September is National Preparedness Month and Meteorologist and FEMA Disaster Training Expert, Cheryl Nelson, joined Inside South Florida to share essentials to help you and your family make it through a natural disaster.
Protecting important documents is an essential task before a natural disaster hits.
“The Epson FastFoto FF 680W can scan 1000s of photos as fast as one photo per second,” says Nelson. “Your photos and important documents are probably stored away in a closet somewhere, and that leaves them vulnerable for damage in the event of an emergency.”
Natural disasters can affect your access to power and phone lines. Having alternative sources of energy and communication can help in those crucial times.
“The Generac IQ 3500 provides clean safe power for those sensitive electronics,” says Nelson. “T-Mobile is ready for disasters, and they want you to be,” says Nelson. “Their leading 5g Network is ready when disasters hit.”
Access to good air quality is essential to you and your family’s health.
“The iRobot Air Light Air Purifier features a HEPA filtration system. It has a design that removes airborne particles,” says Nelson. “Its smart technology allows it to clean your air automatically and informs you of the air quality inside of your home.”
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This Inside South Florida Segment is paid for by Epson, Generac and T-Mobile.