The good news is that Irma has left the building. Good riddance, we all say.
Between no power, the never-ending hum of generators, downed trees and rerouted streets, expensive evacuations, and all the rest of the day-to-day inconveniences, hurricanes are total disruptors.
No more hurricanes allowed, right?
But we live in South Florida and our reality is soon enough another storm will come knocking at our doors. And with it will come power outages, clean water crises, and lots of canned food.
Unless your home is fueled by natural gas.
Natural gas pipelines are buried underground and not nearly as susceptible to hurricane harm. When standard power lines are down, natural gas systems come to the rescue, keeping you and your family fed, clean, and comfortable until life returns to normal.
Having a natural gas water heater and range when living in a hurricane-prone area is reassuring during storm season.
Here are just a few benefits:
While it may seem like a big undertaking – implementing natural gas for your home is well worth the effort. And the time to get started is now – just as hurricane season wraps up and with plenty of time before next summer.
At Debowsky Design Group, we help guide you through the process of making your home the haven you need it to be – whether it’s from a big storm or from a long, hard day at the office – we’ve got your back.
And while we know it can be intimidating to start a project like this one, we promise it’s worth it. And who better to be by your side every step of the way than our experienced team?
Drop us a line today – and we can answer any questions you have about natural gas pipelines and how to get your home equipped before next summer.
6 years Ago