7 security solutions to survive a hurricane

7 security solutions to survive a hurricane

7 security solutions to survive a hurricane

BLOOMINGTON, Ill., June 18, 2014 / PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE / - Did you use the plywood of your hurricane shutters to build a tree house or garage door bracket to endure the bird feeder? If so, your home may not be ready for a hurricane.

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The high season of hurricanes begins in August, however it extends from June to November. State Farm® encourages homeowners to take steps to protect their properties and families with these additional tips:

Review your insurance coverage. Make sure you have the amount and type of insurance.

Create an inventory of your home. Make a list of your belongings and their estimated value. Get a FREE State Farm Checklist for home inventory.

Have an evacuation plan. Before the hurricane, decide what you are going to do. Find the location of evacuation shelters. Determine whether you are going to spend the storm at your home (if local authorities allow you to stay), or establish a safe inland location. Plan an escape route. Tell your family where you're going to be.

To learn more about how to protect yourself and your property, visit the State Farm Learning Center.

SOURCE State Farm

SOURCE State Farm

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