Hurricane Dorian

Hurricane Readiness We've Got Florida Covered

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Crews on alert and ready to assist you

24/7 response, local service please contact us at any time. 1-800-963-CRDN (2736)

CRDN CAT response teams in Florida and throughout the U.S. are providing textile and electronics restoration services to property owners affected by flooding and wind damage.

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Take the proper steps to protect yourself, your family and your property...before disaster strikes.

  • Maintain a spare mobile phone battery.
  • Keep important documents and irreplaceable valuables in a fire-proof safe, or be prepared to take them with you if forced to leave.
  •  List and photograph personal belongings for insurance purposes.
  • Understand homeowner insurance policy coverage.

What We Do

24/7 response, local service please contact us at any time. 1-800-963-CRDN (2736)

How to Begin Recovering From Disaster

How to Begin Recovering From Disaster

Property damage, incurred as a result of a hurricane, may be covered by your homeowner’s insurance policy.

If hurricane damage is covered, your insurance company, in most cases, should:

  1. Inform you of your policy coverage and what amount will be available to cover any necessary replacement or restoration expenses, as well as temporary housing if you’re displaced.
  2. Arrange restoration services through a local or national vendor. (You may have the option to choose companies you know and trust.)
  3. Communicate with you clearly throughout the life of the claim.

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Stay Prepared

Helpful Smartphone Applications

"Tornado" or "Hurricane" and "First Aid" by American Red Cross (maps, notifications and emergency resources) 

• INRIX or Waze (traffic navigator) 

Dropbox (access computer files remotely)

Home Inventory Photo Remote (build a list of personal belongings)