Damaging winds can wreak havoc on your property. A high wind event can crash debris through your windows, strip your siding, down trees on your property, peel shingles off your roof, and fling back the flashing.
Far in advance of a wind event, you can take steps to ensure that your property stays secure. Prepare now to minimize the risk of damage to your property or injuries to your people. Start by reading the articles below: Prepare for High Winds and Defend Your Property Against High Winds.
Use the additional free resources to help protect your church, Christian camp, school or college from the devastating effects of a high wind event.
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