The plan he had in mind was labor-intensive and costly, but he believed it was essential for the safety of his property.
He built a fence out of plastic around his house that was 400 feet long. For it, he spent $8300.
The majority of Randy’s family and neighbors thought it was a waste of time and money and didn’t like his investment, but they were wrong. There was a barrier in place that kept the water from getting to his house when the hurricane hit. If the water had gotten into Randy’s house, it would have cost him up to $150,000 to fix the damage.
When hurricane season begins, you might want to trim any nearby tree branches that could potentially fall when a windstorm hits and harm nearby properties. It’s also essential to clear up any gutter clogs, as leaving the debris there will prevent any water from entering your home.
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