Post-Hurricane Pressure Washing
The 2017 Hurricane Season Guide
Hurricane season brings high winds, flooding, downpours and power outages. Where there is heat and water with higher pressure areas moving into lower pressure areas forming swirls of air, there are hurricanes. Hurricane season in the Atlantic Ocean which often impacts Florida lasts from June 1 until November 30. In May of 2017, the Climate Prediction Center determined the 2017 hurricane season to be above normal with 7-15 hurricanes predicted to hit the Atlantic keeping Floridians on their toes.
Hurricanes are named by the World Meteorological Organization keeps six rotating lists of names for each region of the world that are simple to pronounce. Names are retired if the storm was particularly strong or costly. Irma, a force to be reckoned with, had speeds of 185 miles per hour bringing destruction to the entire state.
Florida is going to seem stronger and longer than other hurricane seasons. Hurricane season wrecks havoc on the outside surfaces of your home and its surrounding areas. Pressure washing your home, patio, sidewalks, pool deck and driveway upon a hurricane’s completion is a wise decision to keep your home looking pristine. Dino’s Pressure washing has 20 years experience pressure-washing in Florida and knows just how devastating a hurricane in Florida can be.Hurricane Preparation Guide
In the event of a hurricane. all Floridians should be prepared by heeding advice relayed by the National Hurricane Center and local elected officials, checking evacuation routes and insurance coverage begins(making sure to have all coverages you may need in place before the hurricane season begins) and making copies of these documents, putting up hurricane shutters to protect glass from breaking and being strewn about and purchasing supplies.
*Have a hurricane disaster kit on hand. In your kit, include:
- a three-day supply of water and non-perishable food,
- a battery-powered radio
- a battery-powered flashlight
- a first-aid kit
- a non-electric can opener for food
- a cell-phone charger
- a wrench or pliers to turn off pipes
- a whistle to call for help
- Wet wipes in case water is turned off
- A generator to restore power
Post-Hurricane Survival Guide
After any hurricane has ended and life goes back to normal, it is time to be thankful for your family’s and personal safety and for having a home that is still standing. Post-hurricane is the ideal time to get your home and yard in the shape it was before the hurricane hit. First, be sure to have all the large, removable and extraneous debris(fallen trees, shingles) strewn about removed. The hurricane’s heavy winds and gushing waters blow through leaving debris stuck to all the surfaces of your home, pool deck, sidewalk, patio, and driveway which are best removed with professional pressure-washing. Dino’s Pressure Washing will get your home and surrounding surfaces looking like they did pre-hurricane. No matter the category of hurricane or amount of surface build-up, Dino’s will have all your surfaces looking like new in no time.
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