Aftermath of Michael
Looking around Bay County three months after the storm of a lifetime still looks like a war zone. Although to those of us that live here, it is far less brutal than three months ago. However, it is still a reminder of just how lucky we are to have survived.
As a franchise, we are still in high gear helping our neighbors overcome the challenges that come with a storm this size, but it has put our own needs on hold. Before the storm SERVPRO of Bay County was in the process of moving to a new building that would house community educational programs as well as our growing staff. Like many others, we found ourselves with a completely demolished building that had to be completely rebuilt. We are still conducting business in tents, trailers and out of our cars. You would think that this would wreak havoc on our morale but just the contrary, the troops pulled together and are stronger than ever.
We look today at an almost complete, shiny, new building ready for the eagerly awaiting people that are proud to call themselves SERVPRO Soldiers. They are still fighting the good fight to get our community back to “Like it never even happened."