Hurricane- How to prepare

Here at Triumph we hope another storm does not affect South Florida again. Unfortunately, NOAA predicts the Atlantic area could see a higher than normal number of storms and hurricanes for the 2017 season. The likelihood that Miami-Dade, Broward, or Palm Beach county will see a storm this season is therefore very high. Preparation for a storm beforehand can be a lifesaving step for you and your family and can help protect your property.

Hurricane- How to prepare

Your storm survival items should be placed together where they are easy to find. There are a few basic items that should be includes in your storm survival bag.
First aid supplies (bandages, alcohol, hydrogen peroxide, aspirin, anti-biotic cream)FlashlightGeneratorCash– Special note on cash, put together as much as you may need for a few days including for gas and food. Have small bills like $20 and $1s, because you may not be able to get change. If the electricity goes out credit card scanners will not work and your Bank ATM may not be working.WaterNon-perishable foodGas- fill up your tank and take gas for your generatorMedicationsIceCoolerBarbequeCoals for the barbeque
It is important to have hurricane shutters or impact windows if you live in Florida. If you try to purchase shutters right before a hurricane you may not be able to find any available, and you will probably not have time to install them. Your roof and windows should be built to withstand strong winds by being reinforced and impact resistant.
All damaged branches and trees should be removed at the beginning of hurricane season.Gutters and water drainage pipes should be cleared of debrisAll outside items like chairs and small plants should be brought in doors.
Family Plan
It is important that you also have a plan for your family in case there is a hurricane evacuation order for your area or the hurricane strength is very high. A hurricane 3 or higher can have catastrophic flooding and winds. When you are informed the hurricane maybe a category 3 or higher you should begin considering evacuation even if it is not ordered yet. If your area is ordered to evacuate do so immediately do not wait. Once the hurricane is 6 hours out storm force winds may start and it will be too late to leave the area .
Have a copy of your home insurance policy and contact numbersWatch for evacuation ordersKnow your evacuation routeHave an emergency meeting place in your home such as a closet or bathroom with no windows

Have an emergency meeting place in your neighborhood for in case your family is split up during the storm.

Every member of your family should have a phone and important phone numbers listPlan for your pets (food, dishes, toys, crates, leashes).

After the Storm
Please do not leave your home or go outside until the storm is completely over. Especially do not go out in the eye of the storm. Once the storm is over there are a few things you should do.
Do not touch any broken electrical wires or broken gas linesDo not turn on the electricity if there is water damage in your homeTake photos of the damageMake a list of all damagesReview your insurance information and call in your claim, do not wait
If you think you have an insurance claim you should also contact Triumph. Remember Triumph Consulting Corp., Florida Public Adjusters will fight for your rights to make sure you get the most money you deserve when filing an insurance claim. wegetyoupaid.com . Call us at 954-592-7162 or Request a Free Inspection.
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