Hurricane Harvey caused extreme weather damage and destructive storms on the coastlines of Texas over the weekend, displacing residents and devastating communities as a result.
We are prepared to help.
S-E-A has a long history as an acknowledged leader in investigative engineering and forensic science related to catastrophes such as hurricanes, tornados and hailstorms. Our CAT team of engineers and investigators in our Houston office is ready to handle your damage assessments involving:
Please contact us at 800.880.7324 for additional information, or submit an assignment on our website. You can also send us a message via email to stormoffice@SEAlimited.com where requests are monitored 24/7.
Learn more about how we can help by reviewing our Storm Damage Analysis & Evaluation Brochure. Our thoughts are with those in Texas facing the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.
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