By Olivia Creighton
Consider how every time there is the threat of snowfall, people flock to the store to buy milk and bread. If you postpone your own trip, you arrive to find barren shelves and typically go home with some sort of makeshift meal that will help you wait out the storm. For smaller occurrences this may be a method be work for you, but natural disasters don’t always leave you time to prepare at the last minute.
Being prepared for natural disasters can, at times, be the difference between life and death. Knowing how to prepare and what actions to take can keep you, your family, and your tenants safe. With some information about the different natural disasters that may be a threat to you and our handy preparedness infographic, you’ll be ready for whatever weather heads your way. Preparing your property and your tenants is imperative; passing on information about storms cannot only help keep them safe, but also make them aware of how to protect the rental in the event of bad weather.