We’re taking some serious measures to make sure we don’t lose anyone’s work! Our systems have officially been backed up and everyone’s projects are safe and sound on our hard drives. Thankfully we still have power here in Phoenixville/Kimberton area and are hoping to continue to have it for as long as possible.
We just wanted to share some helpful hints to take into account while braving this storm. Please stay safe, warm and dry and we hope to be back up and running within a few days. Please contact us if you have any questions about any of your projects. ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) We will do our best to get everyone’s projects mailed ASAP considering these conditions! We are as eager to get them to you as you are to receive them!
On a lighter note, get your Kayaks, canoes, and paddle boats ready! 😀
***See the below details for information on how to stay safe during the next few days***
During a Hurricane
If a hurricane is likely in your area, you should:
- Listen to the radio or TV for information.
- Secure your home, close storm shutters, and secure outdoor objects or bring them indoors.
- Turn off utilities if instructed to do so. Otherwise, turn the refrigerator thermostat to its coldest setting and keep its doors closed.
- Turn off propane tanks.· Avoid using the phone, except for serious emergencies.
- Moor your boat if time permits.
- Ensure a supply of water for sanitary purposes such as cleaning and flushing toilets. Fill the bathtub and other large containers with water.
You should evacuate under the following conditions:
- If you are directed by local authorities to do so. Be sure to follow their instructions.
- If you live in a mobile home or temporary structure—such shelters are particularly hazardous during hurricanes no matter how well fastened to the ground.
- If you live in a high-rise building—hurricane winds are stronger at higher elevations.
- If you live on the coast, on a floodplain, near a river, or on an inland waterway.
- If you feel you are in danger.
If you are unable to evacuate, go to your safe room. If you do not have one, follow these guidelines:
- Stay indoors during the hurricane and away from windows and glass doors.
- Close all interior doors—secure and brace external doors.
- Keep curtains and blinds closed. Do not be fooled if there is a lull; it could be the eye of the storm – winds will pick up again.
- Take refuge in a small interior room, closet, or hallway on the lowest level.
- Lie on the floor under a table or another sturdy object.