How Gamecock Village Recovered From an EF3 Tornado

On March 19, 2018, at 8:30 pm, an EF3 tornado with sustained winds of nearly 150 mph struck the small college town of Jacksonville, Alabama. Jacksonville, located 100 miles west of Atlanta, is [...]

Lutheran Medical Center – a BluSky Commercial Roofing Success Story

  Lutheran Medical Center’s community relies on them, and they needed to keep their doors open even after sustaining extreme hail damage to their roof. Their fear was the job was so [...]

On the Job: Church Bell Restoration

In this edition of On the Job we take you (literally) inside a church bell.

On the Job: fire in downtown Raleigh

BluSky responded to the largest fire in Raleigh since the 1920s, providing restoration for fire, smoke, and water damage for a large apartment building.

Our Response to Hurricane Matthew

BluSky mobilized storm teams before Hurricane Matthew arrived and began responding to hundreds of calls for help while the storm was still in progress.

Fast response to hotel water damage minimizes lost revenue

Every room in the hotel was either occupied or reserved when a 4th floor sprinkler head suddenly burst one Sunday afternoon in Smyrna, GA, an Atlanta suburb.

BluSky responds to Carolina Beach hotel water damage

A 6th floor mechanical fire at the Carolina Beach Courtyard Marriott triggered the sprinkler system throughout the hotel, sending water all the way down to the first floor lobby

BluSky responds to West Virginia flooding

BluSky’s Large Loss Catastrophic Events Team is on the ground in Lewisburg, West Virginia, assisting in the recovery from what is the third-deadliest flooding on record in the state. Torrential [...]

BluSky Supporting South Carolina Flooding Recovery

BluSky has dispatched its Large Loss Catastrophic Events Team to Columbia, SC to support the area’s flood restoration efforts.  Although Hurricane Joaquin didn’t come ashore it dumped record [...]

Helping a veteran get into a home

When Marine Sgt. Nathan Harris patrolled the fields and woods of Afghanistan he willingly accepted the possibility of being wounded or killed while serving his country. But he refused to dwell on [...]

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