If the wind was strong enough to pick up Dorothy and Toto and pull this entire house into a tornado and send them to the magical land of Oz, there is no need to do so to your property. Tornado season is just around the corner, so instead of getting your magical shoes ready, follow these simple steps to minimize the wind damage to your home.
Maintain trees and branches.
Trim any lose tree limbs and branches, and dispose of them.
Secure loose objects
In Dorothy's case, whole house should have been secured, but I am hoping your foundation is not that compromised. Your home should be sturdy, but items such as outdoor furniture, children's toys, and firewood should be secured using items such as tarps, weights, and bungee cords.
, the chance of losing power is very likely to be on flashlights, batteries, and blankets. Also be sure to have plenty of water, non-perishable food, and first aid supplies in case the power is out longer than expected.
This may cause damage to your home and vehicles, as well as other property. Make sure you have the right policies that will help you in your time of need. Contact your independent agent with any questions about your policy.
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