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Storm-Proof Your Home Against Wind Damage

Wind Damage Protection

Storm-Proof Your Home Against Wind Damage

South Florida weather is unpredictable. Hurricane-force winds, tropical storms, or even a nasty rain storm can cause severe structural damage to your home.
It’s best practice to prepare before disaster strikes. Homeowners can prevent wind damage by following these easy steps for storm-proofing your home.

Cover Windows and Doors

If you know that a hurricane or tropical storm is approaching your area, cover your windows and glass doors with storm-proof shutters. Hurricane-force winds can cause branches, loose shingles, and other debris to hit your home’s exterior, leaving you with a hefty repair bill after the storm passes.
Impact shutters are built to withstand Florida’s extreme weather conditions and will protect your windows from shattering.
For homeowners on a budget, aluminum or wood plank shutters offer some protection from the elements. Your best bet? Invest in hurricane windows and shutters from a reliable manufacturer. For best results, have your shutters installed by a professional.

Secure Roof Shingles

Next, make sure that your roof is up to date and well-maintained. Due to high winds, your roof’s shingles can fly off, leaving your roof exposed to wind and water damage.
Ensure that your shingles are nailed or stapled down to a waterproof underlayment. The underlayment protects against water entering your house. If your roof is not up to date, secure a tarp over the exposed area to protect it from water damage.

Anchor Projectiles

Anchor down any loose ornaments that are in your yard. Items like grills and outdoor furniture can be secured to the ground. Small plants and other items can be brought inside the house.
As an added tip, remove any trees that could potentially threaten your home in the event of a hurricane or tropical storm. Wind can easily blow trees or large branches down that can lead to costly damage down the line.

South Florida Wind Damage Cleanup and Restoration

With hurricane season approaching, it is crucial that homeowners protect their home in the event of catastrophic storm damage. As your local property restoration experts, we’ll do all that we can to ensure the unique needs and concerns are met.

Safeguard Your Home Before It’s Too Late

From tarping your roof and protecting your windows, to water removal and structural drying, Insurance Repair Specialists are here to help. We’re proud to offer 24/7 emergency repair and restoration services for all wind damages due to severe weather conditions across Palm Beach, Broward, and Miami-Dade Counties.
The best way to protect your home? Prepare in advance before disaster strikes. To learn more about our wind damage restoration services, contact Insurance Repair Specialists today at (954) 725-2895 to get started.

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