Sentry Public Adjusting Hurricane Readiness

How to Prepare for Hurricane Season 2020

Sentry Public Adjusting encourages Florida home and business owners to save this page as a central collection of the best hurricane resources and hurricane-related information

We’re Here to Help Before and After the Hurricane

The National Hurricane Center predicts an above-average season in 2020 for hurricanes and tropical storms. Hurricane experts say we might expect 13-19 named storms, including up to 10 hurricanes. In 2019, there were 18 named storms, including Hurricane Dorian. And before that, Hurricane Michael and Hurricane Irma dealt severe damage to Florida homeowners.

As Florida residents know, our homes can be damaged from high winds and flooding even if a hurricane doesn’t make landfall. Sentry Public Adjusting offers a free, no-obligation inspection of your home or business to see if there might be damage you don’t know about that would leave you more vulnerable during a hurricane or tropical storm.

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What to Do After the Storm

If a storm damages your property, or you suspect roof damage, for example, be sure to call Sentry Public Adjusting before you contact your insurance company. Our business is handling insurance claims, and we know how to communicate losses to insurance companies. We can cut through the inevitable bureaucracy that develops after a catastrophe when insurance companies are overwhelmed with large claims.
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