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Helpful Links

If you were the victim of a major storm that caused damages to your house or commercial property, stop reading and call Flood Pros for a FREE Hurricane Water Damage & Flood Damage Services Quote.

You should not wait any longer to call our team of experts and highly-trained professionals, if you have suffered water or flood damage to your property during a hurricane or storm.

The water restoration and flood damage rapid response specialists at Flood Pros, will be there 30 minutes. We provide 24/7 emergency service. We will clean up your house. We will take you, your family and your house, back to where you all were before the hurricane happened.

The longer you wait before calling us, the more difficult it will be to restore your house or property to its pre-hurricane condition.

In order to help you become and stay prepared for impending or prospective hurricane forecasts, we present and facilitate the following important and informative links for your reference and orientation purposes.

However, if you have already suffered losses or property damage to your home or commercial property, you should stop reading now and call us for a free consultation. Our rapid response team will be at your house in 30 minutes.


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If you need more information regarding FEMA and the emergency services and resources they provide for hurricane areas and victims, listed below are resources that could be helpful.

  • Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA): FEMA Website Homepage.
  • FEMA Hurricane Page: Hurricane Preparedness tips for before, during and after the event.
  • FEMA Emergency Management Institute (EMI) – Community Hurricane Preparedness Training Program: FEMA Training Program designed to inform and encourage community hurricane preparedness. It is a web-based course that facilitates basic information about hurricanes, and how to deal with weather emergencies in your community.
  • National Emergency Family Registry and Locator System (NEFRLS): Website database that was established and developed by FEMA to help reunite families who are separated during a hurricane, emergency or major weather disaster.
  • FEMA Housing Portal: Created and Developed by FEMA, to help displaced individuals and families, who’ve lost their homes or place to live as a result of a hurricane or major natural disaster. This service “consolidates rental resources identified and provided by federal agencies, such as the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), U.S. Veterans Administration (VA), private organizations, and the public, to help individuals and families find available rental units in their area.
  • FEMA Text-Message Alerts & Services: FEMA provides a cell phone text-messaging service to deliver important updates and alerts about weather and hurricane forecasts, along with providing individuals and families shelter if they have been displaced or lost their homes in a hurricane, emergency, or major natural disaster. By texting the word “shelter” along with your particular area’s ZIP code (i.e. shelter 56789) to 43362 (4FEMA), you will receive immediate information about shelters closest to your area.
  • Sea, Lake, Overland, Surge from Hurricanes (SLOSH): Storm surge is simply water that’s pushed in the direction of the coast by the pressure of the winds swirling around the perimeter of storm. This kind of progressing surge fuses with the regular tides to produce the hurricane storm wave, which could increase the average water level to such levels that actually end up impacting streets, houses and other essential infrastructure and critical facilities. According to FEMA, “The greatest potential for loss of life related to a hurricane is from storm surge. It is imperative for emergency managers to understand storm surge vulnerability, potential threat, and who should evacuate for specific storm threats. SLOSH, which stands for Sea, Lake, and Overland Surge from Hurricanes, is a computerized model developed by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), and the National Weather Service (NWS) to estimate storm surge depths resulting from historical, hypothetical, or predicted hurricanes by taking into account a storm’s pressure, size, forward speed, forecast track, wind speeds, and topographical data.”
  • Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Hurricane Forecasts: Prevention is often the best way to plan and prepare for a hurricane. This service provides the most updates hurricane forecasts and storm weather reports.
  • Against the Wind: Protecting Your Home from Hurricane and Wind Damage: This brochure discusses what home and property owners can do to before a hurricane strikes. Including enhancements and developments for temporary wind protection.
  • How to Guides to Protect Your Property or Business from High Winds: Things, steps and measures to take to protect your property from hurricane. The vast majority of these measures should be conducted by experienced and highly-trained professionals. Call us now and we’ll be there in 30 minutes to inspect your property and provide you with an estimate free of charge.
  • FEMA Caring For Animals: Information and resources for pet owners to protect their pets during hurricanes and emergencies.


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Hurricanes trigger substantial rains that can cause extensive water and flood damage in seaside areas, as well as those away from the coast. Everyone is vulnerable and should contemplate getting water and flood damage insurance safeguards. Flood insurance is the only way to financially protect your home or commercial premises from water and flood damage.


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Find out more about hurricanes and discover additional information regarding how to properly prepare for natural disasters and emergencies by checking out the resources in the following websites:

Hurricane Basic Information & General Resources

Preparing Hurricane Survival & Disaster kits

Family Emergency Plans

Hurricane Education, Analysis & Tracking Tools

Additional Resources & Information


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