Tag Archives: hurricanes

Hurricane Ida – Homeowners Insurance Tips

16 Sep

Fallen tree in New Orleans, Louisiana during Hurricane Ida – September 2, 2021 Hurricane Ida hit Louisiana with 150 mph winds as it tore through the state, making landfall at Port Fourchon and moving up the state between Baton Rouge and New Orleans. Disaster modeling firms have put the damages between $14 billion and $31 […]

Preparing for 2021 Hurricane Season Survey

05 Aug

A recent ValuePenguin survey found that homeowners living in hurricane prone areas are less prepared for the hurricane season then they claim. A whopping 84 percent of survey respondents claimed that they were prepared for the season, but 34 percent admitted that they haven’t even started getting supplies or prepping for the season at all. […]

Most Common Mistakes that Homeowners Make During Hurricane Season

11 Jun

According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the 2021 hurricane season is expected to be above average, they are predicting 13 to 20 named storms, six to 10 hurricanes, and three to five storms that will end up being major hurricanes. Here are just a few of the common mistakes that homeowners make […]

Home Insurance Mistakes to Avoid During Hurricane Season

17 Sep

2020 is turning out to be quite a year for major storms. Named storms are forming at a record pace. Experts are predicting as many as 25 named storms to hit the Atlantic this season which is close to double the average number. Hurricane Laura has already done almost $12 billion in insured losses this […]

Hurricane Season: Understanding Your Homeowners Insurance Policy

22 Jul

Unfortunately, many homeowners never read their policies and are unaware of what is covered and even more importantly, what is not covered. The storm season is well under way and has already delivered some severe damage to numerous locations. When a severe storm hits, most homeowners want to know if their homeowners insurance policy will […]

Floridians Concerned about Hurricane Season

11 Jun

A recent AAA survey found that Floridians are becoming more concerned about this year’s hurricane season after four major storms have hit in the past three years, the worst of which was a category five storm last year. Recent storms, Florence, Michael, Harvey, Irma and Maria have caused $200 billion in damages according to Floodsmart.gov. […]

Hurricanes in North Carolina

06 Jun

View of homes along the coast of Kure Beach, North Carolina, USA: Wilmington, NC. Hurricane season is here, and North Carolina Insurance Commissioner is reminding homeowners that now is a great time to put a flood insurance policy in place.  North Carolina Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey pointed out in a recent interview that when Hurricane […]

Named Storm? – Get Home Insurance Coverage Now!

01 Aug
Home Insurance Now - Hurricane Season

The 2017 hurricane season was one of the busiest and most destructive ones on record. There were 17 named storms that hit the coasts and caused roughly $282.16 billion in damage. If you were affected by one of these storms and not carrying the proper insurance coverages you could end up on the hook for […]

Survey: Florida Homeowners Still Not Prepared for Hurricane Season

02 Jul
Florida unprepared for hurricane season

According to a recent survey by the FAIR Foundation, the majority of Floridians are still not prepared for the 2018 hurricane season. The survey found that while over three-quarters of Floridians expressed concern about potential hurricanes this season only half have reviewed their homeowner insurance policies to make sure they are properly protected. The survey […]

Review Your Insurance Coverage Before the Spring Storm Season

07 Mar
Home Insurance Coverage and Spring Storm Season

As we enter the spring storm season it is a good time for homeowners to review their insurance policies and have a complete understanding of their coverage before a major storm hits. It is important to make sure you have a full understanding of what coverages you have as well as any gaps that may […]