Emergency Board up >> Tropical Storm Damage

Have your home inspected in accordance with local building codes. Most of the roofs destroyed by tropical storms were destroyed because they were not constructed according to building codes. Seriously consider flood insurance, every Tropical Storm Damage has a certain amount of flooding. Make a detailed account of your personal property.

  1. Take lots of photographs of or videotape your personal belongings. You could ask, what can I do if a Tropical Storm Damage threatens? Listen closely for any information and special instructions on your local radio or television whether casts. If a tropical storm watch is issued, you have approximately 24 to 36 hours before the tropical storm actually hits land. A tropical storm warning usually means that Tropical Storm Damage winds and storm tides are predictable in a specific coastal area within 24 hours. Get together with your family members to talk about what needs to be done. Make sure that everyone knows where to reconnect and who to contact, in case you are separated from one another.
  2. Be sure to secure your home, close all of your storm shutters. Secure your outdoor objects, like furniture or bring them indoors. Secure your boat if you have time. Collect several days supply of water and nonperishable food for each of you family members. Water systems could become contaminated or Tropical Storm Damage. Sterilize and fill the bathtub to make sure you have a supply of safe water. Make preparations for your pets, some pets might not be allowed into public shelters for obvious health reasons. Be prepared to evacuate, make sure to fuel your car and analyze your evacuation routes. If ordered, turn off your utilities at the main valves.
  3. Evacuate as far as possible to an inland location if local authorities proclaim an evacuation and you live in that evacuation zone. You should evacuate if you live in a mobile home or temporary structure - they are predominately hazardous during Tropical Storm Damage. You should evacuate if you live on the coast, in a flood plain that's near a river or inland waterway or any time you feel you are in danger. When the authorities order you to evacuate, you must leave immediately to escape being stranded by flooded roads and fallen trees. You must always follow the evacuation routes broadcast by local authorities via radio and television programming.
  4. Stay clear from all coastal areas, river banks and streams until the possibility of flooding is past and tell others where you are going. If you are not forced to evacuate, stay indoors during the tropical storm and away from your windows. Do not be fooled if there is a calm, it could be just the eye of the storm and the winds will pick up again. Listen to your radio or television for the latest information. Try not to use the telephone accepting for serious emergencies. So what should you do after a Tropical Storm Damage? Just stay where you are if you are in a safe position until local experts say it is okay to leave.

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