Create an Emergency Kit: Pack non-perishable food, water, medications, flashlights, batteries, important documents, and a first aid kit.
Develop a Family Plan: Discuss and rehearse evacuation routes, meeting points, and communication methods with family members.
Stay Informed: Monitor weather forecasts and alerts from trusted sources via radio, TV, or smartphone apps.
Secure Your Home: Reinforce windows, doors, and roofs. Trim trees and secure outdoor items that could become projectiles.
Evacuation Plan: Know local evacuation routes and shelters. Leave early if authorities recommend evacuation.
Protect Important Documents: Store important documents like insurance policies, IDs, and medical records in waterproof containers.
Fuel and Power: Fill your vehicle's gas tank and have backup power sources like generators or portable chargers.
Communication Plan: Designate an out-of-town contact to help coordinate communication between family members.
Preserve Food: Freeze containers of water to help keep food cold in case of power outage.
Stay Safe Indoors: If staying home, stay away from windows and seek a small, windowless room on the lowest floor.
During this type of year it is also important understand the structural integrity of your home or storm shelter.
Innovar Structures has built dozens of storm shelters in the past 2 years to assist our clients in their safety requirements.
Our builds exceed the rigorous Miami-Dade Hurricane Ratings https://www.ddaeng.com/changes-to-florida-building-code-effective-jan-1-2021/#:~:text=Updated%20Wind%20Loads%20and%20Pressures&text=In%20Miami%2DDade%20and%20Broward,hour%20in%20Miami%2DDade%20County
Please stay safe and in the future, let us know how we can partner to keep you and your community safe