When Disaster Strikes It’s (Almost) Too Late To Prepare!

When disaster strikes it's (almost) too late to prepare.

Floods, Tropical Storms and Hurricanes

What do they have in common?

All of these are natural disasters for which you can prepare!
Newsflash – Many people do not prepare for natural disasters and thus when disaster strikes, these natural disaster can quickly turn into a tragedy for unprepared families!

Rain, Rain. Go Away!

The Grand Strand and Myrtle Beach has had their share of rain in the last year or so. We have Tropical Storm Julia bearing down on us this week and we had a visit from Hurricane Hermine on September 2, just about two weeks ago. And just last year, South Carolina was hit by what is now called ‘the historic 1000 year flood’ in the first few days of October.

Of course, who can forget what happened in Louisiana just last month (August 2016) – disaster struck, and struck hard for many families. The devastating news and incredibly sad media videos of the flood waters coming from Louisiana should serve as a reminder to everyone that disaster can and will strike – just like that!

Preparing For Disaster

Preparing for the worst doesn’t mean the worst is going to happen.

It means that when things go wrong, you have a plan and a way to get out!

Here are some of the ways you can prepare right now!

  • Buy Flood Insurance
  • Buy Wind and Hail Insurance
  • Create a family emergency plan
  • Create an evacuation plan
  • Prepare an emergency kit (include meds, food and drinking water)
  • Prepare a natural disaster kit (include important paperwork and tools)

When disaster strikes you want to be prepared. Get started now and prepare for the next tropical storm, flood or hurricane to come your way!

Let’s Look To The Experts For More Tips!

(Please click on the titles below to read the articles)

Disaster Planning

Disaster Planning Guide

Safety First! Make a Family Emergency Plan Today!

Hurricane Preparedness

How To Help Prepare For A Hurricane

How To Best Prepare for An Active Hurricane Season

Evacuation Tips

Emergency Evacuation Planning

A Mandatory Evacuation Leaves Your Home Unattended, or Does It?

Flood Prevention

Flood Damage Prevention

How To Help Prevent Water Damage

Reduce Flood Damage To Homes

Plan. Prepare. Be Ready!

We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again:

With security and safety on the line, it is always best to be prepared!

Let us know how we can help you prepare ahead of the next storm to head our way; whether that includes installing a Honeywell Total Connect security system, with cameras, so that you can monitor your home even when you have to evacuate, or by providing you more useful information like we did in this article, we are prepare to help you be prepared!

Contact Strand Security today