Hurricane Season

Before a Hurricane

When Hurricane season arrives, you want to make sure you and your family are prepared. There are numerous websites that can help you stay on track such as these:

Do not wait until the last minute to take care of these very important steps.

You want to make sure you have done all of the following necessary steps to keep your home protected.

  • Update your insurance coverage based on where you live
  • Take pictures of each room in your house
  • make an exterior and interior inventory checklist
  • Have an emergency plan- Where will you go? What items will you take?
  • Gather important documents so there are easily accessible

After the Hurricane

If you have to go through one of these life-threatening situations, take a breath and call us. There are things that will need to be handled right away. 

Call your insurance and report the claim, get an appraiser scheduled. Once you can get to your home take photos, lots and lots of photos before any clean up is started (if it is safe).

The next step will be to start rebuilding, strong and better.Get bids from at least three contractors, know what you are signing and be smart with your money. Contact us before any construction begins. We will help you understand the process because we are here to help.

Steps For Obtaining a Windstorm Certificate

The steps of windstorm certification are easy, and we are here to make sure things are done right so you will be protected in the future.
Call us before any work begins.

Information we will need:

  • The address
  • What is being done on the property
  • Commencement Date
  • Homeowners contact information
  • Contractors information

Look up the product you will be using on the Texas Department of Insurance (TDI) website.

All material being used must be approved through this website. We will inspect your house according to their installment directions. Call us to inspect prior to beginning, all inspections need to be seen in progress NOT after. Once the job passes inspection, we will submit all necessary paperwork to the state for your certificate.