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“She's a dark-eyed, red flame, bohemian hurricane.” Melody Lee

Published on 7/19/2018
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Hurricane season is  here upon us once again, but the peak has yet to come. Most severe hurricanes occur between mid-August and late September. This means you still have time to prepare your home and family by developing an effective hurricane plan.

 Last year was a historically catastrophic year for hurricanes with Maria, Harvey, and Irma doing unthinkable damage to North and Central America. This is why it is so important to start preparing for the hurricane season even before it starts. Do not leave the survival of your home and your life up to chance.

 Make sure you do these things before the big storms make landfall over the next few months.

Have an Insurance Plan

If you live in a high-risk area such as a flood zone, it is extremely important you have a good insurance plan in place. Do not leave everything up to chance by skimping out on a flood or hurricane insurance policy for your home. Paying for this insurance is a small price to pay that will end up saving you in case of a major weather catastrophe.

Protect Important Documents and Other Belongings

If you have documents such as a deed to your home or important family items that can not be replaced, you need to protect them in case of a storm. Buy a hurricane-proof safe where you can put these things in so they are protected from any damage.

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