With fewer than two months remaining before the start of hurricane season, South Florida homeowners may wish to consider being proactive about affordably protecting their homes should a major storm decide to visit.
Miami, FL -- (ReleaseWire) -- 04/19/2018 -- An easy and affordable solution to reduce the odds of damaged electronics is investing in surge protectors which provide usefulness no matter what time of the year it is. South Florida is known for its random thunderstorms and they can wreak havoc at any time. Homeowners may also wish to consider protecting their air conditioning unit.
Speaking of A/C units, storm debris can be small enough in size to where it can possibly enter a unit, lodge itself, and cause major damage that may be expensive to fix. Making sure the unit is protected from the elements in the event of a major storm may potentially save homeowners hundreds of thousands of dollars in repairs.
For homes without hurricane shutters, plywood is a low-cost and effective alternative, provided the wood complies and adheres to inspection standards. Plywood demand increases exponentially during hurricane season, so homeowners may wish to refrain from waiting until the last minute.
Homeowners should also consider taking the time to examine the terms of their insurance policy so that they are aware of what is and isn't covered by their policy. This can be a tremendous help in preventing unforeseen and potentially costly surprises should a storm cause major damage to the home.
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