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3 Ways Property Managers Can Prepare for the Next Storm

5/11/2021 (Permalink)

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Three Ways To Prepare For The Next Storm

When it comes to property management in Summerlin, NV, there is always something to do. If it hasn’t happened already, the top of that list should be storm preparedness. While you can count on a storm damage and restoration specialist to restore the property, ensuring anyone on-site is safe and minimizing the damage are vital to fully weathering the event. Below are three ways to better be ready for the next big storm.

1. Have Updated Data
Whether you have one property or dozens, a lot happens throughout the year. Maintaining accurate records is essential when it comes to an emergency situation. Ensure that you have updated contact information for all residents, as well as trusted professionals you can call after the storm ends. On the flip side, ensure everyone knows how to reach out for help if the times come.

2. Develop a Plan
A storm preparedness plan is essential. While every situation is different, an emergency plan needs to take into consideration everyone’s needs. Part of it should include an evacuation plan. This should be clearly posted to ensure a safe, smooth escape if one is needed. If possible, designate someone on-site to help direct any evacuation efforts. Once a plan is in place, it only works if people know about it. Be sure that everyone gets a physical copy and understands what to do.

3. Secure the Property
Although there are always unknowns, staying on top of maintenance and housekeeping goes a long way when the winds kick up and the rain falls hard. From keeping trees trimmed to encouraging tenants to secure outdoor items and taking care of leaks the moment they are discovered, attention to the small details can minimize potential damage.
Storm preparedness is a key component of managing properties. Even starting with a few simple steps helps make dealing with the next weather event easier.

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