Please only call Bev Roberts Rentals when absolutely necessary, so that we may keep our lines open for emergency concerns. Please refrain from calling to get storm updates. Our team is currently getting inundated with phone calls and emails. It’s not that we don’t want to hear from you, we appreciate the concern and covet your thoughts and prayers right now. We understand that everyone is worried about Hurricane Irma, but per the North Carolina governor, Roy Cooper, “It’s too soon to know how North Carolina will be impacted.” Please keep in mind that this is our home too – so our team takes this very seriously! Many of us have lived here though numerous storms and hurricanes, so understand there is a “wait and see” period with hurricanes requiring patience. Do not panic when you see headlines declaring a state of emergency. The state of emergency allows us to get a plan activated and the teams and equipment in place in case the hurricane makes landfall in North Carolina.
Instead of calling, please use the links below for Bev Roberts Rentals information updates. Bev Roberts Rentals works hard to keep tenants and landlords informed – prior, during and post storm. We recommend everyone monitor Bev Roberts Rentals here:
Tenant Preparation Procedures:
Stay tuned to the local news media and follow all recommended precautions and instructions. We would like you to take a few minutes to review the hurricane plan we utilize.
- Log into your Tenant Portal and review your contact information. Please inform us if any of this information needs updating. Each manager utilizes this information to notify tenants of important changes, problems and/or issues.
- Take photos of the home and your contents at their current state for insurance purposes. After the storm, inspect the home for damage, take photos, and report damage to Bev Roberts Rentals. If possible, submit photos via the online Maintenance Request system.
- Please write down the below contact information for your property manager, and keep it in a safe place: Bev Roberts: (919) 630-3882 or firstname.lastname@example.org, Craig Brockman: (919) 609-3131 or email@example.com, and Nick Roberts: (919) 244-1649 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Turn off main water to house if a pipe leak is noticed. If you smell gas, turn off main gas valve.
- Anchor or shelter outdoor potted plans, awnings, patio and lawn furniture, grills, and trash and recycling receptacles.
- Turn off propane tanks.
- Close all windows.
- Do not open refrigerator unless necessary. In case of lengthy power outages, remove food from refrigerator prior to spoiling to prevent odor damage. Empty ice bucket to prevent damage to floor from melting ice.
- Insert wedges in sliding patio doors; if not protected, damaging winds will lift them off their tracks and blow them into the house.
- Lower radio and television antennas, protect satellite dishes.
- Close all outdoor electrical outlets.
- Secure garage, porch doors, and storm doors.
- Purchase a flashlight (do NOT use candles) and extra batteries.
- Charge all cell phones.
- Unplug electrical equipment.
- Do NOT tape or board up windows. This can actually cause more damage to the windows or siding of the house.
- If you are instructed to evacuate the home by local authorities: If possible, please notify Bev Roberts Rentals, lock all doors, turn off main breaker, turn off main gas line, turn off main water supply to the home.