Active Hurricane Season Predicted

Are you prepared?

The 2020 hurricane season began on June 1 and experts at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration expect between 13 and 19 named storms before it ends on Nov. 30. They predict 6 to 10 of them will be of hurricane strength. Between 3 and 6 of them will be major hurricanes, meaning they will be as least a Category 3.

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2020 ATLANTIC HURRICANE SEASON OUTLOOK

Fay (July 9, 2020) was the earliest sixth named tropical storm on record in the Atlantic basin, the previous record held by Tropical Storm Franklin in 2005 that formed on July 21, thus surpassing the previous record by 12 days.

Déjà vu all over again?

Is the 2020 hurricane season looking eerily like 2005 with the occurrence of several early storms in 2020 beating the records set in 2005?

FOLLOWING A HURRICANE, DRYING EQUIPMENT IS IN HIGH DEMAND

As disaster restoration specialists, you play an important role in the lives of the people who have been devastated by hurricanes and tropical storms. And the quicker the mitigation and restoration process can start, the quicker your customers can get back into their homes and businesses.

NOW IS THE TIME TO STOCK UP ON RESTORATION DRYING EQUIPMENT

The demand for Phoenix dehumidifiersair moversHEPA scrubbers and water extraction equipment from restoration contractors during disaster relief from catastrophic water damage is monumental. Make sure you have the hurricane response products you need now by contacting your local Phoenix Restoration Equipment distributor today.

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