The storm damage and its catastrophic consequences have left thousands of people roofless throughout different areas of Texas. In the wake of the disaster, the authorities simply can’t help everyone fast enough. Along with volunteers and non-profit organizations, Schulte Roofing is assisting people with home repair, emergency roofing, roof replacement, and damage assessment.
Authorities say the intensity of the rainfall was beyond anything that has ever happened before. Aside from the human toll, the disaster left behind over $40 billion in damage and the number could reach as high as $100 billion.
As more and more organizations strive to help people cope with consequences of the catastrophic storm, you can help as well. There are plenty of non-profit and volunteer organizations providing urgent relief and services during this natural disaster that you can join.
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