, we are grateful for many things, including our clients. Thank you for trusting us with your business. It is a privilege to serve you.