High Seas Pools & Spas

Stay Ahead of Storm Season

Stay Ahead of Storm Season

What’s your plan to stay ahead of storm season? The Outer Banks has been fairly lucky over the past decade, avoiding most major named storms. While we’ve dealt with our share of flooding and wind damage, the hurricanes have seemed to slide by our little barrier island. We’ll hold onto that luck for as long as possible! 

Here are some helpful tips to keep your property ahead of the game this storm season:

  • Take advantage of High Seas Pools & Spas storm prep program. Those who opted into the program in their summer contracts will have priority scheduling for storm prep which includes securing pool/spa deck furniture, gates, or other large items within the immediate pool area. 
  • Remove small outdoor items. Make sure to remove small items that are easily blown around such as plants/planters, decorations, flags, etc. These can cause damage to your property.
  • Communicate your concerns with us. If you have any questions or concerns, or cannot attend to specific items, let us know in writing as detailed and immediately as possible. We will work with you to create a plan of action. 
How does High Seas Pools & Spas handle storm clean-up?
Storm clean-up begins once conditions are: (1) safe for access to the property, and (2) sufficient for chemical application to the water. High Seas will provide an update via email when your property is serviced. This update may include notes and/or photos if damage has occurred to your property. Please remember that storm clean up can be a timely process, and we strive to effectively visit and clean each property as quickly as possible. Communications after a storm may be limited or delayed until appropriate phone and internet services are restored. 

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