Monitor Your Home for Storm Damage During Severe Florida Weather

Monitor Your Home for Storm Damage Amid Severe Florida Weather

As Florida prepares for the expected severe weather, with forecasts of damaging winds, heavy rainfall, and potential tornadoes, Synergy Insurance Group urges its policyholder to be watchful about storm damage to their homes. The storm, which is expected to impact the state starting Monday night and continues through Tuesday evening, poses significant risks to properties across Florida. Synergy Insurance Group emphasizes the importance of monitoring and promptly addressing any storm-related damages to ensure safety and minimize long-term impacts.

Synergy Insurance advises its policyholders to carefully inspect their homes for any signs of storm damage once it is safe to do so. Wind gusts are predicted to range from 45-60 mph in North Florida, and 30-45 mph in Central and South Florida, which can cause significant structural damage. Be sure to look for missing or damaged roof shingles, broken windows, and other structural damage caused by the high winds.

Tornadoes, heavy rainfall and the potential for flash flooding are also concerns for this storm. Recent rains have already saturated many areas, increasing the risk of flood damage. Check for water intrusion in basements, crawl spaces, and lower levels of homes. Minor leaks can lead to significant problems if not addressed promptly.

Remember that timely reporting of damage is crucial for efficient insurance claims processing. Synergy Insurance Group is prepared to support its policyholders through the claims process, offering guidance and assistance to ensure a smooth and supportive experience.

Synergy advises all residents to follow updates and safety instructions from the National Weather Service and the Storm Prediction Center. Staying informed and prepared is key to weathering this storm safely. Remember, Synergy Insurance Group is here to help its customers navigate through the aftermath of the storm and ensure their homes are restored and protected. Stay safe, Florida, and keep an eye on your home for any storm-related damages.