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Storm & Wind Damage

We will brave the wind, rain, hail or snow to make sure you and your property are both safe and snug. And after the storm has settled, our full-service team will restore your property back into shape.

No matter how violently Mother Nature rages, our team will assess structural damage, perform emergency board-up services, safely remove debris, and restore your property.

If the skies open and power lines or trees come crashing down, trust in ProPacific to deal with the resulting damage.

No matter how harsh outside, we brave the storm.


Phone or contact ProPacific today.

Restoration Service Area

Restoration services area map
  • Bamfield
  • Comox
  • Courtenay
  • Gabriola Island
  • Ladysmith
  • Nanaimo
  • Nanoose Bay
  • Parksville
  • Port Alberni
  • Protection Island
  • Qualicum Beach
  • Salt Spring Island
  • Tofino
  • Ucluelet

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NOTE  Depending on your situation, the following steps may be done in a different order (or not at all).

Email or call (877) 755-9966.


NOTE  These steps are provided as guidelines only, and may not apply to every scenario. Safety is always the #1 priority.

1 Call

Whether you require emergency services during a storm, or need restoration services after the damage is done, call our 24-hour line at (877) 755-9966. We will arrange to have our crew on-site as soon as possible.

2 Wait

It might be tempting to make repairs yourself, but damages caused by a storm or high winds is best left for the professionals. Avoid mold and further damages down the road by having it restored right, the first time.

3 Power Down

Watch for downed power lines and exposed wires, especially in areas where water is also present (don’t touch!). Avoid using any electricity, including electrical appliances, until the area is deemed to be safe.

4 Be Aware

Watch and listen for sparks caused by electricity, and pay attention to damaged areas for exposed nails, broken glass, and other hazards. Smell for gas leaks or smoke, and avoid the damaged areas until they have been assessed properly.

Email or call (877) 755-9966.


Storm clouds

Power Outage Tips

Storms can appear out of nowhere and may cause unexpected power outages. The following are a few ideas to consider when preparing for a storm or high winds.

  • Protect – With all of the technology we depend on today, make sure your outlets have surge protectors to prevent damage from a power outage. You may also want to consider a battery back-up, or UPS, for your desktop computer(s) to prevent data loss.
  • Build – Create an emergency kit with a few essentials to survive a power outage and bad weather. Examples would be candles, flashlights, a battery operated radio, extra batteries, ready-to-eat food options, cards, games, blankets, and clothing.
  • Look – Go outside and check out other houses in the neighbourhood. If you are the only one without power, check your circuit breakers or fuses.
  • Listen – If your neighbourhood is out of power, use your battery powered radio to check out a local station for storm and power outage updates.
  • Phone – Keep a list of local emergency phone numbers and a corded telephone in a convenient, easy-to-find (and remember) location. To contact BC Hydro call 1-888-POWERON from a landline or *HYDRO (*49376) from your cell phone.
  • Things to Do – Turn off electric appliances, especially heaters and all lights - keep one interior and one exterior light on. The interior light will inform you when the power is back, and the exterior light will inform BC Hydro workers power has returned to the area.
  • Things to Avoid – Fallen power lines or sparking wires are very unsafe and require a professional to move and repair them. Please report any hazards to BC Hydro immediately.

Photo source: Chad Johnson

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Prepared for the storm

Online Weather Forecasts

At a time of bad weather, it is a good idea to know if more is on the way, or if the storm is going to pass soon. Check out the Weather Conditions and Warnings warnings from the Government of Canada web site.

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