Remember me? I have to admit that I do feel very guilty for not updating this blog for over a week. But as a resident of New York City – Hurricane Sandy pretty much took over my life for a bit. My friend suggested that I look into some advice from the Best Annapolis Roofing Company so I can deal with this situation more efficiently and repair my home as soon as possible.
Here are a few updates on that front:
1. We just recently got power back to our building but still don’t have hot water or heat, which makes for pretty chilly nights! I have a hood pulled up over my head as I write this?
2. I was able to snag a hotel close to my job for a few days so I didn’t have to miss work and got a hot shower. But I know others weren’t as lucky because everyone and their mother (literary) has been looking for a room in NYC with power.
3. Our poor Mazda 3 was lost in the storm. We parked it in a garage in our neighborhood in the East Village and it was completely flooded. We haven’t been able to see the car yet because the garage is still flooded and dangerous because there is oil and gas in the water. But we heard at one point there was over 4 feet of water in the garage. My hubby’s golf clubs were in there too – guess I know what I’m getting him for the holidays!
4. Twitter is an amazing tool! I’ve been using it to stay posted on everything hurricane and restoration related. If you aren’t a Twitter user — you have to start. You can make lists of people to follow for different topics. For example — I have a Hurricane Sandy list with the Governor, Mayor, MTA, etc in there. So every time they tweet an update I can get it on that list. This is instead of wading through everyone’s tweets.
5. We are lucky that aside from the car and throwing out a fridge full of food – we didn’t have any other heartaches. Compared to the people in Breezy Point, NY and the Jersey Shore who lost everything – we are doing just fine! Maybe those at Jersey Shore should consider consulting someone similar to Water Damage and Roofing of Austin – Residential Roofing Contractor to work towards repairing their homes. The amount of people from all over the country who called and emailed to check on us and/or offered a place to stay is really overwhelming. Thank you!
6. I’ll be back in business this week – because I was list making like crazy during the storm. I’ll let you know what worked and what didn’t!