The Gully Group LLC

The Gully Group LLC

717 Forest Hill Blvd

West Palm Beach, Fl 33405

Office: 239-272-7071

FAX: 888-663-6579

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Be Prepared in Advance

Before a Hurricane Is Out There

  1. Create a written emergency preparedness and action plan for your family and business.

  2. Visit your insurance agent now. Review insurance coverage for your home and business, and the contents. Determine your flood insurance eligibility - homeowners insurance typically does not cover flood damage.

  3. Buy plywood or shutters for protecting windows. Trim trees to lessen flying debris.

  4. Find out if you live in a hurricane evacuation zone by contacting your local emergency management office. Make an evacuation plan if you live in an area vulnerable to storm surge or fresh water flooding, if you live in a mobile home, or if you live in a high-rise building.

  5. Identify the evacuation route you will use if told to evacuate. Determine the nearest substantial, low-rise building outside of flood zones to which you can evacuate ”“ an official public shelter, a hotel, or a friend’s or relative’s home. Find out if where you’re going will accept any pets.

  6. Agree upon two places family members can meet if separated: one outside your home for an emergency while there, and one out of the neighborhood if you cannot return home.

  7. Test emergency equipment such as generators and flashlights.

  8. Decide where you will store your boat during a tropical storm or hurricane, and factor into your action plan the time to move it to storage.

  9. Assemble a hurricane survival kit. Obtain emergency supplies now to be self-sufficient during the storm and its potentially lengthy aftermath. If you wait until a hurricane is on your doorstep to buy these items, they will be in very short supply or even completely unavailable.