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Surviving a Storm

At 1 a.m. on September 25, 2015, a tornado’s destructive path destroyed and damaged about 80 homes in the Brownswood and Sonny Boy Lane areas north of Johns Island, South Carolina.

Our client’s home received minimal structural damage from the storm. This home was fit together with our EcoShell to withstand 200 mph winds which absorbed minor damage to the siding, back stairs and a few broken windows. The house is next door to homes that suffered roof damage and across the street from a totaled brick house.

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