Storm Safety

  • Make sure shed doors are closed tightly: otherwise, they could end up blowing off their hinges and becoming dangerous projectiles.
  • Bring in flags, awnings and house ornaments. (wreaths)
  • Don't leave cars parked under trees (especially if you may be in the car when the storm strikes!).
  • Check pool covers to ensure that they are secure.
  • Be alert for Tornadoes.
  • Storm surge flooding. These high waves can be more deadly than hurricane winds. Leave the coast and stay away from low-lying areas.
  • Do not use candles during the storm, stick with battery operated flashlights.

Before the Hurricane

Don't let a hurricane catch you off guard. Being prepared is key to staying safe.

Hurricane Toolkit

During the Hurricane

Be prepared to leave if you're told to evacuate. Caution is the most important factor when it comes to the safety of you and your family.

After the Hurricane

If a hurricane has hit, there is a sense of relief mixed with a sense of fear. We can help that.

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