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    How to Prevent Water Damage Caused by Flooding

    According to FEMA, flooding is the number one natural disaster in the country, causing severe and prolonged property damage to roads, bridges, driveways, homes, and farms, including the animals that live on those farms. As a property owner, you need to know how to be prepared for a flood to protect your home and your livestock. Once you have an emergency storm preparedness plan in place for your horses, cattle, goats, sheep, chickens, and other livestock and pets, you must take steps to prepare your home for flooding, if and when it should occur.

    Here are 5 easy steps you can take to protect yourself, your home, or your farm from storm damage:

    • If you have a basement, you need a sump pump. Sump pumps automatically pump water out of your basement, keeping rising water levels at bay and your basement dry and free of moisture build-up.
    • To protect your home from flooding during power outages, get a battery back-up for your sump pump to ensure you have the ability to pump out rising water even when you loose electricity.
    • Consider purchasing a standby generator. Flooding is often accompanied by power outages due to rising water or damage to power lines caused by fallen trees or branches.
    • Keep gutters clear. Depending on how many trees are near to your home, clean gutters 2 - 4 times per year to avoid structural water damage.
    • Fix existing drainage problems in your yard. If you have trouble with standing water in your yard, consider re-grading your lawn or installing plastic drainage pipes to re-route water away from your house or other structures.

    Storm Safety Tips

    When dealing with a storm, it is easy to forget that storms are dangerous, and you should not ignore your personal safety to protect material things that can be replaced. Follow these tips:

    • Do not work outside when you know a thunderstorm is approaching. If you hear thunder, it's time to head inside. Lightening can strike long before it starts to rain, so it's a good idea to seek shelter until the storm has passed.
    • Clean up storm damage as soon as possible. When a storm has knocked down tree limbs or damaged roofs, quick clean-up is important to prevent accidents and further damage caused by water leaks, broken windows, or falling branches.

    Supplies List

    Here is a list of supplies you should have on hand to be ready for a thunderstorm or flooding:

    • Sump pump
    • Standby generator
    • Tarps and tarp straps
    • Flashlights
    • Battery-operated weather radio
    • Chainsaw
    • Work gloves
    • Heavy-duty garden utility cart