It’s Not a Matter of IF, but WHEN

Hurricane Dorian, September 2019

Hurricane Dorian, September 2019

It wasn’t until 1992 when Hurricane Andrew devastated Homestead Florida with winds up to 145 miles per hour that we took serious notice at the power of Mother Nature in this form. Changes in building codes, Insurance pricing and availability, as well as evacuation plans were all enhanced. Today, although much has been improved there is still much more to do. To Prepare, To Learn and To Recover.

Are we ready? Do we know what to do? How to do it? When to do it?

Dorian September 2, 2019 185 mph Bahamas

Michael October 10, 2018 155 mph Mexico Beach

Irma September 10, 2017 115 mph Cudhoe Key

Matthew October 10, 2016 130 mph Cape Canaveral

Katrina August 23, 2005 175 mph New Orleans

Dennis July 10, 2005 105 mph Santa Rosa Island

Wilma October 24, 2005 105 mph Cape Romano

Charley August 13, 2004 130 mph Cayon Costa

Frances September 4, 2004 105 mph Sewall’s Point

Ivan September 16, 2004 105 mph Gulf Shores

Jeanne September 26, 2004 105 mph Hutchinson Island

Opal October 4, 1995 100 mph Pensacola Beach

Andrew August 24, 1992 145 mph Homestead