1. Determine Your Risk
The threats from hurricanes to you and your family can vary widely depending on where you live. It’s not just those along the coast that can experience significant, life-threatening impacts. Evaluate what you need to do to protect your home and family now, before the first storm of the season even forms.
2. Develop An Evacuation Plan
3. Assemble Emergency Supplies
4. Review Your Insurance Policies
5. Prepare Your Property
6. Help Your Neighbors Plan Ahead
7. Complete Your Written/Typed Plan
8. Download Local & National Weather Alert Apps
At Home Repair, LLC, we have definitely witnessed our share of hurricanes over the last 25 years. Being prepared is one of the best things you can do to protect yourself, your family and your property. We proudly serve property owners in Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Virginia. It’s important to know your risk level and zone, even in areas where hurricanes aren’t common. Previous hurricanes including Sandy, Irene and Agnes have proven that the effects can spread to areas inland, including statewide power outages and costly property damage. Together, we can do our best to be prepared and mitigate risk.
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- National Weather Service: Hurricane Preparedness Tips
- Find Your Evacuation Zone
- CDC: Health & Safety Guidelines
- FEMA: Mobile App
- FEMA: National Flood Insurance Program
- FEMA: What is Mitigation?
- Ready.Gov: Alerts
- Ready.Gov: Community Preparedness & Neighbors
- Ready.Gov: Emergency Preparedness Kit
- Ready.Gov: Make A Plan