Take Steps to Protect Your Home from Flooding
Recent Storm and Flooding
Whether you love dramatic weather or live in fear of it, you probably paid a lot of attention to the Friday, October 29 storm that socked beach communities with two-hours of heavy rain.
You saw damage almost everywhere as the Broadkill River overflowed its banks to cover Milton streets; as vast portions of Cedar Street and Savannah, American Legion, and New Road in Lewes disappeared underwater, and as 10-foot waves pounded the coast and devoured ocean beaches.
Facts about Storms and Flooding
If all of this has you worried about the public safety and financial impacts of future storms, you might sleep a little better knowing a few facts...
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