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As a Florida insurance carrier, we’ve helped our customers through many natural disasters. Here we provide important weather and natural disaster resources that can help you in case the worst happens. Get insurance tips and learn about how you can protect yourself and your family from disasters like hurricanes, floods and brushfires. We cover a wide range of weather preparedness topics like creating a flood emergency plan and preparing your insurance policy for hurricane season.

100 Fire Safety Tips for 100 Years of Fire Prevention Safety

 

The National Fire Prevention Association is celebrating 100 years of "National Fire Prevention Week". We wanted to provide you with 100 fire safety tips to download and follow at home. 

 

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We hope you and your family keep these tips in mind to stay fire safe all year round. Should a fire occur, Florida Peninsula is available to assist you. If you have any questions about your policy and coverages should a fire occur, contact your agent, or call us at 877-229-2244.

3 Disasters to Prepare for During National Preparedness Month

As Floridians we are prone to disasters such as hurricanes and flooding due to our climate and location. Being prepared is important for all homeowners and renters to protect their home and family. During September, we bring attention to National Preparedness Month to help families learn how to prepare for possible disasters. Take a look at our quick tips and read more about preparing for different types of disasters.

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5 Tips for Preparing for Peak of Hurricane Season

According to NOAA, mid-August through mid-October is the time when the Atlantic Hurricane Season is most active. This period accounts for 78% of tropical storms, 87% of category 1-2 hurricanes, and 96% of major hurricanes (categories 3-5). As we are now in the peak of hurricane season, it’s important to prepare for a potential hurricane before it arrives. Below are 5 steps you can take now to prepare for the peak of hurricane season.

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Ultimate Florida Hurricane Guide

Florida homeowners should take the proper steps to prepare before a storm is on the horizon. Read our ultimate Florida hurricane guide to help you prepare, as following these tips can help reduce your risk of harm, property damage, and accelerate the recovery process should the unexpected occur. 

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What to do with your left-over Hurricane Supplies

We made it.  And for the majority of our State, we escaped this hurricane season unscathed.  Now what do we do with all the hurricane supplies we purchased throughout the last few months?  How to use these leftover items is not as hard as you may think and could be delicious.

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Hurricane Season 2020: Preparedness Tips from Florida Peninsula Insurance Company

As a Florida Homeowners Insurance Carrier, Florida Peninsula Insurance Company provides some useful tips for preparing for the 2020 Hurricane Season.  

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Always Have a Plan: Flood Emergency Preparedness

We are providing tips for establishing your family’s flood preparedness plan.  

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September is National Preparedness Month

We encourage you to take this month to be proactive with all your disaster plans. In honor of National Preparedness Month, Florida Peninsula would like to provide you with the following emergency preparedness tips.

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Protecting Your Home from a Brush Fire

Over the years we have seen an increased risk of wildfires in Florida. Although no home is fire-proof, there are steps you can take to protect your property from a brush fire. Here are a few tips.

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Three Reasons Why You Need a Flood Preparedness Plan

The safety of your family and the protection of your home should be your priority in the event a flood occurs. Therefore, it is essential you and your family have a flood preparedness plan in place. Here are three reasons why you need to have a flood preparedness plan.

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