A storm is coming, and as soon as the wind picks up, the sky is darkening, and the rain is pounding down like a freight train.
That’s when your home should be sealed off from the rest of the world.
But if you’re a home builder or homeowner, you might want to prepare for that storm in advance.
Here’s what you need to know about how to prepare.1.
Make sure you’re safe from damage from a hurricane.
When a hurricane strikes, you need a storm shut-off valve to stop the wind from blowing into your home.
A shut-offs valve will stop the storm from blowing in your way.
If you don’t have a shut-down valve, you can also put in a watertight seal or wall to protect your home from the damaging storm surge.2.
Put in an evacuation plan.
An evacuation plan should include what kind of shelter to put in, what kind and amount of food you’ll need to cook for your family and where you will gather to eat.
If your home or building is going to be flooded, you should plan for that.
It might be necessary to go to an airport or train station to get supplies or shelter.3.
Keep your roof up.
If the storm surge comes crashing down on your roof, you may need to use a roof rack or roof rack in the attic.
If this happens, you’ll want to make some adjustments to your roof.
A good rule of thumb is to use roof rack to protect it from water and winds.4.
Get an extra ladder.
Many people choose to build a new ladder and replace the old one in their home to protect their homes from the storm surges.
They might also use a ladder to hang items from.
A ladder is useful to prevent the storm’s damaging winds from tearing into your walls.5.
If there is an emergency, call 911 or your local fire department to get help with getting your home and property flooded.
It’s important to have a safe home.
When you’re ready to move out, get out.
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