Hurricane Florence 2018


Hurricane Prep

Hurricane Florence is heading to the East coast as a category 4 strength with 140 mph winds!!!!! Florence is due to make landfall sometime early Friday morning. This means we may see impacts as early as Thursday. Even though Florence may make landfall North if us, we can still sustain major impacts here in the Lowcountry. Governor McMaster has declare state of emergency and issued mandatory evacuation. Although it is highly recommended to evacuate, should choose to stay, be sure you have an emergency kit stocked and ready. This kit should last you at least 3 days in case of the inability to leave your residence. Some suggestions to include are as follows:

  • Canned food such as fruit, vegetables, meat, etc.
  • Don’t forget the manual can opener!
  • Non perishable foods such as bread, peanut butter, jelly, crackers, trail mix, granola bars, etc.
  • Stock up on water!!! You should have 1 gallon per person per day
  • Be sure you have food and water for your pets
  • Stock up on formula, diapers, wipes, and other necessities for infants and toddlers.
  • Make sure you are stocked on any daily medications
  • Collect flashlights, batteries, and candles
  • Fill your bathtub with water to have the ability to flush your toilet
  • Gather any important documentation and store in a waterproof bag
  • Have cash on hand in case businesses are open but cannot accept credit cards


Hurricane Clean Up

After hurricane Florence is gone you may have damage and debris in your yard or neighborhood. Charleston Grounds Management has equipment and multiple crews prepared and ready for storm clean up as soon as roads are re-opened and declared safe to operate. If you have and damaged landscape, trees down, or debris to be cleaned up contact us immediately. We will prioritize emergent issues and clearing roads first. We will handle other clean up as requested. We will provide clean up to our contracted maintenance clients first. You may also notice unwanted standing water or flooding after the storm. Charleston Grounds Management can handle your drainage issues as well. We can send a representative to assess the situation and provide a solution to best fit your needs.


Contact Information:

Submit a contact form on: www.charlestongrounds.com

Email: Admin@charlestongrounds.com

Call the office at: (843) 779-0217.

Please keep in mind we will not receive phone messages until we are clear to get to the office.




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