Hurricane Safety Tips

Don't wait until the last minute! Even if there is only a 30% chance, better safe than sorry every time.

If you take a daily medication, make sure you have enough for at least 10 days after the storm. The roadways may be inaccessible for a while.

Keep all your important documents in a fire/waterproof safe. If you don't have one, use ziplock bags and store them somewhere secure.  

Always be sure to have a stocked first aid kit and know how to get to it in the dark.

Stock up on water, nonperishable foods, candles, flashlights, and batteries. 

Try to get your laundry done; nothing like having dirty clothes that you can't clean for a week.

Fill your car's gas tank and if you have a grill be sure to have extra propane.

Create and go over a hurricane evacuation plan with your family so everyone is on the same page if/when the times comes. 

Take the proper precautions for you and your family's safety! Whether it's boarding up the windows with hurricane shutters/plywood, or a mandatory evacuation, listen to your local news stations and use your best judgment.

Our thoughts and prayers are with all of those in Hurricane Matthew's path. 
Be safe everyone! 

The Slomin's Team