• Start Shopping for Your Hurricane Grocery List

    If you haven't already begun, it’s time to start thinking about how you and your family can take simple steps to prepare in the event of a hurricane or other unexpected natural disaster. While hurricanes don’t happen frequently, they can occur relatively quickly and without long periods of warni... View Post
  • How to Prepare for a Hurricane in Florida: Step-By-Step Guide

    With hurricane season happening for both the east and west coasts, preparedness should be top of mind. On the Eastern coast, the Atlantic hurricane season runs from June 1st to November 30th, and some states, like Florida, have to be particularly careful due to their proximity to the ocean. Hurr... View Post
  • 10 Safest Florida Cities From Hurricanes

    In the United States, Florida is the state that gets hit the most by hurricanes, followed by Texas and Louisiana. According to this source, out of the 302 storms to make landfall since 1851, the Sunshine State has been affected by 121 of them.  This doesn’t mean that all hurricanes have been sev... View Post
  • Where Does Hurricane and Storm Debris Go? All Questions Answered

    Every strong natural calamity leaves a trace of destruction behind in the form of debris. It often contains a mix of wood, plastic, metal, drywall, oil, electronics, and plaster - all of it waterlogged. Large-scale natural disasters, like hurricanes Katrina and Harvey, have the power to generate ... View Post
  • Natural Disaster Cleanup 101: Gear Checklist, Safety Rules, and Tips

    Natural calamities like floods, hurricanes, landslides, and beyond always cause havoc where they occur, making cleanup an essential part of disaster response. It’s crucial to note that performing the cleaning after such an emergency is far from the regular chores you’re used to and can even be da... View Post

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