Friday, August 27, 2021

Gone With the Wind – How to Prepare for the Hurricane Season

Do you reside at a location that frequently gets hit by hurricanes? You may have seen devastating news stories about destructive hurricanes such as Hurricane Wilma, Irma, Katrina, Sandy, and now in 2021 Hurricane Ida.

Hurricanes are a natural phenomenon that requires you to follow the safest strategies. This makes it easier for you and your family members to stay safe. Regardless of where you're located, you can never be certain that you won't ever experience a devastating hurricane that may knock out the power lines and cause major coastal flooding. The destructive force of a hurricane can also cause loss of life, destruction to businesses, buildings, homes, cars, and other catastrophic damages.

Can you imagine running to your local supermarket and finding all the aisles empty? What can you do when there is a food shortage after a natural disaster? The best thing you can do is to prepare ahead of time for a hurricane. Let's explore some essential items that you will need to prepare for a hurricane.

You will need to stock up on:

try to stockpile two weeks supply of water

get a tank full of gas before a hurricane hits

sufficient heating fuel

battery supplies

keep sufficient cash in your wallet if ATMs are not working


solar flashlights

toilet paper and baby wipes

portable cell phone chargers


dried fruit and nuts and other nonperishable foods

Protect Your Family During the Hurricane Seasons!

Being prepared eliminates significant stress, inconvenience, and makes it so much easier for you to endure the worst situations. You should never ignore a hurricane warning or feel this is something that won't have a drastic effect on where you live. Hurricanes can cause a significant disruption in your daily life. So, knowing how to prepare for a hurricane can help you deal with the aftermath.

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