If You Can’t Stand The Heat, Get Insurance!

June 22nd, 2017 | Posted by admin in Uncategorized

Temperatures have been soaring and most regions across the US have been faced with the threat of a heatwave. This has occurred even before the first day of summer which was Wednesday (June 21st 2017). Excessive heat warnings were issued for inland California, southern Nevada and parts of southwest Arizona this week. More than 29 million residents in California were under a heat warning or advisory. With so many AC units and fans running, California residents were even advised to conserve energy by shutting their units down. Even for the UK they faced their hottest June day since summer of 1976. And if you take a look back, the 10-day heatwave in 2003 resulted in about 2,000 heat-related deaths, and 680 people died during the long spell of hot weather in 2006. With this being said, your planned summer event can become a potential health risk.

No matter how you decide to relieve yourself from the heat whether its cooling off in a pool, lake, or the ocean, there is no way of relieving yourself from the effects that come along with the increase in temperature. While the prolonged heatwave will give a welcome boost to sales of sunscreen, ice cream and fans, it also comes with a risk of loosing sales as well. It’s common for outdoor events, agriculture, and summer concerts to suffer a financial loss due to either above or below normal temperatures. If temperatures spike too high this summer causing cancellation, having temperature insurance will protect your anticipated income and profits.

Luckily, finding protection from the rising temperature doesn’t have to let you work up a sweat. US Weather Insurance makes finding the right coverage a breeze! We offer insurance options that are specific to your event. To find out more and to receive a free quote, give us a call at 888-882-5440 or email us at info@usweatherinsurance.com.

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