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How Do You Prepare For The BIG Storm?

There are things to do long before a storm arrives to your area as well as right before it hits. This comprehensive guide will make sure you have the bases covered. From inside the house, to special considerations to those with docks, piers and pools, this guide will help you weather the storm.

You will learn:
• What to do to keep your home and property “Storm Safe” long before the first bad weather warning.
• What to do when the forecast intensifies.
• How to prepare further as the storm is about to hit.
• The special considerations for waterfront homeowners with docks and piers.
• What to do with your swimming pool.
• Things to look out for after the storm.
• And much, much more

"A must have for anyone who owns a home in the path of severe weather."

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Long Before a Storm Arrives

__ Know the risks of hurricanes in your area.

__ Review your insurance policies and update as needed.

__ Find out about the National Flood Insurance Program if you live in a flood plain. Remember, there is usually a 30-day waiting period for such insurance.

__ Create a family disaster plan. Information for creating a family disaster plan can be obtained through your local Emergency Management Office or the American Red Cross.

__ Protect your windows. Create plywood panels for each window and pre-drill holes every 18 inches. Make sure that you mark where each panel goes. When the storm approaches, it will be quicker and easier to install them, and you won’t have to be concerned about a supply