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Storm Solutions Blog

8 Tips for Preparing the Inside of Your Home for a Hurricane

Posted by Jimmy Hawley on Sep 7, 2020 2:30:00 PM

When it comes to preparing your home for a hurricane, many Floridians already know the importance of prepping the outside of their home. 

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Topics: Hurricane Preparedness


5 Questions to Help You Choose Between Impact Glass & Hurricane Shutters

Posted by Jimmy Hawley on Sep 2, 2020 11:15:00 AM

If you live anywhere in Southwest Florida, from Naples to Port Charlotte, you know how important it is to protect your home from nasty storms. Luckily, there are several choices in hurricane protection to choose from.

In this post, we have some questions you can ask to help decide between two of the most popular storm solutions in SWFL: hurricane shutters or impact windows.

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If You Have Hurricane Damage, Here are 5 Things to Do Before Making Any Repairs

Posted by Jimmy Hawley on Aug 31, 2020 5:50:09 PM


Another hurricane rolled through and here you are with a big mess on your hands to clean up!

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An HOA Manager’s Hurricane Preparedness Checklist

Posted by Jimmy Hawley on Aug 20, 2020 10:00:00 AM


As a homeowners association (HOA) manager, you understand that there are some responsibilities that fall upon your organization this hurricane season.

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Do Floridians Have Hurricane Amnesia? Why Hurricane Preparedness is Still Crucial

Posted by Jimmy Hawley on Aug 14, 2020 11:00:00 AM

Those in hurricane-prone areas are often guilty of a peculiar phenomenon: hurricane amnesia. In this post, we’re going to look at how it affects Floridians, including details on what it is exactly, why it’s such a dangerous state-of-mind to have, and some advice for snapping you out of that apathetic mood, if you’re in it. 

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Topics: Hurricane Protection, Hurricane Preparedness, Hurricane


The Difference Between Hurricane vs. Tropical Storm Watches & Warnings

Posted by Jimmy Hawley on Aug 11, 2020 3:45:00 PM
Hurricane Watch vs Hurricane Warning: What You Need To Know

It's crucial for Floridians and those living in tropical storm areas alike to know the difference between two important weather labels: watches and warnings.

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Topics: Hurricane Preparedness


6 Ways to Get a Homeowners Insurance Discount in SWFL

Posted by Jimmy Hawley on Aug 7, 2020 2:00:00 PM
Save Money on Homeowners Insurance with Hurricane Protection

Looking for ways to cut down on some monthly expenses? Insurance cost definitely can take a sizable chunk out of your paycheck, taking away from your daily luxuries and ability to save.

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Topics: Hurricane Protection


A Floridian’s Hurricane Season Insurance Checklist

Posted by Jimmy Hawley on Aug 3, 2020 10:15:00 AM

Hurricane-CaboIf you’re new to the beautiful sunshine state, you may not realize that Floridians need to take extra precautions to safeguard against dangerous hurricanes. One of these added steps of security is purchasing the appropriate hurricane insurance, guaranteeing that their home or business is covered in the event of damaging wind, rain, hail, or other factors as the results of wicked storms. 

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Topics: Impact Windows


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


Plywood vs Steel vs Aluminum - Which One's Best for Window Protection?

Posted by Jimmy Hawley on Nov 7, 2019 10:25:12 AM

Both new and seasoned Florida residents often wonder what is the best material for window protection. Many homeowners already have hurricane rated windows throughout their home. However, a second layer of protection brings peace of mind knowing their homes are as protected as possible.

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Topics: Plywood, Aluminum Storm Panel, Steel Storm Panel