September is National Preparedness Month

September is National Preparedness Month, serving to remind the public to be prepared for natural disasters and emergencies. While living in Florida comes with many advantages, residents are also prone to the threats of severe weather and hurricanes. 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:

- Be sure your emergency supply kit is fully stocked.

-  Create and practice your emergency plans with your family. Be sure to include all types of emergencies including hurricanes, fires, floods, power outages, etc. Should you need assistance with creating an emergency plan for your family or business, visit

-  Review your insurance policies. Should you have questions about coverages, or to make any changes to your policy, contact your agent.

Don’t forget, September is also the statistical peak of hurricane season . As we have seen over the past few years, it is essential you take the time to prepare well in advance of a storm approaching. For more information and tips on National Preparedness Month, visit

As one of Florida's largest home insurers, Florida Peninsula Insurance Company knows the importance of keeping your family and home safe and protected. We strive to provide efficient, cost-effective, peace-of-mind protection for our policyholders. To learn more about Florida Peninsula, please contact (877) 229-2244 or Get a Quote on our website.

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