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Spring is a time of hope and renewal, but it can also bring severe weather and flooding. Are your prepared. Take these steps to keep your home and family safe during spring storms.
Make sure your family is ready to stay safe during a storm or other emergency.
Your house is designed to shelter you from the storm. Take a walk around your property and look for these potential issues.
Your sump pump can help keep your basement from flooding in heavy rain. Make sure it's working properly.
Test the sump pump to make sure it's in working order. Fill the pit with a bucket of water to turn your pump on. Watch it carefully to see if it's getting rid of the water, then check the discharge pipe outside to make sure it's drains properly. If the pump doesn't run, make sure it's plugged in and the circuit isn't tripped.
Floods can damaging and dangerous. Take these steps to make sure your prepared.
Flood damage may not be covered by standard homeowner's insurance. If you live in a flood prone area, see the National Flood Insurance Program for information about obtaining flood insurance.
Although your electric service is generally reliable, a storm may lead to an extended power outage. Be prepared. Have candles and flashlights available. Use a battery-powered radio or your mobile device to get information about the status of power restoration. For backup power, consider purchasing a generator and operate it safely according to manufacturer's guidelines.
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