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Hurricane Preparedness



    NFIP UPDATE 2018

Understand the Concerns 

3 months remain for the Atlantic Hurricane season (June 1 to November 30) but do not underestimate the potential damage of the most powerful storm on Earth!

Hurricane effects can vary based on the Saffir-Simpson Scale. Hurricane forces range from a category one to category five; and a category 3 or winds over 111 mph are considered  a major hurricane ie. Hurricane Irma, Hurricane Harvey, Hurricane Katrina are simple reminders of how serious hurricanes can change a community.

Hurricanes are unpredictable, can vary in wind strength, size, central barometric pressure, storm surge, flooding potential and destructive capacity. 
Need to review your policy? Call us BEFORE a hurricane watch. *Hurricane Watch means that hurricane conditions are possible but not imminent. Many carriers close the opportunity to write new business and change any coverages or deductibles.
*Hurricane Warning means that hurricane conditions are expected within 24-36 hrs.
  1.   Give us a call to verify your current coverage.
  2.   We will get in touch with any party that has an insurable interest.
  3.   End the day knowing more about your policy!

Before, A Proactive Approach

When you create a plan for your family and business, a check list will help lower your stress and allow you to focus on any preparations that need immediate attention.
  • Arrange for cleanup, repair and restoration services.
  • Establish hurricane preparedness and response plan for your location.
  • Photograph exterior and interior property; e-mail copies to yourself.
  • Acquire an official identification badge to access to your home/facility.
  • Plan tasks such as a board up plan or how to secure exterior equipment.
  • Inspect the roof, tree limbs, gutters.
  • Know where and how to shut off the utilities (gas, water, electricity)
  • Create a personal disaster kit (food, water - one gallon per person per day, sand bags, first aid kit, cooler, flashlights with fresh batteries).
  • Create a plan on how to protect furniture, remove photos from walls, and what man power is necessary to complete this task.
  • Pets have all update shots
  • Research shelters; *hotel, friend/family home, *shelters *Pet Friendly
During Hurricane Watch
  • Monitor TV and radio broadcast
  • Check your emergency supplies
  • Relocate any potential hazards
  • Obtain fuel NOW for vehicles
  • Backup important documents
  • Have Cash on hand
  • Buy water supplies
  • Know your evacuation zone
During Hurricane Warning
  • Continue to monitor TV & Radio
  • Expect Landfall within 24 hours
  • Move furniture, wires, & equipment to higher ground
  • Board up windows with shutters
  • Turn off utility (gas,water,electric)
  • Find safe place for vehicle/boats
  • Shelter in interior rooms, lower floors and avoid glass windows
  • Periodically check for damage

After a Hurricane

  • Local law enforcement personal my limit access to your neighborhood.
  • Check your home.
  • Secure your property from looting.
  • Beware of damaged roads, debris, and flooding.
  • Identify any major hazards
For more information, download 
Hurricane Preparedness Guide
Flood Insurance
If you have ANY questions pertaining to your insurance policy, please do not hesitate to reach out to us at Eagle Insurance Group for a QUOTE today.

We are more than happy to help you!
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