How to Prepare For a Hurricane

  1. Put a Disaster Plan into Action
  2. Check Emerency Generators & Supplies
  3. Photograph or Video Premises – keep a visual record of all premises to facilitate damage assestment and speed damage claims in the aftermath of the storm.
  4. Backup Computer Files to a secure off-site server
  5. Secure the premises – secure all loose items including pool deck furniture, small partners, garden hoses, exterior wall decorations, and contact all residents to make sure they have removed items from their balconies and any other outside.
  6. Check Storm Drains for Debris
  7. Secure your Elevators
  8. Shut Down All Pumps
  9. Be familiar with the location of all water shutoff valves and power boxes
  10. Contact list of Unit Owners, Board Members & Employees
  11. Complete Vendor List & Contact Information – add The HomeOwner’s Advocate to your list (855) FAIR-CLAIM
  12. Prepare Cleaning Maintenance and Security employees to help mitigate and respond to damage – for more ideas on this contact us.
  13. Have a complete set of building or community plans ready and available
  14. Insurance Policies & Insurance Agent Details
  15. Bank Account Details & Signatories – keep handy a list of all bank accounts numbers, petty cash and/or copies of handwritten checks on hand.
  16. Evacuate if a mandatory evacuation order has been issued!

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Best regards,
Jeffrey Von Stein, CPIA, AIC, CRE

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