A warning to prepare for potential strong winds and coastal flooding this weekend, starting as early as Friday

The National Weather Service calls for warning on their Watches, Warnings and Advisories page for Hawaii.  The message couldn’t be any clearer about preparedness for this weekend’s potential bad weather:  ‘A powerful low pressure system is expected to move toward islands from the north over the weekend, bringing multiple weather hazards. While the details and... Continue Reading →

BIA Home Building & Remodeling Show, Honolulu 2019

Please join us at this years BIA Home Building and Remodeling Show at Neal S. Blaisdell Exhibition Hall. The show starts January 25 and ends January 27. Our DLNR Flood and Dam Section will be set up at booth #725, educating homeowners on their flood zone and flood risk.  Stop by and say hi.

FLOOD AFTER FIRE

Wildfires change the landscape, destroying root structure and creating top soil that could repel water instead of absorbing it. Debris flows and mudflows can occur up to five years after a wildfire. Debris flows can take homes off their foundations and can carry things like vegetation, trees, large boulders and vehicles. Mudflows on the other... Continue Reading →

The 100-Year Flood

Chances are we are not prepared - or at least not as much as we could be - for the occurrence of a natural disaster. Knowing the risk, acting quickly and having a plan in mind in case of a disaster can not only prevent a major damage or loss of a property, but many... Continue Reading →

Locking in peace of mind

It's Monday and that means our weekly "Good to Know" article. It doesn't matter, if it's hurricane season or rainy season, it is always good to be prepared and to have that peace of mind, when it comes to having your home safe and secure against any potential natural phenomenon. Each year, it seems, we... Continue Reading →

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