how to prepare for hurricanes

How to Prepare for Hurricane Season

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Officially, the hurricane season starts on June 1 and ends on November 30. However, in the Eastern Caribbean and along the US East Coast, the peak season runs mainly from mid-August through mid-September. Hurricanes are powerful and unpredictable storms that can cause immense damages in their path. For you to stay safe and protect your property during a hurricane, preparedness is critical. Check out how to prepare for hurricanes and what to do during and after one.

Hurricane Preparedness Tips

Before the Hurricane

Secure Your Property:

During the Hurricane

After the Hurricane

Download a copy of this handy Emergency Preparedness Document and use it to gather and record important numbers, such as your property or medical insurance provider, A/C repair service, etc.

For flood cleanup services, contact the PuroClean drying professionals.

Water damage in your property can still occur even if you have followed proper tips on preparing for hurricanes. After a flooding incident, everything that got wet in your property must be dried, cleaned, and disinfected immediately. For water removal services and mold cleaning services, contact PuroClean immediately. Our team will arrive at your location promptly to avert further water damage and mold growth.

Last edited on 15th of September 2021

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