Worst Storms in Hawaii History?
Hawaii’s Hurricane History
SERVPRO® of Hawaii |SERVPRO® of Maui has been responding to storm damage emergencies for years, and we have the equipment, advanced training, and experience to mitigate storm damage emergencies no matter how big the job is. We have equipment strategically placed at two warehouses on the Big Island, so we can respond to any storm emergency quickly. Here is a rundown of the last two hurricanes to hit the Hawaiian Islands in recorded history from Hawaii News Now:
- Hurricane Iniki (1992): This category four hurricane was the most devastating hurricane to hit Hawaii. Borne from El Nino, Iniki traveled on a west-northwest course and continued to strengthen. On September 11, the eye of the hurricane passed directly over Kauai, devastating the island. It caused over $1.8 billion in damage and was responsible for six deaths.
- Hurricane Iwa (1982): At the time, this category one hurricane was the most damaging to hit Hawaii. It passed just west of Kauai, causing severe property damage, minor physical injuries, and one death. Up to $250 million dollars in damage was created.
SERVPRO® of Hawaii |SERVPRO® of Maui is ready to assist you with any storm damage emergency 24-hours a day in Hawaii and Maui. Call us today at 808-329-6560. We’ll restore your storm damage, “Like it never even happened.”
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