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If your roof has suffered damage during a hurricane, storm, or extreme weather conditions, we've got you covered.

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Storm Season

in Central Florida

Central Florida has a brief but intense hurricane season from June 1 to November 30. The peak of the season is mid-August through early October, when the chances of tropical cyclone activity are at their highest.


But even when it doesn’t rain much, we still have plenty of humidity and heat to contend with. The days are growing hotter and longer, which means that summer storms are more intense.


In addition, our region experiences hurricanes and tropical storms every year. Even though we only have about seven days of measurable precipitation annually in this part of the state, when it rains or thunderstorms, it tends to do so in buckets. Hurricanes can also wreak havoc at any time of year.


To help you be better prepared for central Florida’s next hurricane season, here are some helpful tips on what you should do before an approaching storm hits home — and after one has left its mark on your property.

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How to Prepare for Storms

  • Have your roof inspected before storm season begins.

  • Clear gutters and downspouts.

  • Remove dead or dying trees.

  • Secure outdoor furniture and decorations.

  • Stock up on at least five days' worth of food and water.

  • Keep a first-aid kit handy.

  • Have flashlights, batteries, and a portable radio, in case of a power outage.

  • Stay tuned to weather updates, and be prepared to take shelter, if needed.