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• The most common types of wind damage include unhinged doors, broken windows and lost roof shingles. Properly installed sheathing is less likely to rip off, so homeowners should hire a roofer who is known for following building codes. People who replace their own windows and doors should make sure that they use impact-resistant laminated glass and either solid wood or hollow metal doors. Using at least three hinges and a deadbolt safety lock can provide further protection.
• Fuel spills can cause serious damage in any home, so individuals should check with their fuel provider to learn how to secure tanks to the floor.
• Remove all lawn furniture and outdoor items from the yard so that they will not blow around and possibly cause damage to nearby homes.
Even with proper insurance, residents can take simple measures now to protect their homes from hurricane-related damage for years to come. Those who want to learn more about how to fill the gaps in their homeowners insurance coverage with
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