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Hurricane Season Is Still Among Us.

9/21/2021 (Permalink)

Hurricane season is still here, so what does that mean for Conway and Faulkner Counties in Arkansas? We have seen rain from Hurricane IDA and rain from tropical storms this season and we want to make sure our community is prepared and knows what to do in case we get more rain from this years hurricane season. Here are some things that can keep you and your loved ones safe if we get more weather elements from this hurricane season.

  • Be informed: Having an evacuation plan in place for your family can ensure that members of your household know what to do during a storm. A planned route and an alternate route to get to a safe place if you need to leave your home is important.  
  • Know the Risks: How susceptible is your area to flooding and wind damage? The more informed you are the better. This will minimize your risks and you will be able to address the areas of your property that you can protect. 
  • Documents: Review your policies ahead of time. Make sure what is covered and if flood insurance is available to you. Place important documents into a fireproof and waterproof safe, such as insurance policies, birth certificates, drivers license or photo identification, and sentimental documents. 
  • Emergency Kit: This is often overlooked, emergency kits should have water, non perishables, blankets, pillows, flashlights, batteries, and a weather proof radio. Also having some toys for children can keep their minds off of what is going on during the storm. 

These tips will help you minimize the risk of damage to your property if your home is affected during this years hurricane season. We know that hurricane season can bring substantial rain, wind and tornadoes to central Arkansas. SERVPRO of Conway & Faulkner Counties can help if your home is affected by storm damage. 

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