CLINTON, Miss. – Mississippi residents who suffered damage from wind and flooding caused by Hurricane Isaac can get free advice on rebuilding stronger, more disaster-resistant structures from Federal Emergency Management Agency mitigation specialists at the Lowe’s Home Improvement Warehouse in Pascagoula.
Consultations with FEMA mitigation specialists are available on a walk-in basis today through Monday, Sept. 17. The in-store event is geared to both do-it-yourself projects and building contractors.
The public is invited to visit the store at the following location:
3301 Denny Ave.
Pascagoula, MS 39581
Hours: Mon.-Sat. 7 a.m.-7 p.m.
Sunday 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Mitigation specialists have information and offer advice about making repairs, rebuilding and retrofitting homes and buildings to make them stronger and more resistant to future storm damage.
Protecting property from disasters can involve a variety of actions, from inspecting and maintaining a building to installing protective devices. Techniques include reducing mold and mildew, protecting electrical systems and appliances, to reinforcing structures against high winds.
Additional information is available online:
- Avoiding Hurricane Damage: A Checklist for Homeowners
Once a major storm hits, it’s too late to protect your home and property. But there are things you can do now to reduce damage from high winds and water from future storms.
- Protect Your Property from Flooding
Protecting your property from flooding can involve a variety of actions, from inspecting and maintaining the building to installing protective devices.
- Design Manual for Retrofitting Flood-prone Residential Structures
This report presents floodproofing techniques that can be used for existing residential structures.
- Homeowner’s Guide to Retrofitting Second Edition
FEMA has prepared this guide specifically for homeowners who want to know how to protect their homes from flooding.
- Above the Flood: Elevating your Floodprone House
This publication shows how floodprone houses in south Florida were elevated above the 100-year flood level following Hurricane Andrew. Alternative elevation techniques are also demonstrated.
- Elevated Residential Structures
Flooding in residential areas is bound to happen in flood-prone areas resulting in property damage. This manual is for designers, developers, builders, and others who wish to build elevated residential structures in flood-prone areas.
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