Window Coverings to Secure Your Home or Business Against Hurricanes

Window Coverings to Secure Your Home or Business Against Hurricanes

You may love the large picture windows in your home or business for the natural light and great views they provide. Unfortunately, if you live in a hurricane zone, your beautiful windows could prove to be your building’s weak spot. Don’t let a hurricane catch you unaware—install one of the following window coverings to secure your home or business before… Continue reading

Storm Preparation Tips for Your Home

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Spring and summer are notoriously stormy. Whether you live in Tornado Alley or a hurricane zone, your home could be at risk of flooding or wind damage. Don’t wait until a severe storm warning is issued in your area—prepare today with these home storm preparation tips. Inspect the gutters and downspouts: Gutters must be clear of debris to drain properly.… Continue reading

Hurricane Safety & Planning

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We are currently in the midst of hurricane season, which runs from June through November. Historically, some of the most devastating storms have hit in late summer, such as Katrina—which impacted Florida, Mississippi, and Louisiana in August 2005—and Harvey—which hit Texas and Louisiana in August 2017. This means, if you live in a hurricane-prone area, now is the time to… Continue reading

Preparing for Hurricane Season During the COVID-19 Pandemic

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As nations all around the world battle an unprecedented pandemic, you have been taking the recommended precautions to protect you and your family from the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Everyone is focused on staying safe from this disease, but other disasters can still occur during this unusual time. For example, hurricane season runs from June to November. Are you prepared? If… Continue reading

How to Prepare in the Hours Leading Up to a Hurricane

Hurricane Season Sign

Hurricane season runs from mid-May for the Eastern Pacific and June 1 for the Atlantic through the end of November. If you live within 100 miles of either US coastline, your home and family could be at risk. Follow these hurricane preparedness tips to help you stay safe. Prepare Now Learn if you live in a hurricane-prone area. Purchase a… Continue reading

March is the Start of Severe Weather Season—Be Prepared!

March is the Start of Severe Weather Season

The severe weather season is broadly categorized as March through August. No matter where you reside in North America, you’re at risk for one type of storm or another. Take action today to prepare your home and business for potential inclement weather. How to Prepare for a Tornado Every state is at least minimally at risk for tornadoes, but cities… Continue reading

Hurricane Preparation Checklist

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Hurricanes are some of the most destructive storm systems that can occur on our planet. They form over warm water and cause devastation when they make landfall. Powerful winds, heavy rains, damaging storm surges, landslides and flooding are just some of the potential threats of these storms. The ravages of hurricane season last until November 30. Now that winter has… Continue reading