It is a struggle to conduct “business as usual”. The news coverage, the Facebook posts and the general knowledge that a few short miles away is such utter devastation makes my mind wander and fret. But I am faced with the fact that we are a restoration company
and we do have the capability of minimizing damage to someone’s home when something like this has occurred. The families who no longer have a home will begin the process of rebuilding, but there are many others that have varying degrees of damage. The continuous storms increase the chance that these homes are getting more and more damaged with each passing day.We know companies are converging on the area and they are familiar with disasters because they too chase storms for a living. I just want our customers to know that we have been here for 20 years and we will be here long after the CAT Disaster Companies drive off in their trailers to the next storm-affected area.If you know someone who has damage from the storm, but isn’t sure where to turn, have them give us a call. We can put their mind at ease and begin getting them back to pre-disaster condition.On a personal front, we are so grateful that our friend Wendi and her daughter Laila got out of Briarwood Elementary safe and sound. She has taught for 20+ years in Moore Public Schools and re-creating her Kindergarten classroom will be an additional challenge to face.Let us know if there is anything we can do to make this time a bit easier. We are a part of this community
and want to serve our friends and neighbors.
Thanks for being a customer of ours.
Carrie and Jim MitchellOwnersSooner Carpet & RestorationSooner Contracting