Hurricane Preparedness in South Florida
In the Hurricane season (June 1st to November 30th), the weather in South Florida starts to change. Rainy days accompanied by high-speed winds become more frequent and make us aware that we have to protect ourselves and our properties.
But what are the steps required to do so?
We have put together a Hurricane preparedness checklist and tips for you and your family to be ready for what mother nature brings along this year.
Keep one gallon of pure water per person per day in stock.
Non-perishable food that last for at least three days in case there is a power outage or evacuated at home.
If your doctor has prescribed medication you need on a daily basis, have it stored in a handy container.
To power your radio station so you may follow local news and keep your phone charged at all times.
Don’t forget to have a resourceful can opener around to make your life easier in the kitchen.
In case of a fire emergency, a fire extinguisher interrupts the chemical reaction of a fire rectangle
In case there is no electric light, a flashlight can be useful to find your way around the house, especially at night.
Protects your most important documents.
Disaster preparedness tips
“Remember; when disaster strikes, the time to prepare has passed.”