Here they will post tips that may be helpful to you the homeowner.
Here they will share stories about circumstances that have crossed their paths as they become more familiar with; the world of what can go wrong may go wrong.
Here they will share news reports on stories such as squatters’ taking over a homeowner’s house while they were on vacation, vandalism on rental properties, and insurance information for homes that are vacant, abandoned and such.
Here they hope you find useful information that is available to share with other homeowners, friends and family.
Remember please that a Vacant Home is a Vulnerable Home!
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Probably not as much as you think, although how often does a person ask you, "Hey, did you see that?" and your response was, "See what?" We can only focus on so much at a time and we tend to look at what appeals to us. At Gotta Gal Home Watch, our primary duty is...read more
2nd of 2 part series In part 1 of this series, we gave examples of what people thought the phrase Home Watch meant and the real meaning of what it is. In this part, we explain how we can help you. We will notice if there is water leaking from the hot water heater or...read more
1st of 2 part series. Everybody has their own idea of what Home Watch means or generally have no clue as to what it is we really do for our clients. Here are some of the responses myself and other home watch business owners around the world have heard. We were...read more
As one couple found out, $80,000 in damage was caused to their home by two wild raccoons. The Sullivans were spending time at their second home on the Cape in August when they received a call from their daughter, Kassandra Desmond, 28. She had stopped to check the...read more
Complete a Written Plan There are many resources to research on how to better prepare yourself and your family in case of an impending hurricane. Take the time, have that conversation and cut down on the chaos. Weather.gov says the time to prepare for a hurricane is...read more
Help Your Neighbor Weather.gov explains that many Americans rely on their neighbors after a disaster, but there are also many ways you can help your neighbors before a hurricane approaches. Learn about all the different actions you and your neighbors can take to...read more
Strengthen Your Home Some of the easier things you can do around your home before a storm hits land is to; Cover windows with either shutters that fit the entirety of the windows or attach the proper size plywood. If you don't want to or are...read more
Get an Insurance Check Up Can one ever be ready enough for the hurricane season? No matter how much you prepare, it still takes a toll on you physically and mentally. One aspect that many don’t think about as each year passes; do you have enough insurance...read more
Print the list out and go shopping before the season starts.read more
Develop an Evacuation Plan According to Weather.gov the first thing you need to do is find out if you live in a storm surge hurricane evacuation zone or if you’re in a home that would be unsafe during a hurricane. Who should be prepared to evacuate in Indian...read more