Updated: Oct 24
While hurricanes can be worrisome, proactive preparation and communication can help alleviate concerns. Storms can shift paths quickly and the outer bands can still cause damage.
Most importantly, your safety and well-being. By staying informed, following recommended precautions, and exercising on the side of caution you can determine how to best protect you and your loved ones. I am here always for you. Please reach out to me anytime. My website is www.carolhazelperry.com Phone is 561-345-5478
Please stay informed throughout the storm. Your safety and peace of mind are so important to me.
If leaving is not an option here are a list of things that can help in a storm and really in various situations:
-Sandbags to divert puddles or encroaching water
-have tarps on hand for roofs -candles, flashlights, battery fans, generator, gas/gas container -full bath tub or large storage tub with water for flushing toilets, washing, etc
-put jugs of water in freezer to help keep things cold
-cover all window/door openings if possible -unplug electrical items -store loose lawn furniture inside if possible
-stock up on non-perishable food items, method of cooking without power, and have manual can opener
-gas up vehicle -have insurance docs available
-take video of home and valuables prior
-first aid kit
-check in on Facebook to hurricane safe so friends and family can know you’re okay
There are many more things you can do but the list is a start.