At Tendenci Our Number One Value is Security

Whether we're talking about data security or physical security - safety and security are always our top priorities.
Our team is headquartered in Houston, Texas, and some of our employees are stationed in Puerto Rico - deep in the heart of hurricanes.  We train our team to prepare themselves, their families, and the company to be ready for whatever comes. And we pass along this culture of preparedness to you and your Tendenci website.  
Here are some sites and resources to help you, your family, and your business prepare and make it through hurricane season and beyond.  

Keep in Touch with Tendenci

Here are a few ways to stay in touch with the Tendenci team during emergencies.

  1. Tendenci Blog 
  2. Tendenci Twitter
  3. Tendenci Homepage Emergency Announcement

Storm and Weather Resources for Houston Hurricane Watch 

  1. Current Active Hurricane Tracking 
  2. Houston Office of Emergency Management 
  3. Evacuation Routes 

Storm and Weather Resources for Puerto Rico Hurricane Watch 

  1. Current Active Hurricane Tracking 
  2. Puerto Rico Office of Emergency Management 
  3. Evacuation Routes  

Interactive online tool to help build an emergency kit

Preparedness Kits and Packing Lists for Emergencies

This creates a printable shopping list and walks you through the basics of stocking supplies. Place supplies in a large storage box so everything is together and labeled. If needed pull the box into the safest room in your house or loaded in the car if you have to leave quickly. hurricane preparedness documents

Helpful pages and tools on creating a hurricane preparedness plan. Including steps to take for evacuation or waiting it out and making a disaster supplies kit.

Protecting Your Home During a Hurricane

Hurricane clips to keep your windows/home safe: Most local stores (Home Depot) have ½” clips, or you can order ¾” clips from McFeely's too. Use these to easily install plywood to cover window openings without having to drill through bricks or window frames.

Power restoration times for a hurricane by CenterPoint Energy. Unfortunately, your house is NOT their priority. Hospitals, water treatment plants, and emergency services are first to have power restored, then business areas, followed by residential.

If you have any questions or need additional advice, let us know. The more prepared people are to handle unexpected emergencies, the faster we can recover and get back to the business of making clients happy!
Need Help after a hurricane?
FEMA - Apply for disaster assistance for you and your family
Red Cross - Find open shelters, food, and water
Governor's Emergency Management - Resources for Texas disaster recovery


Other Emergencies 

1. COVID-19 - Coronavirus Pandemic 

2. Hurricane Tips for Veterans and Families



Please stay safe. Because the Puppy Loves You!

Team Tendenci


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