Preparations For Hurricane Season: Before A Storm Hits

June 1 is the official start of hurricane season, which means meteorologists and weather channels will be closely monitoring the tropics for any signs of storms or hurricane activity. Although technology allows us to know well in advance of approaching storms or hurricanes, it is critical for Houstonians to take proactive steps now to help protect themselves, relatives, and property from any kind of hurricane damage.

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Effective Hurricane Preparation Starts Now

Hurricane season officially begins June 1, and residents and property owners across the Gulf Coast and Houston area will begin to keep their eye on the Gulf of Mexico for any signs of hurricanes or tropical storms or depressions. Although hurricanes bring with them intense weather conditions such as heavy rains and strong winds, they typically develop far enough to give residents a few days to evacuate or develop emergency plans to ride out the storm.

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Hurricane Season is Coming - Take Action Now!

With Houston's drought in full swing, the last thing on your mind is Hurricane Season. Don't let the lack of rain delay your preparations! Take action now!

Fallen trees accounted for 40 percent of all insurance claims after Hurricane Ike, according to one source. While Mother Nature is out of our control, being proactive and accountable for the trees in our yards could minimize cost and damage to your family, home and neighbors.

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Contact A Certified Arborist To Prepare For Hurricanes

Tropical depressions provide a dress rehearsal for hurricane season but Houston residents should be ready for the real thing by planning and preparing ahead of the storm, minimizing the risk for tree damage or storm damage.

Fallen trees accounted for 40 percent of all insurance claims after Hurricane Ike, according to one source. While Mother Nature is out of our control, being proactive and accountable for the trees in our yards could minimize cost and damage to your family, home and neighbors.

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Certified Arborist Can Help Before, After Hurricane

Do you remember Hurricane Ike? The best approach to hurricane season is to make plans before and after a hurricane with a Certified Arborist.  Properly maintaining your trees will help eliminate hazards and reduce their threat to your family and property.

Tree pruning not only eliminates hazardous deadwood and decayed limbs, but also provides more even weight distribution in the canopy. Your risk can further be reduced by removing dead or diseased trees.

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Hurricane Strategy Should Start With Trees, Landscape

Besides batteries and canned food, homeowners need to prepare for hurricane season by taking action and making informed choices regarding their trees, lawns and landscape gardens.

The most important property maintenance decision is to make sure that proper tree pruning is done to minimize damage to property and power lines from falling trees and branches.

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