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Storm Solutions Blog

5 Myths About Hurricane Preparations

Posted by Jimmy Hawley on Nov 7, 2019 10:42:48 AM

It’s not just the deadliest of storms that you ought to prepare for, because even small storms can cause property damage. Since the year 1851, approximately 289 storms in North America have produced winds that have been considered hurricane-force.

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Topics: Hurricane Preparedness

 


How Hurricanes Impact Florida’s Environment: Erosion, Reef Damage & Habitat Loss

Posted by Jimmy Hawley on Sep 21, 2018 9:00:00 AM

It’s all too common to flick on your TV and see a news story about the next big storm striking the Florida coastline.

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Topics: Hurricane Preparedness, security glass, Tropical Storm, Hurricane

 


How Do Hurricanes Form?

Posted by Jimmy Hawley on Jul 9, 2018 11:01:07 AM

The southern and eastern coasts of the United States are the highest hit areas for hurricanes in the country. Southwest Florida residents have experienced more than their share of deadly hurricanes.

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Topics: Hurricane Protection, Hurricane Preparedness, Hurricane

 


Living through Hurricane Maria

Posted by Jimmy Hawley on Jun 28, 2018 10:30:54 AM

In 2017, Puerto Rico was slammed by two powerful Category 5 hurricanes in under a month; Hurricane Maria was the second hurricane, and the damage it caused to the island was devastating.

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Topics: Hurricane Preparedness, hurricane doors, hurricane windows, Hurricane, Hurricane Maria

 


Do All Hurricanes Rotate The Same Way?

Posted by Jimmy Hawley on Jun 12, 2018 12:02:10 PM

If you live in an area that routinely experiences hurricanes, such as Southwest Florida, you probably know a lot about hurricane season and how to prepare for it.

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Topics: Hurricane Preparedness, Coriolis, Hurricane

 


Is Your House Hurricane Proof?

Posted by Jimmy Hawley on Dec 6, 2017 11:33:59 AM

Hurricane season is officially over, so there’s no better time than the present to really regroup and take your time to think about where you might want to make improvements to your home for the future.

Here’s 7 ways you can prepare your home for the future.

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Topics: Hurricane Shutters, Hurricane Preparedness, hurricane doors, hurricane windows

 


Is Your Garage Door Hurricane Ready?

Posted by Jimmy Hawley on Nov 17, 2017 3:56:15 PM

The garage door is the largest opening of your home, making it the most likely to fail and potentially cause major structural damage to your home in a hurricane or tropical storm situation.

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Topics: Garage Doors, Hurricane Preparedness

 


The Difference Between a Tropical Storm vs. a Hurricane and How to Prepare

Posted by Jimmy Hawley on Jul 27, 2017 10:05:40 AM

If you are a native or long-time resident of the Southwest Florida coast, you probably know a thing or two about tropical systems. But if you are new to the area, or are planning to move to the Naples, Cape Coral, or Fort Myers area soon, you’ll want to know all you can about tropical storms and hurricanes—specifically,  how to prepare your home or business for these dangerous storms.

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Topics: Hurricane Preparedness, Tropical Storm

 


Hurricane Preparedness for Your Waterfront Property

Posted by Jimmy Hawley on Jul 11, 2017 12:41:48 PM

Hurricane season is upon us, and if you are a Southwest Florida waterfront property owner, you need to be sure you are prepared for whatever the season may bring – even more so than your landlocked friends inland. While we all hope for a quiet hurricane season, we know that it’s always best to be prepared for the worst.

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Topics: Hurricane Protection, Hurricane Preparedness

 


Two Ways To Upgrade Your Home In Preparation For Hurricane Season

Posted by Jimmy Hawley on Jun 26, 2017 2:00:00 PM

Along with the fun of planning a summer full of beach days and frolicking in the sun, those of us living in the Southwest Florida area need to plan and prepare for hurricane season. June 1 is the official start of hurricane season, which extends through Summer and early Fall, ending November 30th.

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Topics: Hurricane Protection, Hurricane Preparedness, hurricane doors, hurricane windows