Best Option Restoration franchise opportunity in Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex

Best Option Restoration works to help recover and build home after disaster strikes. If you’re interested to become a Best Option Restoration franchise owner in Dallas-Fort Worth metro, please fill out the form below or call us at (720) 204-2095

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Disaster Restoration Franchise Opportunities in Dallas-Fort Worth metro

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Disaster statistics in Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex

May 2017 - Hail storm and wind damage impacting several states including CO, OK, TX, NM, MO. The most costly impacts were in the Denver metro region where baseball-sized hail caused the most expensive hail storm in Colorado history, with insured losses exceeding 1.5 billion.

May 2015 - Sustained period of severe thunderstorms and tornadoes affecting several states including Montana, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri and Texas. The most concentrated days for tornado development were on May 22 and 24. Additional damage was created by straight-line high wind and hail damage.

June 2015 - Wildfires burned over 10.1 million acres across the U.S. in 2015, surpassing 2006 for the highest annual total of U.S. acreage burned since record-keeping began in 1960. The most costly wildfires occurred in California where over 2,500 structures were destroyed due to the Valley and Butte wildfires with the insured losses alone exceeding 1.0 (1.1) billion. The most extensive wildfires occurred in Alaska where over 5 million acres burned within the state. There was extensive burnt acreage across other western states, most notably (OR, WA, ID, MT, ND, CO, WY, TX). 

Fires in the U.S.

Households can expect to average a home fire every 15 years or five fires in an average lifetime. (Life expectancy now averages 78 years in the U.S., according to the Statistical Abstract.) That is one of the results of the latest survey of unreported fires, conducted by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, when combined with NFPA’s annual tracking of reported fires.

Each year there are more than 1,300,000 fires reported in the United States. These fires caused $10.6 billion in property damage. 475,500 were structure fires causing $7.9 billion in property damage.

The U.S. fire loss clock a fire department responds to a fire every 24 seconds. One structure fire was reported every 66 seconds.

Weather Related Damages in the U.S.

During last years weather-related damages reached $18,438 billion. Property damages were estimated at $18,195 billion. The most costly weather culprit for property owners was again floods, which caused $10.7 billion in damages, followed again by hail ($3.5 billion) and this year by tropical storms, ($3.1 billion). Crop damages totaled about $243 million per year. Once again, flooding caused the most crop damage, accounting for $199 million. Louisiana accured the most in damages in last years, $9.2 billion in losses, mostly from flooding.

Weather Event Property Damage (million $)
Lightning 23.02
Tornado 181.16
Thunderstorm Wind 144.89
Hail 3,512.67
Flash Flood 3,641.30
River Flood 7,066.22
Coastal Storm 220.94
Rip Current 32.48
Tropical Storm / Hurricane  3,053.92
Weather Event Property Damage (million $)
 Winter Storm   22.92 
 Ice  9.62
 Drought  1.74 
 Dust Storm  1.29
 Dust Devil   0.05
 Rain   4.38 
 Fog  0.19
 High Wind   95.80
 Fire Weather  181.50
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Best Option Restoration franchise opportunity in Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex