February 5th is National Weather Person Day, commemorating the birth of one of the first known weather watchers, John Jeffries. This national day is dedicated to all those who work in the fields of meteorology, weather forecasting, and broadcast meteorology as well as volunteer storm spotters and observers.
We want to take this opportunity to recognize all the weathermen and women who keep us updated on what's brewing outside. We rely on these people every day to provide us with accurate information about the weather, and they deserve a round of applause.
There's one thing you have in common with meteorologists; you watch the weather. They predict, and then (hopefully) you prepare; it's a team effort! No one would be ready for the floods, snowstorms, and high winds of life without these people's around the clockwork.
When it rains, it pours. Being in the restoration business, we know firsthand that it's always good to prepare your home before severe weather strikes, as it could save you in costly repairs afterward.
Just like you can count on the weatherman or woman to warn you of a storm, you can count on Menold through the wind, rain, snow, ice, and whatever else the sky throws at your home or business. Although we can't help what the weather does, we can try our best to make your situation better through our residential and business home restoration services.
Give us a call at 877-636-6537 or visit our website for more information. You can also check out the National Weather Service's website to see forecast maps, radars, and more information about the weather in your area. Consider this a friendly reminder to be thankful the next time you turn on the weather channel!