16 Jul 2019

Restoring Your Golf Course After a Natural Disaster

You never thought it would happen to you, but it did. A natural disaster struck your area, and your golf course–your business–took a hit in the process. What do you do now? How do you deal with the damage and restore your golf course to its former glory? And just as importantly, how do you ensure that this never happens again?

Restoring Your Golf Course After a Natural Disaster

When you find yourself asking these questions, it’s a good time to call Fusion Golf LTD for some answers. Our professional and experienced team has access to all the newest products and materials that will allow us to restore your golf course as quickly as possible.

We will work with you on everything from the insurance estimates to cleanup to recreating areas with historical value. Our attention to detail will help ease the stress of your situation, and our experienced team will be there to guide you through budgets and schedules along the way.

First Steps

The first thing you need to do is contact us to schedule a consultation. One of our experienced team members will come to your course and assess the damages. If necessary, we can do an insurance estimate for you as well, so you know what to expect.

After viewing the damage and accounting for the course’s original design, our team will work with you to develop a realistic budget and schedule to restore the course to playable condition as quickly as possible.

The Dirty Work

Our team is fully trained to deal with both the cleanup of damage and taking care of areas that need to be demolished before new construction can take place. Once we clear the area of natural damage, we can begin restoring your course.

Rebuilding Your Course

We realize that your course is your business. You designed it with care, and you want to ensure that the next natural disaster affects you as minimally as possible. At Fusion Golf, we will do everything possible to recreate your course with modifications intended to withstand future storms. This bolstering process can be done with slight course design changes or by using modern materials and even technology to create a stronger, more resilient course.

If you need help restoring your course, don’t wait. Contact Fusion Golf LTD today to get an estimate and start rebuilding your golf course.

10 Jan 2019

Effective Golf Course Natural Disaster Restoration

Some golf course owners are lucky enough to never have to deal with the results of a natural disaster. However, it’s clear that many golf courses will be in need of services related to natural disaster restoration eventually.

Effective Golf Course Natural Disaster Restoration

Managing After a Disaster

It’s no one’s fault when something like this happens. There is really only so much that anyone can do in order to prepare golf courses for a natural disaster. No one knows how bad a given weather event is going to be in advance. The best way to cope with natural disasters is to just make arrangements for natural disaster restoration when necessary.

Crucial Services

Golf courses are full of wide and open spaces. Some of the trees that have been planted throughout golf courses could get destroyed during a storm, and the golf course owners will need to do something about all of the debris.

Water pumping can be a particularly valuable service for the golf course owners who want to minimize the long-term damages associated with the natural disaster in question. Natural disasters can also cause damage in unexpected ways, and it’s important to survey the entire golf course in order to get a sense of exactly what happened after one of these calamities.

Genuine Renewal

Some golf course owners might worry that their golf courses will never be the same after a major storm. However, there is no reason to assume that this will be the case. If golf course owners work with the right services, they should be able to make it seem as if the disastrous event never even occurred.

It’s possible that some of these companies will even manage to make the golf course look better than it did just before the natural disaster, making the course look genuinely new again.

Contact us in order to learn more.