Hurricane

Wind and water damage from Tropical Storm/Hurricane Arthur can lead to costly repairs, and possibly destroy your property. Fortunately, there are many cost-effective things you can do before the storm to reduce the risk of property damage. Use the resources provided here to prepare for and recover from this storm.

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2014 Hurricane Preparedness and Recovery Resources

2014 Hurricane Preparedness and Recovery Resources

Resources for before and after the storm strikes.

2014 Quiet Hurricane Season Prediction Not a Reason to Let Down Guard

IBHS provides recommendations to help residents start preparing their homes for hurricane season.

2014 Travelers Institute-IBHS Hurricane Preparedness Symposium

Learn more about the fourth annual Travelers Institute-IBHS “Kicking Off Hurricane Preparedness Season” symposium.

5 Affordable Home Projects to Prepare for a Hurricane

The Five S’s – Shingles, Soffits, Seals, Surroundings and Shutters

5 Ways to Protect Your Home From Water Damage During Hurricane Season

IBHS suggests five projects that you or a professional can do around your home to reduce potential water damage from wind-driven rain or the standing water from a severe storm.

American Modern Manufactured Home High Wind Testing at the IBHS Research Center

A series of tests at the IBHS Research Center evaluate the effect of high winds on attached structures to manufactured homes.

Building Codes: Rating the States

An assessment of residential building code and enforcement systems in hurricane-prone states.

Commercial High Wind Test (2012)

Resources to help create stronger masonry structures based on the latest building science.

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