Hurricane season is here and here to stay, so it’s best to prepare your family, your home, and your community. Hurricanes can be one of the most dangerous natural disasters and can cause significant damage due to storm surges, wind damage, rip currents, and flooding. Although they can happen along any U.S. coast or any territory in the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, hurricanes are not just a coastal problem. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, 2021 will be an active Atlantic hurricane season with its peak from mid-August to October.
How prepared do you feel to take on a natural disaster? As a company that tries to provide the best backup power supply, we set out to find how people prepare for an emergency situation like natural disasters. In a recent survey conducted by Generark and OnePoll, we’ve compiled our findings here.
There is no definitive way to predict when an earthquake will strike, so it is always important to be prepared so you will know how to react if one strikes. Here are tips for recognizing the start of an earthquake and taking action.
Sometimes you may experience a home emergency with little warning, and with no accompanying weather reports giving you time to prepare. Here are some more tips to help you prepare for some common emergencies that you can experience in your home.