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Quick Steps for Hurricane Prep


Know Your Seasons & Prepare!
 
Floridians should always be on their “A-game” during Hurricane Season. Make sure you have the proper tools to survive in case a hurricane strikes. Even though we have hurricane predictions at the start of the season, we can never be too prepared. Click here for a list of items you should have at the start of hurricane season and how to ready yourself. Don’t forget to make a hurricane food shopping list for you and your family!
 
Make a Solid Evacuation Plan
 
Sit down and have a conversation with your family and be sure the younger household members understand it.
 
Don’t Forget Your Furry Friends
 
Your pets should always be included in your emergency plans. The ASPCA provides stickers which will alert rescue personnel, pets are inside your home. This sticker could potential save your pets’ life, if they are trapped during a disaster. Preparing a travel kit and emergency supplies will make the process much smoother when transporting your pets in the case of an emergency.
 
Listen to Authorities
 
One thing you should never do is ignore updates or instructions from local authorities. Chances are, if they’re telling you to evacuate, it’s for your own safety. If you do evacuate, return home only when officials advise it is safe to do so, and continue to listen for further updates.
 
Inspect Your Home
 
You should always conduct a full inspection of your home before, and after, a hurricane. Taking photos is a sure way to keep track of damage, and even better for filing a claim with your insurance company. 



Keeping your family and home safe and protected is Edison Home Insurance Company’s number one priority. We have taken a bright and innovative approach to Florida homeowners insurance with coverage options allowing you to customize a policy to best fit your needs. To learn more about Edison Insurance Company, or to get a personalized quote, call us at (866) 568-8922.
 
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