Information on cleaning up and repairing your home after a disaster provided by the Texas A&M Agrilife Disaster Extension Network:
Cleaning up after a disaster can be a long, difficult task. If your home has been affected by a disaster such as a flood, everything touched by water is considered contaminated. You should either throw out the damaged items or disinfect them.
Use the resources below to restore your home and belongings.
Officials are asking landowners not to burn brush piles until they have been searched by recovery crews, with the exception of brush piles created by landowners. (If the storm piled it, don’t burn it. If you created the pile, you may burn it.)