As the 2022 Hurricane season, which runs from June 1 to November 30, draws to a close, demand for licensed contractors shows no signs of slowing down. Hurricane Ian and Hurricane Nicole, though long gone, have left a trail of broken roofs, shattered windows, and piles of rubble in their wake.
While there have been massive recovery efforts underway, Florida Division of Emergency Management Director Kevin Guthrie warns that the hardest-hit neighborhoods could still be facing another 12 to 18 months to get back up and running. Projects like roof repair, window replacement, and other construction specialties are expected to stretch well into next year.
Hurricane recovery is a lengthy and multi-layered process. In Fort Myers Beach, four restaurants are back in business—good news for the city which is heavily dependent on tourism. Still, many professional office buildings nearby remain shuttered while awaiting complete reconstruction.
Storm damage can lead to worsening problems if not addressed promptly. Needing roof repair or roof replacement after this year’s hurricane season? The best time to start was yesterday or earlier. The next best time is now. Nakoma has the Florida licensed contractors you need to restore your property back to all its former glory.