Emergency Contact Information

Emergency Contact Information from Henry’s Housework

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We hope the storm doesn’t cause any damage, but if it does, Henry’s Housework will be here to help you no matter what happens.


Our Emergency Contact Services And Contact Information

Roofing Problems:  We can repair missing shingles, vents, flashing, siding, fix roof leaks or tarp roofs to solve roofing problems, even Ice Dams.

Gutters:   Gutter cleaning, repairs, installations, gutter guards.

Tree Damages:  Remove fallen limbs or trees from roof’s, cars, driveways or anywhere else on your property.

Handyman Services:  Board up windows, repair any exterior damages to your homes exterior, sheds, fencing or anything else on your property, or in your home.

Basement Flooding:  We can pump water out of flooded basements, drain jet plumbing or waste lines to clear blockages.

For Emergency Services Email Us At:

Or you can Text or Call us on our Cell Phones at:

Nichole:  240-274-0302
Rey:      240-274-0304
Henry:   240-274-0300


Make sure you back up your computers and unplug them, and any other electrical devices you aren’t using.

I would also suggest photographing the exterior of your home and any important documents you have, and then email them to yourself, just to save them in a safe place in case your home is damaged!

Other Service Providers

For repairs on Commercial Buildings, Home Owners Associations, Condominiums and Apartments, call Commercial Restorations 301-216-2555

Electricians, Generators, Lighting call Fab Electric (301) 258-0441

Computer repairs, virus removal, backup systems and networking call Real Computer Solutions  301-330-7325

Fire and Water Restoration Services call S. I. Water & Fire Restoration   301-498-1820

Phone Systems for offices and ISP Based phones contact Comtech Systems 301-670-1900

For residential Insurance call Preferred Insurance Solutions 301-428-3344

Heating-Air Conditioning-HVAC Call 301 694-2881 for Quality Air & Heating,

For Commercial Insurance call Carl at LKM Insurance Associates – 301-428-0006

Handyman services in Frederick Maryland call Unique Enterprises 240-674-4400

Roofing call Steve Barrett Contractors 301-258-9432


Montgomery County Maryland – Important Phone Numbers

Emergencies (Fire/Rescue, Police) – 911

Police Non-emergency – 301-279-8000

Fire Non-emergency – 240-777-0744

Allegheny Power – 1-800-255-3443

American Red Cross – 301-588-2515

Bell-Atlantic (Telephone repair) – 301-954-6260

BGE – 1-800-685-0123

Montgomery County 24-hour Crisis Center – 240-777–4000

PEPCO – 1-877-737-2662

Poison Center – 202-625-3333

Washington Gas – 1-800-752-7520

WSSC (Maintenance) – 1-800-828-6439 (x4002)

Montgomery County Emergency Management – 240-777-2300


Northern VA – Important Phone Numbers

9-1-1, TTY 911, for police, fire, ambulance
Public Safety Non-Emergency 703-691-2131, TTY 703-204-2264
Fairfax County Emergency Information Line 703-817-7771, TTY 711
Poison Control 1-800-222-1222, TTY 711
Fairfax County Main Phone Number 703-FAIRFAX (703-324-7329), TTY 711 (Weekdays, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.)


VDOT (Virginia Department of Transportation): 1-800-FOR-ROAD (1-800-367-7623), TTY 711

Natural Gas

Washington Gas: 1-800-752-7520 or 703-750-1400, TTY 711
Columbia Gas: 1-800-544-5606, TTY 1-800-231-3238


BGE outages: 877-778-2222; downed wires: 800-685-0123; view outage map
Dominion Virginia Power outages and downed wires: 1-866-DOM-HELP (1-866-366-4357), TTY 711; view outage map
NOVEC (Northern Virginia Electric Cooperative) outages and downed wires: 1-888-335-0500 or 703-335-0500, TTY 711; view outage reports
Pepco outages: 1-877-737-2662

Fairfax Water at 703-698-5800, TTY 703-698-7025. After hours, call 703-698-5613, TTY 711

