The changing of the seasons from spring to summer is here Florida. But warmer weather isn’t the only thing on the horizon. For residents of South Florida, they have now entered the opening months of the official hurricane season, which officially runs from June 1st through November 30th.
According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), this year is predicted to be “near normal” in terms of hurricane activity. While this sounds like a good thing, in any given “normal” year the Atlantic typically experiences anywhere between two and four major hurricanes.
From causing billions of dollars in damages and devastation, to loss of life, the aftermath of a hurricane is something no Florida resident wants to go through. Yet living in South Florida all but guarantees this inevitability.
This year the team at SLS Management, a South Florida property management company with a service area spanning from Coral Springs to Delray Beach, wants South Florida residents to be prepared for Hurricane Season.
Hurricane Preparedness Tips from SLS Management
During what is arguably the most intense and anxiety-provoking seasons, eyes and ears of South Florida residents stay diligently tuned to the weather forecast. According to SLS Management, hurricane preparedness is key to minimizing risk, and keeping both property, and self, safe from impending danger.
Having managed properties and assisted clients through some of the worst hurricanes to hit the US, SLS Management is well-positioned to provide insightful first-hand tips and advice on how South Florida residents can be ready for the worst, while hoping for the best.
Tips for Hurricane Preparedness:
1. Understand your Level of Risk: Check out FEMA’s Map Service Center in order to determine the level of flood risk where owned properties are located. If planned far enough in advance this may also present a good opportunity to review flood insurance policies.
2. Clear Unnecessary Debris: Sustained high winds can move objects around, hurling them at forces capable of causing serious damages.
3. Have Roofs Inspected: Before a hurricane becomes a real threat, have roof on owned properties inspected by a professional who can advise of any wear or weak spots as well as offer solutions to tighten things down before high winds hit.
4. Protect Windows: Windows are particularly susceptible to storm damage. Consider hurricane rated storm shutters or boarding up windows.
For more tips and advice, or for assistance managing properties through a pending storm, SLS Management suggests reaching out to them as far in advance as possible in order to map a service plan and allocate resources to fulfill your needs.
About SLS Management
Founded by a talented team of industry professionals with more than 20 years of property management experience, SLS Management has stood out as a leader among South Florida property management companies.
Their depth of experience and vertical integration means they can handle properties from A-to-Z, handling everything from credit, background and income checks, to routine repairs and maintenance.
Dedicated and passionate about property management and helping their clients achieve their goals, superior service, communication and transparency are pillars upon which they have built a track record of success and an ever-growing list of satisfied clients.
From serious investors with broad-ranging portfolios, to individuals looking to rent out a second home, SLS Management encourages those interested to reach out to learn more.
Company Name: SLS Management Group
Contact Person: Tomas Gallo
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Phone: (954) 329-0485
Address:1861 N University Dr
City: Coral Springs
Country: United States