JOIN THE DELTA Restoration Services® TEAM
There are tremendous opportunities for a water damage and fire insurance restoration Delta Restoration Services® franchise in Birmingham, AL. The Delta Restoration Services® franchise provides you with the established systems and processes to diversify your income and build a salable asset with insurance restoration work.
Michael Mastous launched Delta Development Group to provide Delta Restoration Services® franchise owners with the benefit of his vast knowledge gained from a distinguished career that has included more than one role at multiple national and international service companies, as well as stints responding to major disasters, such as Hurricane Katrina. With unrivaled people, technology and marketing support, the Delta Development Group business model puts new franchise owners in the best position to reach their business goals.
What Makes Delta Stand Out?
- Total Investment Necessary $129,675 – $269,475
- $210 Billion Dollar Industry
- Prime Territories Available Nationwide
Over 3500 natural disasters were recorded in Birmingham over the last 50 years, with high winds, flooding, and hail being the most frequents. On top of the physical damage that any natural disaster can cause, there is also the risk of the loss of critical data that businesses require to maintain day-to-day operations. If businesses can’t function, the time it takes for the economy to rebound after a disaster is greatly increased. This is where disaster related services are needed.
Delta Restoration Services® provides a true high performance franchise opportunity with real returns. Not only will you receive a proven system to succeed in the $210 billion insurance restoration marketplace, but you'll also receive outstanding, continuous support every step of the way. Contact us to find out more!
DISASTER STATISTICS IN BIRMINGHAM, AL
A total of 3,739 extreme weather events within 50 miles of Birmingham, AL were recorded from 1950 to 2010. The following is a break down of these events:
|Dust Storm:||0||Flood:||263||Hail:||1,216||Heat:||22||Heavy Snow:||16|
|High Surf:||0||Hurricane:||1||Ice Storm:||6||Landslide:||1||Strong Wind:||45|
|Thunderstorm Winds:||1,861||Tropical Storm:||8||Wildfire:||0||Winter Storm:||12||Winter Weather:||18|
BILLION-DOLLAR WEATHER AND CLIMATE DISASTERS IN ALABAMA 2016-2017
COST (IN BILLIONS)
|Missouri and Arkansas Flooding and Central Severe Weather†May 2017||2017-04-25||2017-05-07||A period of heavy rainfall up to 15 inches over a multi-state region in the Midwest caused historic levels of flooding along many rivers. The flooding was most severe in Missouri, Arkansas and southern Illinois where levees were breached and towns were flooded. There was widespread damage to homes, businesses, infrastructure and agriculture. Severe storms also caused additional impacts during the flooding event across a number of central and southern states.||$1.70|
|South/ Southeast Severe Weather†March 2017||2017-03-26||2017-03-28||Large hail and high winds in Texas north of the Dallas metro region caused widespread damage to structures and vehicles. Severe storms also caused damage across several other states (OK,TN,KY,MS,AL) due to the combination of high winds, hail and tornadoes.||$2.10|
|Southeast Freeze†March 2017||2017-03-14||2017-03-16||Severe freeze heavily damaged fruit crops across several southeastern states (SC,GA,NC,TN,AL,MS,FL,KY,VA). Mid-March freezes are not climatologically unusual in the Southeast, however many crops were blooming 3+ weeks early due to unusually warm temperatures during the preceding weeks. Damage was most severe in Georgia and South Carolina. Crops most impacted include peaches, blueberries, strawberries and apples, among others.||$1.00|
|Central/ Southeast Tornado Outbreak†March 2017||2017-02-28||2017-03-01||Over 70 tornadoes developed during a widespread outbreak across many central and southern states causing significant damage. There was also widespread straight-line wind and hail damage. This was the second large tornado outbreak to occur early in 2017.||$1.80|
|Southern Tornado Outbreak and Western Storms†January 2017||2017-01-20||2017-01-22||High wind damage occurred across southern California near San Diego followed by 79 confirmed tornadoes during an outbreak across many southern states including AL,FL,GA,LA,MS,SC and TX. This was the 3rd most tornadoes to occur in a single outbreak during a winter month (Dec.-Feb.) for records going back to 1950.||$1.10|
|Western/ Southeast Wildfires†Summer-Fall 2016||2016-06-01||2016-12-31||Western and Southern states experienced an active wildfire season with over 5.0 million acres burned nationally. Most notable was the firestorm that impacted Gatlinburg, Tennessee with hurricane-force wind gusts in extremely dry conditions creating volatile wildfire behavior. These wildfires destroyed nearly 2,500 structures and caused 14 fatalities. The drought conditions in many areas of the Southeast and California worsened the wildfire potential.||$2.50|
|West/ Northeast/ Southeast Drought†2016||2016-01-01||2016-12-31||California's 5-year drought persisted during 2016 while new areas of extreme drought developed in states across the Northeast and Southeast. The long-term impacts of the drought in California have damaged forests where 100+ million trees have perished and are a public safety hazard. The agricultural impacts were reduced in California as water prices and crop fallowing declined. However, agricultural impacts developed in Northeast and Southeast due to stressed water supplies.||$3.60|
|Southeast and Eastern Tornadoes†February 2016||2016-02-22||2016-02-24||Early outbreak of tornadoes and severe weather across many southern and eastern states including (AL,CT,FL,GA,LA,MA,MD,MS,NC,NJ,NY,PA,SC,TX,VA). There were at least 50 confirmed tornadoes causing widespread damage.||$1.10|
HOME FIRES ACROSS THE USA
|Average number of residential home fires each year||374,000|
|Average annual dollar loss to due to home fires||$7.32 billion|
|Cause of Home Fires||Percent of Fires|
|Electrical Malfunction||9 %|
|Other Unintentional, Careless||8 %|
|Open Flame||6 %|
|Direct Property Damage (in Billions)|
|Year||Fires||As Reported||In 2015 Dollars|