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Assistance for Hurricane Irma Damage

If needed, find additional resources for damage caused by Hurricane Irma.

Hurricane Irma caused billions of dollars’ worth of damage. If you’re home or business sustained a portion of that damage, you’ve got resources to help repair damages. Find your options below.

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Q&A on FEMA Concerning Assistance After Hurricane Irma

Read a Q&A concerning the Federal Emergency Management Agency, or FEMA

Hurricane Irma ravaged much of Florida as it swept up the state on September 10th, packing high winds, a lot of rains, and considerable flooding. There are few homes or businesses that went untouched; many people sustained major damage to their homes from the storm. The Federal Emergency Management Agency, or FEMA, is the government department responsible for coordinating assistance, aid, and response during a disaster. Read a Q&A below about FEMA.

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Resources for Homeowners and Business Owners for Hurricane Irma Damages

See the resources available to Florida homeowners for damages from Hurricane Irma.

  Hurricane Irma blew through just about all of Florida in early September, bringing high winds, torrential rains, and flooding. Many homes, businesses, and industries sustained major damage from the serious storm. Explore the resources available to help you get through the disaster, rebuild, and resume the normality of everyday life.

Resources for Homeowners and Business Owners

  The following information is part of a 2017 Hurricane Recovery Resource Guide put together by Congressman Mario Dias-Balart and his staff.

For an immediate life-threatening emergency, call 9-1-1

For non-emergency assistance, call 2-1-1

FEMA: 1-800-621-3362 or 1-800-462-7585 for the speech/hearing-impaired. Apply for disaster aid online at or

Small Business Administration (SBA) Disaster Assistance Center: 1-800-659-2955; online at

Emergency Management Collier: (239) 252-3600

Hendry: (863) 674-5400

Miami-Dade: (305) 468-5400

Map of shelters and quick facts:

American Red Cross: Disaster and Emergency Assistance:

South Florida Office: (305) 644-1200

National Number: 1-(800) 733-2767

Florida Emergency Assistance: 1-800-342-3557 or online at

Connect with Evacuees:

Volunteer Information:

  If there’s any way Hendry Aluminum can help, don’t hesitate to contact us. 

Trust Repairs to Your Screen Enclosure to the Professionals

Now that the hurricane has passed, make sure you leave any repairs of damage—including to screen enclosures—to the professionals.

Hurricane Irma ravaged many parts of Florida, and the damage done to homes, businesses, and the state’s infrastructure will take time to be repaired. While it is only natural to want to pick up the pieces and repair damages as soon as possible, repairs should be left to the professionals, even to your screen enclosure. Explore why below.

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Hurricane Safety Reminders from Hendry Aluminum

Make sure you are hurricane ready!

You’ve likely seen pictures and videos of the devastation that Hurricane Harvey created in Texas, and hopefully it’s helped you to make plans to ensure that you and your property are hurricane ready. A hurricane could just as easily hit Florida as Texas, and the Atlantic Hurricane Season lasts through November. See expert tips and suggestions below.

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Contractor Licensed Service Areas:

  • Collier County
  • City of Naples
  • Marco Island
  • Lee County
  • City of Bonita Springs
  • City of Cape Coral
  • City of Fort Myers
  • Villages of Estero
  • Sanibel Island

Due to storm damage sustained by Hurricane Irma to our offices we are running behind on our normal customer service times


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