1. Are You Prepared? Disaster Management Strategies for Homeowners George Siegal 39:19

March 21, 2023

77. Are You Prepared? Disaster Management Strategies for Homeowners

Are you prepared for a disaster? Each year, communities around the country face major catastrophes, and the road to recovery is often long and difficult. In this episode, disaster management expert John Scardena shares crucial insights and tips on how you can better prepare for disasters.  From choosing where to live to shoring up your home, taking preventive measures can help reduce the impact of a disaster. Building to code and understanding your insurance policy are also key steps to protecting your home and your family.  Don't miss out on this informative episode and share your own disaster stories or become a subscriber to help spread the word.


Topics Discussed:

– Disaster preparedness

– Preventive measures for homeowners

– Building codes and safety measures

– Insurance policies

– Evacuation plans

– Defensible spaces and vegetation

– Water and wind-related disasters

– Human error in disasters

– High building codes and corruption

– Murphy's Law

– The importance of listening to experts

 Entities Mentioned:

– John Scardena

– Disaster Tough Podcast

– Readiness Lab

– The Salvation Army

– SBA loans

– Government grants

– Insurance policies

– Linemen

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George Siegal began his career in front of the camera as a newscaster, sportscaster, and weathercaster. He worked in markets from San Antonio, Texas to Detroit, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Seattle. In addition to work in front of the camera, George was a feature reporter and producer.