Palmdale, Ca (PRWEB) July 12, 2012
The season began this year on June 1, 2012 and the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) predicts a normal season all the way to Nov 30. But it is the very unpredictability of Mother Nature that makes it so important to be prepared. There's no better reminder of the awesome power that destroys everything in its path than the upcoming 20 year anniversary of Andrew, one of the most catastrophic hurricanes ever.
By the time Andrew made land in Florida on Aug 24, it was a Cat 5. Dade County was devastated with $25 billion in damage. Andrew then made a second landfall in Louisiana as a Cat 3 and caused more damage.
All told, over 50 people died and more than 25,000 homes were laid to waste. Another 101,000 homes were damaged. Just as Katrina caught New Orleans unawares, so Andrew was upon Dade County before people had enough warning to prepare or evacuate.
The news that Tarps Plus offers sale on hurricane tarps for Hurricane Andrews 20th anniversary is not just about saving money on a good product. It's also about not letting history repeat itself. For those who'd rather not be caught unprepared, these covers are the best place to start.
Tarps Plus GM Angelina Urquhart said, “That hurricane caused a lot of loss for many people. The least we could do is offer tarps at a discount to people that need them.”
The Los Angeles based company has been helping protect people from nature's wrath since the mid-1950s. They started with covers provided for emergencies in California. Their reach now extends to all 50 states and other countries including India and the U. K.
Buyers get a strong warranty, which obviously does not extend to damage caused by major natural or man-made disasters. The products have been refined and perfected over the decades to a degree where the company feels confident of providing a satisfaction guarantee with a 30-day return policy. Get whatever is needed to prevent another Andrew from destroying lives and property and with it the hopes and dreams of an entire family, neighborhood and the city.