Hurricane Preparedness Drive Thru

Is your policy hurricane ready?

Advisors from The Villages Insurance and representatives of partner carriers will be on hand to walk you through your declaration pages and answer general questions. Pick up your copy of this year’s Hurricane Guide including our Hurricane Checklist

The Villages Insurance has been serving the residents of our community for over 30 years. We will continue to be here during your time of need.

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Drive Thru Event Dates & Locations

May 14th 9am-1pm* at Creekside Medical Center Map

June 11th 9am-1pm* at Brownwood® Map

August 13th 9am-1pm* at LaPlaza Grande Map

September 12th 9am-1pm* at Fenney Map

*Weather permitting

 

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2019 Hurricane Guide


Protect Your Family & Home From Hurricanes

PREPARING YOUR HOME

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  • Install wind impact-resistant windows or storm shutters on all windows, skylights, doors and garages. Entry doors should be constructed of solid wood or hollow metal.
  • Roof covering should be properly installed or clips retrofitted to withstand high winds.
  • Brace garage doors – there are retrofit kits available to strengthen them. In an emergency, back up your car against the inside of the garage door to prevent it from “twisting” due to high winds.
  • Keep gutters and down spouts clear and in good repair.
  • Have proper equipment and teach family members how to turn off utilities (electricity, water, and gas) if needed.

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Protect Your Employees & Business From Hurricanes

ADVANCED PLANNING AND PROPER INSURANCE ARE ESSENTIAL TO RECOVERY

Of all businesses that close down following a disaster, more than 25% never re-open their doors. While there’s no way to lower the risk of a natural disaster, there are critical measures that can be taken to protect your company’s bottom line from nature’s fury. A disaster plan and adequate insurance are essential to recovery.
The checklist below is a starting point for the types of issues your organization should be considering in advance of a storm as this year’s hurricane season begins.

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