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The Renovations Association opened a hotline for the victims of the storm - voila! Real estate


Storm "Barbara" arriving in Israel today may cause a lot of damage to houses, property and infrastructure. The Renovations Association invites the public in all parts of the country to call and use the hotline open 24/7

Storm "Barbara", which arrived in Israel today (Monday), may cause a lot of damage to houses, property and infrastructure - which may interfere with the normal course of life of the family and even endanger life.

In order to provide an answer to the victims of the storm, and to those who wish to anticipate a blow and prepare properly for the storm - the Association of Renovation Contractors in Israel opened a hot line, which will operate 24/7 for the benefit of the public in all parts of the country, with a free call to the phone number


In addition, the hot line offers The public has free advice in the various areas that may be affected by Hurricane Barbara, such as - leaks, sealing, outdoor equipment, boilers and more.

Was your home damaged during the storm?

Call the hotline every hour (Photo: ShutterStock)

The association stated that those who are not prepared ahead of time for the storm, with tying equipment in gardens and balconies including dining areas, chairs, grills, etc., as well as those who are not prepared for winter with roof sealing, electric boiler inspections, gutter cleaning, etc. - may find themselves in trouble ahead of the strong winds And the rains brought by the storm "Barbara" which is coming to Israel today from the Greek area.

Eran Siev, chairman of the Renovation Contractors Association:

"In the association, we are preparing with increased forces for the storm today in order to support the general public.

According to past experience, in the previous storms most of the calls will come from leaks in private homes and buildings, including parking lots that pose a clear and immediate danger.

Also, gutters, fallen trees, damaged garden equipment and balconies, railings and more.

I call on the public to be prepared on the subject and consult only qualified professionals."

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Source: walla

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