Hurricane Storm Panel Manufacturing, Inc.

Serving Commercial and Residential Storm and Hurricane Shutter Customers
in Central Florida and the Space Coast since 2004

"We Sell Directly to the Public"

(321) 409-2900

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  • Determine if you are going to evacuate or ride the storm out based on a predetermined hurricane category level.
  • Listen to the National Hurricane Center on your local radio or Internet
  • If you evacuate; pull furnishings away from windows, turn off electrical power, gas and electrical and take essential items, documents and phone numbers.
  • Go to the store and purchase emergency essentials (print enclosed emergency essential shopping list)
  • Telephone – fully charged cell phone and a land line telephone for back up
  • Two coolers –one for food and one for ice
  • Water – fill bathtubs and containers with water for washing, also stock up on bottled water for consumption
  • Have cash on hand – all banks and ATMs may not be available after the storm
  • Protect your windows and doors with appropriate hurricane storm protection; storm panels, storm shutters, accordions, or rollups
  • Secure outside objects such as patio furniture, plants and grills
  • Protect important documents ( financial documents, birth certificates, marriage license, insurance information, photos) and place in waterproof container
  • First Aid kit, medicines and prescription drugs
  • Special items needed for elderly or infants
  • Toiletries, hygiene items
  • Keys
  • Toys, books, cards and games
  • Camera with film or video recorder to document any damages
  • Have several days supply of food and water based on the size of your family. Your plan should account for food needed during the storm as well as 1-2 days after the storm. Items to include: non-perishable food, canned food, food for infants, snack foods, non-electric can opener, paper plates and plastic utensils.
  • If called to evacuate, do so early in the process because emergency roads will be congested just prior to the storm
  • Have a secure room in the house ready for all family members that includes pillows, blankets and comfortable clothes
  • Vehicle fuel tanks and generator gas tanks filled
  • Test generator – operate outside the home
  • Pet care items – food, water, carrier, leash
  • Secure household appliances – unplug appliances, computers etc.
  • Telephone numbers that include; insurance company, utilities, doctors etc.
  • Swimming pool
  • Shut down the power
  • Cover or protect pool equipment
  • Lower water to the bottom of the skimmer
  • Add liquid chlorine