If your property’s located in a low-lying area, I certainly recommend checking its flood-readiness.
As you know, we recently had to deal with Hurricane Lane, and as of today, we have two more storms predicted to come through the islands back to back. Most of the time, these storms will just drop a lot of rain, but Hurricane Lane also brought 60 mph winds along with it.
How do we protect your property in the event of an incoming storm or a hurricane?
If your property’s vacant, we go out to it and move everything from the outside to the inside. If there are tenants in your unit, we call, email, or text them to confirm that they’re storm-ready. There are also other preparations we can make for you down the road, such as boarding up your windows.
“If there are tenants in your unit, we call, email, or text them to confirm that they’re storm-ready.”
If your property’s located in a low-lying area, I certainly recommend checking its flood-readiness because, again, Hurricane Lane dumped a lot of rain on us.
Any storm-readiness can be worked through in a rental home, so don’t hesitate to give us a call so we can get started with yours. If you have any other questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to us as well. We’d be glad to help you.