No one ever wants to think about the devastating effects that a natural disaster could have on their home. And while most natural disasters strike without much warning, a little bit of preparation and planning can go a long way.
Learn about how to prepare your home and family for natural disasters and how they can affect your homeowners insurance by clicking the links below:
The threat of hurricane damage comes as nothing new to homeowners along the Atlantic seaboard of the United States.
Tornados offer a very small window of warning time before they strike which, combined with high wind potential, makes them one of the most difficult natural disasters to prepare for.
Floods are typically described as the rising of water from its normal confines onto areas normally covered by dry land.
Lightning damage occurs frequently and in all areas of the country. Unfortunately, lightning storms often come with very little warning so it is important to have your home and family prepared ahead of time.
Natural Disaster Tip #1: One of the best things you can do as a homeowner is to document all of your belongings and home contents in a home inventory. Click here to download the HomeownersInsurance.com home inventory checklist.
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