The past couple of years Florida has been busy with Hurricanes. We can weather the storms or get out of the way, but number one is to always be prepared for the unexpected. Have your home owners policy up to date for hurricanes ahead of time. Once there is a watch issued binding restrictions take place within the carriers and aren’t lifted until the storm passes.
2017 was a very busy Hurricane season with 4 Hurricanes being very expensive! Hurricane Harvey (Cat 4) started the ball rolling into Texas Aug. 25, 2017 and leaving extensive damage with Houston and surrounding areas flooded
On September 10th Hurricane Irma (Cat 4) came into the Florida Keys and ran her course up into Central Florida.About 5.6 million people evacuated, making this storm to cause one of the biggest evacuations ever ordered in the United States.
Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico with winds of 155 mph (Cat 4) on September 20th, 2017. This hurricane took an estimated 3,975 lives and left the island with massive destruction.
Nate made landfall around 7 p.m. CDT Oct. 7th near the mouth of the Mississippi River as a Category 1 Hurricane, then made its final landfall near Biloxi, Mississippi, just after midnight Oct. 8.
Then there was Hurricane Michael in 2018 hitting the Florida panhandle near Mexico Beach as a Category 5 doing devastating damage at an estimated $25.1 billion.
Contact us today to be sure your hurricane coverage is right for you, ask for a free quote! We can help you be prepared with your Hurricane policy’s before the storm and claims if needed after the storm has left.
We have experience with Hurricanes – Charlie, Francis and Jeanne in 2004 and Irma in 2017, all came right to our front door.
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