How to Protect Your Home from Flood Damage
Spring rains and summer storms set the stage for flooding issues for many homeowners. While we can’t control Mother Nature, we can take certain important preventative measures to help minimize potential damage and enhance personal safety.Bear in mind, you don’t have to live close to a body of water to be considered a flood risk. Floods often strike the most unsuspecting homeowners the worst. To determine if you’re in a flood zone area, visit msc.fema.gov, part of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) website. Then make the following steps part of your action list when heavy rain and possible flooding is forecast:
Many of the above steps are important to follow for any potential emergency situation. Also check with your insurance agency to make sure your home has the proper coverage for flood or other weather-related issues your home may be prone to.
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