It is important to be prepared for Hurricane most of the year. There are some good tips to being prepared in the Summer. Hurricane season officially began on June 1st and it does not end until November. Hurricanes can do a lot of damage to your home and also your community. Some years are a lot better than others. Sometimes the devastation a hurricane causes can leave effects that take a long time to recover from.
- Hurricane season, and its attendant risk potential for both bodily harm and property damage, starts in June and continues through November.
- Homeowners are encouraged to use tools, like the Department of Homeland Security’s flood map and the National Hurricane Center’s site, with its alerts.
- If weather patterns pinpoint your area as storm-prone, it’s a good idea to get professional reinforcement for key home components, like the roof and windows.
“You never know exactly what’s going to happen during a major storm. It’s important to think about every possible scenario and have a plan so that you’re never caught off guard.”
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