Good preparation makes storms and outages more bearable. Having a plan can also limit the impact on you, your family and your business, while also keeping everyone safe.
Storms can cause major damage to your home, costing you thousands to repair. Brace your home for possible storms now with these simple tricks and tips.
A Severe Weather Plan can help you be as ready as possible for approaching severe weather. Make sure everyone in your business, especially your leadership team, understands the Severe Weather Plan.
If a storm threatens, secure your building, cover windows and move equipment/furniture to a secured area.
If your business depends on data processing, consider an alternate site and make provisions for alternate communications and power.
Be prepared to work with limited supplies of cash, and be without water, sewer or power for at least two weeks. Store supplies at the office.
NOTE: Flood damage requires separate coverage and is not covered under other insurance programs.
Storms don’t always affect us at the most convenient time. You may be at work or your kids may be at school when the weather starts to deteriorate. Prepare your vehicle now in case you find yourself stuck in the middle of severe or icy conditions.
Road conditions are extremely hazardous during severe weather. If you must drive or find yourself unexpectedly caught in hazardous conditions, be prepared with these emergency supplies:
Prepare for inclement weather and a potential storm outage with our list of supplies, designed to get you through three days without electricity or running water.Learn More