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Hurricane Season Awareness and Preparation Guide

Written by B. F. Saul Insurance on

Screenshot (57)Each year, the beginning of the season comes with a prediction from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). This year the NOAA predicted an "above-average" hurricane season meaning many areas will see 3 to 6 hurricanes this season, at least. It is important to reach out to an insurance provider for adequate coverage for your property.

Key information from the guide:

• NOAA is predicting an “above-average” hurricane season, including 3-6 hurricanes
• Peak is expected between August and October
• Texas-Louisiana coasts have been hit harder in the last 2 years (than Florida)
• Insurability can be improved with a proper flood elevation certificate and wind mitigation report

More can be found in our downloadable Risk Insight document about Hurricane Season

If you would like to learn more ways to help prepare and protect your home through hurricane season, check out this helpful guide.


Download the Hurricane Season Awareness and Preparation Guide

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B. F. Saul Insurance helps businesses and non-profits as well as families and individuals with complex needs protect their most important assets at levels customized for their risk tolerances and goals.

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