Plan Ahead and Protect Your Plumbing


Hurricane preparedness most often includes gathering nonperishable food items, flashlights and discussing emergency plans with your family. While personal safety comes first, it's also important to think about how your home - and plumbing - could be affected by storm season. Get insight on how to get prepared pre-storm as well as what to check on once the storm is past.

Prepare Your Plumbing Ahead of Time

Where to Look for Damage After a Storm

Whether you evacuate for a hurricane or hunker down at home, the initial walkthrough to assess for damages after it passes can be overwhelming. To limit the stress, consider creating a list of specific areas in your home you want to check as a first priority, then move through the rest after. When it comes to your plumbing, here are the most tell-tale signs there is damage that must be addressed by a plumber:

Hurricane season certainly has the potential to damage your plumbing system, but planning ahead and conducting preventative maintenance will help limit your worries. The David Gray team can help ensure your plumbing is in its best shape to weather any storms that come, all while maintaining social distancing and other health safely protocols. Call 904.724.7211 for more information.

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