How Home Serve Helps You Get Your Home Ready for a Hurricane
Hurricane season is approaching, and it’s important to take steps to protect your home from the storm. Home Serve can help you get your home ready for a hurricane by:
- Securing your boat: If you have a boat, it’s important to secure it properly before a hurricane. This means tying it down to a dock or piling, or trailering it to a safe location.
- Securing loose furniture: Loose furniture can be a hazard during a hurricane. Make sure to secure all furniture to the walls or floor to prevent it from being blown around.
- Removing cage screens: Cage screens can be a safety hazard during a hurricane. They can break and fly around, causing injury. Remove cage screens from your windows and doors before the storm.
- Arranging tree trimming to avoid damage: Trees can be a major hazard during a hurricane. If you have any trees near your home, make sure they are trimmed properly to avoid damage.
In addition to these services, Home Serve can also help you with other hurricane preparedness tasks, such as:
- Installing hurricane shutters: Hurricane shutters can help protect your home from wind and storm surge. Home Serve can install hurricane shutters for you.
- Evacuating your home: If you live in an area that is at risk for a hurricane, it’s important to have a plan for evacuating your home. Home Serve can help you create an evacuation plan and make arrangements for transportation.
- Shutting off utilities: If you are evacuating your home, it’s important to shut off the utilities. This will help prevent damage to your home if there is a power outage or flooding. Home Serve can help you shut off the utilities.
Home Serve is here to help you get your home ready for a hurricane. We offer a variety of services to help you protect your home and your family. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you.
Contact Home Serve today to learn more about how we can help you get your home ready for a hurricane.
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