Amidst the global pandemic, residents living on the Atlantic coast must also prepare for a busy 2020 hurricane season. Now is the time to adjust your emergency plans because the natural disasters won’t wait.
Hurricane categories don’t predict all related hazards, such as storm surge, rainfall-induced floods, and tornadoes, but they provide a good indication of how the hurricane might affect the local area and help people and disaster organizations gauge the safety measures that must be taken to prepare for the approaching storm. To be able to understand the risks and prepare, you need to know exactly what the different categories mean.
Hurricane season is approaching. Protecting business documents is crucial to every business, read how and what documents to protect.
This week marks one year since Hurricane Harvey devastated Houston, flooding homes and drowning out entire neighborhoods. The area is still recovering from the extensive damage. Thank you to The Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund and all organizations and people who supported the restoration efforts. Check out some of our articles with information about Harvey and hurricane preparedness.
How to avoid grave mistakes before, during, and after a hurricane or tornado storm? Read on to find out the difference between tornado facts and myths and to learn how to prepare for a tornado the right way.
Proper business hurricane preparedness can ensure employees’ safety, minimize financial loss, and expedite recovery. Proactive behavior and advance planning can save a business owner thousands of dollars in lost revenue due to structural damage, building content damage, interruption of business operations, and employee displacement. Therefore, it’s crucial for a company to have a well-established hurricane response plan in place.
If you live in an area where strong storms happen, it's important to make sure your home is secured and protected. Watch the video and follow these hurricane safety tips provided by ServiceMaster Restore