Preparations for a hurricane should happen much earlier than the days and hours before the storm makes landfall. To ensure maximum safety for you and your family, begin hurricane preparations long before the storm clouds gather.
Preventing Water Damage
Water damage can be devastating - whether it be from a flood, frozen pipes or ice dams. But with some simple preventative measures you can avoid big repair bills as well as more time and trouble later.
Wildfires can move incredibly fast and pose great danger to people, property and the environment. While they may not always be preventable, there are many ways to reduce potential damage and keep your family safe.
While many thunderstorms tend to pass quickly without incident, more severe storms can damage property or harm people in an instant. You can take simple, precautionary steps to help minimize property damage and protect yourself from violent storms.
Tornadoes are known for their devastating effects and can strike in any month, in nearly every region. Fortunately, there are proven ways to safeguard your family and property in the event of a tornado.
Earthquakes strike with no warning, so the best time to take safety precautions is now. Preventive measures include securing the structural elements of your home and educating your loved ones on how to react safely during and after an Earthquake.