Prepare for A Hurricane
By Robert Robillard on Home And Personal Safety
Store Your Window Protecting Plywood In The Hurricane Pouch
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The recent battering the eastern coast of the United States and Canada by Hurricane Irene has reminded us on how critical preparations must be made before a storm hits. Many home and business owners have adopted the practice of covering windows and doors with sheets of plywood in anticipation of strong winds and flying debris. Such a storm can cause thousands of dollars damage to the average home or store.
Prepare for A Hurricane – The Hurricane Pouch
While this practice is useful, many property owners have no proper way of storing the sheets of plywood after the storm passes. Sure, some can put them in a garage or shed, but what if you have no room?
Stacking them outside, unprotected, will allow them to rot, be attacked by termites, etc. The Kerry-All Hurricane Pouch is designed to hold 10, 20 or even more sheets of 4’ x 8’ plywood, any thickness. Just let us know the size and number of sheets and we can give you a quote.
Visit our website KerryWooding to see what the plywood pouch looks like. The Hurricane Pouch is the same style, only thicker depending on need. Currently, a pouch holding 10-20 sheets would cost $75, including shipping to anywhere in North America.