Personal Risk Management

Preparing for hurricane season

Maintain the trees on your property. An annual inspection from a certified arborist can reduce the risk of damage caused by fallen trees and branches

Develop a plan. Have a plan in place to keep your family safe and connected during severe storms and to move valuable, sentimental items out of harm’s way.

Move your vehicles to higher ground. If possible, plan to move your vehicles to higher ground ahead of severe storms, especially if your neighborhood is prone to flooding. 

Move your watercraft to safety. If you own a watercraft, have a plan in place to move it out of the path of severe storms. PURE’s Watercraft policy offers coverage for reasonable expenses to move your vessel to safety ahead of named storms. 

Invest in a permanently installed, whole-house generator. A generator can keep your family safe and home systems running during power outages. With recent increases in severe weather, you may experience delays but you can still get the process started now.

Review your policies. Have a conversation with your broker before the start of hurricane season to ensure you have adequate coverage in place. 

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