So It Stormed, What's Next?
It is not an usual occurrence for it to be raining on Oahu, you may hear: “it is always raining somewhere on the island”.
Tourists and locals alike know that rain and storms make all the difference, our rains go from misting, to plopping buckets of rain in seconds. This is heightened during a storm.
And it is important to us that the East Honolulu community is safe all throughout the duration of a storm. SERVPRO of East Honolulu is always here to help clean up from the aftermath of a storm; here are some tips for you after a storm hits:
- Watch your animals, animals are easily riled after a storm
- Do not drive on flooded roads, highways, and other paved areas for vehicles
- Stray away from inept power lines, and if not marked off, report them to the authorities
- Stay vigilant by keeping up to date through TV newscasts, Radio stations, Twitter...etc. Knowing inaccessible areas helps you navigate through the storm aftermath.
- It is good to help people who need extra help like our kupuna and keikis.
Learning our Eastern Honolulu area is also a great way to be prepared for storms. When natural disasters arise knowing where you fall within the natural terrain helps one plan on which highway to take if others are down. If it is easier to take the Pali or H1 when H3 is down, or flooding happens before your home exit. It is better to be over prepared than under.
Leave us with any comments or concerns at (808)395-9545. We are proud to be apart of the Eastern Honolulu community, serving you all days of the week. And available for any comments or concerns 24/7.