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7 Tips to Protect Your Home from Summer Storms

While the summer season is known for warmer weather, it can also bring a variety of tough weather conditions, sometimes leading to heavy wind. Well, these heavy winds or storms can cause a lot of damage to your home but you can easily outsmart Mother Nature with the following preventative measures

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Trim the Trees and Clear Limbs

During a storm, tree branches and dead tree limbs can get loose and fall which can cause a lot of damage to your home’s roof and windows. Therefore, make sure you always keep the trees in the house garden trimmed. Image Source:-woodstocktreeremovals.com.au

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Think About Your Landscaping

If you have creative landscaping then it can help prevent flooding in your house. It’s important that the ground slopes should not be close to your house. You should have a slope of a quarter-inch per foot heading downside away from the foundation of your house. Image Source:- youtube.com

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Secure Your Windows and Doors

Doors and windows can often get damaged during a storm in summer. You can avoid this by installing weather-proof doors and windows which are durable enough to survive in harsh weather. Image Source:-shadeandshutter.com

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Prepare for Power Outages

Heavy winds often can create power outages which can last for hours. In order to avoid this situation, it is always best to invest in a generator. Take a note here that generators may vary by wattage output, therefore you need to consider how much of power you require to keep your household running. Image Source:-thedelrios.com

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Secure Fences

Ensure that your exterior fences are properly secured when a storm threatens so that it will prevent all the things from being lifted up and thrown against the house by storm. Image Source: pinterest.ca

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Pack Up Your Outdoor Furniture

Storms can cause items like patio furniture, so move lawn cushions, umbrellas and light furniture inside your house or garage before a storm hits. Image Source: tuc2016.net

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Clean Your Gutters

Okay, gutters are gross. We get that. Clogged gutters can cause water damage to your house walls and damage them. So, cleaning the gutters should definitely be on your priority list. Image Source:- peacid.com

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7 Tips to Protect Your Home from Summer Storms

While the summer season is known for warmer weather, it can also bring a variety of tough weather conditions, sometimes leading to heavy wind. Well, these heavy winds or storms can cause a lot of damage to your home but you can easily outsmart Mother Nature with the following preventative measures

Pin it {{item.title}}
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Trim the Trees and Clear Limbs

During a storm, tree branches and dead tree limbs can get loose and fall which can cause a lot of damage to your home’s roof and windows. Therefore, make sure you always keep the trees in the house garden trimmed. Image Source:-woodstocktreeremovals.com.au

Pin it {{item.title}}
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Think About Your Landscaping

If you have creative landscaping then it can help prevent flooding in your house. It’s important that the ground slopes should not be close to your house. You should have a slope of a quarter-inch per foot heading downside away from the foundation of your house. Image Source:- youtube.com

Pin it {{item.title}}
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Secure Your Windows and Doors

Doors and windows can often get damaged during a storm in summer. You can avoid this by installing weather-proof doors and windows which are durable enough to survive in harsh weather. Image Source:-shadeandshutter.com

Pin it {{item.title}}
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Prepare for Power Outages

Heavy winds often can create power outages which can last for hours. In order to avoid this situation, it is always best to invest in a generator. Take a note here that generators may vary by wattage output, therefore you need to consider how much of power you require to keep your household running. Image Source:-thedelrios.com

Pin it {{item.title}}
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Secure Fences

Ensure that your exterior fences are properly secured when a storm threatens so that it will prevent all the things from being lifted up and thrown against the house by storm. Image Source: pinterest.ca

Pin it {{item.title}}
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Pack Up Your Outdoor Furniture

Storms can cause items like patio furniture, so move lawn cushions, umbrellas and light furniture inside your house or garage before a storm hits. Image Source: tuc2016.net

Pin it {{item.title}}
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Clean Your Gutters

Okay, gutters are gross. We get that. Clogged gutters can cause water damage to your house walls and damage them. So, cleaning the gutters should definitely be on your priority list. Image Source:- peacid.com

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