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The US Department of Homeland Security’s Ready Campaign along with The Advertising Council wants small businesses throughout the hurricane zone to start thinking about plans for disaster recovery. A series of national public service announcements will be released nationwide this month to encourage businesses to develop an emergency preparedness strategy that “defines their day after” a hurricane strikes their area.
Imagine coming home after work and opening your door to discover a huge stream of water pouring out of the ceiling. It would seem the upstairs neighbor’s pipes broke and the flood has spread to your lower level condo. If this wasn’t bad enough the water has severely damaged a number of your personal belongings. Trying to salvage your personal belongings on your own is an arduous task. Experts can make it simpler.
This is an amazing yet sad story of a family that took the lessons they learned during Hurricane Rita to build a house that could withstand some of the toughest storms the Gulf of Mexico had to offer.
The time is now to prepare your home and business for the upcoming freezing weather. DisasterSafety.org offers ideas on how you can reduce your risk of flooding and water damage in and around buildings.
According to the National Weather Service, more people have died from floods than from lightening, tornadoes, or hurricanes.