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Hurricane Preparedness & Recovery

Stay ahead of the storm. Shop at Lowe's to prepare your property with storm protection products.
Introducing the CRAFTSMAN Pride Storm Prep and Recovery Collection of tools for severe weather.
Find out how to safely clean up after a hurricane has occurred.
Stay safe this hurricane season with knowledge you need to know before, during and after a storm.

Additional Hurricane Resources

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Lowe’s Open House Newsroom

Get the latest information on Lowe’s store closures due to weather and more.

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Supporting Our Communities

Whether it’s donating to disaster relief or assisting firsthand with local cleanup efforts, Lowe’s is ready.

Weather Every Storm With Lowe’s

At Lowe’s, we’re dedicated to keeping our communities safe during hurricane season. That’s why we offer the products and how-to articles you need for hurricane preparation, weathering the storm and navigating the cleanup and recovery that follow. Find everything on your list, including tarps, plywood, batteries, portable fans and first aid kits. It’s a long road, but we’re on it together.

In advance of a hurricane, prepare your home and family for a time of uncertainty. Stock up on nonperishable flood items and bottled water. Make sure your home is equipped with items to help during a power outage, like generators, propane tanks and flashlights. Lastly, ensure you have cleaning supplies and trash bags on hand.

Before the storm arrives, secure the exterior of your home with hurricane shutters, storm panels or other hardy window coverings. If you face potential flooding, you’ll need to take extra precautions. Standing water has the potential to erode foundations and create an environment where mold and mildew may thrive. This means that preventative measures made now could save you a lot of money later. Buy sand and place the bags — with plastic sheeting — around the exterior of your home as a barrier. Or, as a lighter and more manageable alternative, use flood bags to help block water from entering your home.

As the rain and wind begin, consider moving your vehicle to higher ground. Charge your electronics, find a good book and pull out some board games or puzzles. Keep a battery-powered radio close to monitor the situation in the event you lose power and cell service.

After the storm passes and your community gives the all-clear, tackle cleanup like a pro with supplies from Lowe’s. Count on us for sump pumps to dry the basement and lumber, drywall and flooring repair for any storm damage. We also carry power tools to get the job done. Finally, use a shop vacuum to remove any remaining sawdust and water, helping you restore your home to its pre-storm state.

Weathering a hurricane is never easy. But, with help from your local Lowe’s, you’ll have the tools, supplies and know-how you need to protect your home and recover from the storm.