Rapid Disaster Response

MaintenX Emergency Response Tampa











Self-Performing. Curb to Roof. Coast to Coast.



The MaintenX Disaster Recovery and Rapid Response Team has experience with hurricanes, fires, floods, tornados and snowstorm recovery. The Disaster Recovery division works with clients to ensure an executable plan is in place in case of emergency situations. MaintenX Disaster recovery efforts include:

  • Developing, executives and managing emergency plans through completion
  • Managing crews and equipment for generator deployment and connections
  • Working with power companies to help identify issues and get commercial power back on
  • Working alongside FEMA and Red Cross to help get their operations up and running for impacted communities
  • Working with clients to get temporary stores and pharmacies open
  • Inspecting and repairing damaged buildings so clients can return to normal operations
  • Developing and managing fueling programs and staging areas for fueling


  Disaster Response Services

  • Store Board-ups
  • Preventative Maintenance 
  • Emergency Backup Generators
  • Generator Fuel Test/Generator Diesel/ BioFuel Test
  • Generator Refueling
  • Generator Repair and Replacement
  • Water Damage Repairs from Flooding or Leaky pipes
  • Repairs for Damaged Caused by Fire or Smoke
  • Storm Damage Clean Up

2018 Efforts

 MaintenX spent the first part of the year investing in our emergency equipment including generators and fuel trailers and expanding our team to support the needs of our customers in disaster situations. The team lent a helping hand in Puerto Rico near the beginning of the year donating plumbing services to local schools helping them get back on track from the intense 2017 Hurricane season. The 2018 hurricane season resulted in the MaintenX Disaster Recovery team heading to the Carolinas for Hurricane Florence: getting our clients back up and running on the East Coast as quickly and safely as possible. And Hurricane Michael, sending our team to the panhandle and east coast: keeping our customers going on back up power so that they can support the local community needs in a time of devastation. 


Click here to read our Press Release on Hurricane Florence Efforts

Click here to read our Press Release on Hurricane Michael Efforts