Be Hurricane Smart!Test your hurricane preparedness by answering the questions below. Good Luck!
Hurricane Prep For Condo Residents High-rise living can have its down side when a hurricane strikes. Here's what you need to know.
Protecting Your HomeYou now have more choices than ever for protecting your home. ALL shutters, impact-resistant windows, doors, and garage doors that have Miami-Dade County approval after September 1994 are very strong. If they are legal, they are strong.
Powering Up After A StormAnyone who has gone through a hurricane remembers the endless days without power and long lines for gasoline and food.
Protecting Your Documents & Electronic Valuables Before A StormThe toughest thing to lose in a storm are the things you can't replace like photos and important documents.
Aquatic Adventures: Boating Safety Ahead Of A StormIn this week's edition of Aquatic Adventures, the basics of boating safety during a big storm. CBS4's Jeff Berardelli has details on what you need to know to keep yourself and your boat safe at all times.
Guide To Hurricane SuppliesWhen a hurricane huts, you can be on your own for 72 hours or more. In Hurricane Andrew, there was not an operating supermarket from Kendall to Key Largo for weeks after the storm. Power was out in some areas for 9 weeks. Getting the necessities of life proved to be a major challenge,Here's a list of items you should have ready and stocked before a storm hits.
Guide To Storing Gasoline For GeneratorsNow that the storm has passed, and your lights are still on, if you are among the lucky South Floridians with a generator you're likely to be wondering, "What do I do with all of this gas?"
Guide To Preparing Your Pets For A StormYour pets are members of your family. Don't leave them out of your hurricane plans.
Guide To Having Safe Drinking Water After A StormWater is the one hurricane supply you can't live without. Before a storm approaches, or makes landfall, you should have a plan set in place so you won't run dry after the storm.
What To Do Now, Before A StormCategory 1 hurricanes are dangerous, and Category 5 storms can be survived. How well you and your family come through any storm depends on preparation.