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A Hurricane Preparedness Resource List

We’ve been lucky so far. A major hurricane hasn’t hit us in years, but that doesn’t mean it will not come around this year. Florida’s population has grown massively and many new residents have no idea how to prepare. Let’s

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2016 Hurricane Preparedness Checklist: Part 2: Make a Plan

Once you have the basics that we covered in part one, you need to develop your hurricane preparedness plan all the way home. You can start by checking out this guide from the United States Coast Guard, it covers the

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2016 Hurricane Preparedness Checklist: Part 1: Stocking Up

It’s time to get ready again for hurricane season. Even if we haven’t had a direct hit in more than 10 years, there is always the potential that a hurricane or tropical storm could wreak havoc with South Florida. A

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Hurricane 101: What You Need to Do

Homeowners Insurance

If your first answer to the news that a hurricane is on its way is, “Throw a hurricane party! Whoo!” then you need much more help than this article can give you. For the rest of you, read on to

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Words Can Never Harm You (Unless It’s a Cyclone)

Insurance

When you ask a citizen of a coastal area in Florida or Louisiana what they fear the most, hurricanes are likely to get top billing. These tropical cyclones can range anywhere from sixty to well over 2500 miles in diameter,

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Close the Shutters! Inclement Weather Protection for Your Home

Homeowners insurance, hurricane shutters

If you live along the coast, anywhere from Maine to Texas, you’ve probably dealt with at least one hurricane before. The resulting damage can be anywhere from nonexistent to devastating; the sudden changes of pressure, the buffeting rain and the

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