More Utility Company Information
Flooding Rising water that threatens your safety, call 9-1-1
Storm flooding during regular business hours (Monday-Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.), call 703-877-2800, TTY 711
For after-hours storm flooding emergencies that are not life threatening, call 703-323-1211, TTY 703-239-8498, and state that you are reporting a storm sewer emergency
For sanitary sewer flooding, call 703-323-1211, TTY 703-239-8498
If you have damp walls or floors, contact a water removal or restoration company
Sewer Breaks or Back-ups
Call the Department of Public Works and Environmental Services at 703-323-1211 or 703-250-2003, TTY 703-239-8489
Septic System Call the Health Department at 703-246-2201, TTY 711
24-Hour Emergency Mental Health Services 703-573-5679, TTY 703-207-7737
Basic Needs (Coordinated Services Planning) 703-222-0880, TTY 703-803-7914
Adult Protective Services 703-324-7450, TTY 711
Child Protective Services 703-324-7400, TTY 711
Red Cross of the National Capital Area Fairfax/Falls Church 703-584-8700, TTY 711
South Fairfax/Fort Belvoir 703-805-2057, TTY 711



The Atlantic Hurricane Season runs from June 1 – November 30. This checklist is provided to assist you in making preparations for the upcoming Hurricane Season.


  • Review your insurance policy to determine if you have adequate coverage. Home Insurance Policies do not cover damage caused by flood. A separate Flood Policy is needed to protect your property from flooding. To obtain more information contact your independent agent.
  • Prepare an inventory of your personal property and document with photos or videotape. Keep one copy at home and another at a location away from home that will not be damaged in a storm.
  • Plan an evacuation route and destination if it is necessary to leave your home.
  • Teach your children what to do in the event of an emergency.
  • Make a plan for what to do with your pets in the event you must evacuate your home.
  • Maintain a supply of water and non-perishable food, juice, etc.
  • Have a portable radio, flashlight, cell phone and fresh batteries.
  • Have an out-of-state friend/relative as a “family contact”.

WHEN A HURRICANE WATCH IS ISSUED (Threat of a hurricane within 24-36 hours)

  • Fill all vehicles with gasoline.
  • Check to determine that you have an adequate supply of medicine/prescription drugs.
  • Procure cash, as Banks/ATMs may not be available for extended periods.
  • Turn refrigerators/freezers to coldest setting.
  • Bring outside furniture, toys etc. into the house or garage.
  • Cut tree branches that could damage windows or walls.
  • Assemble a first aid kit
  • Assemble important documents (medical records, insurance policies, checkbook, etc.) in a waterproof container or watertight resealable bag.
  • Review evacuation route and destination.


  • Canned goods and nonperishable foods that do not need cooking: · canned meats and fish · canned fruits and vegetables · canned soups and puddings · canned fruit juices · dried fruit and nuts · bread, cookies and crackers · peanut butter and jelly · coffee and tea · bottled water
  • Manual can opener
  • Bottled water (1 gallon per person/per day)
  • Prescription medication (2 weeks supply)
  • Pet food/supplies
  • Water purification tablets (halazone)
  • Disposable plates, cups and utensils
  • Infant care items: · disposable diapers · baby wipes · baby food · formula
  • First aid supplies
  • Masking and duct tape
  • Flashlight or lantern, with extra batteries
  • Battery operated radio, with extra batteries
  • Watch or battery operated clock
  • Ice chest
  • Matches
  • Canned heat (sterno)
  • Portable outdoor camping stove or grill with fuel supply
  • Plastic trash bags
  • Plastic sheeting or drop cloth
  • Chlorinated bleach
  • Personal hygiene items
  • Other useful items · work gloves · sun lotion · insect repellent · hammer · screwdriver · pliers · wrenches · handsaw · razor knife · ax or chainsaw · rope caulking · nails and screws · rope and wire · broom, mop and bucket · all-purpose cleaner · ladder · sandbags · portable generators · tree pruner · shovel, rake and wheelbarrow · sheets of plywood

Develop a ‘Family Emergency Communication Plan’ in case family member are separated from one another during an emergency (a real possibility during the day when adults are at work or traveling and children are at school, camp or a friend’s home). You can then develop a plan for safely getting back together. This will help assure everyone that all family members are safe.

  • Ask an out-of-state relative or friend to serve as a ‘family contact’.  After a disaster, it is often easier to call long distance than locally.
  • Make sure everyone knows the name, address and telephone number of the contact person.
  • Establish a family meeting point for when it’s safe to go outside, the best place is usually in the front yard of your home, in case there is structural damage to your home.

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