How research can help build more resilient communities.
Event will showcase 3 easy steps to better protecting your home from wind, heavy rain
Believed to be the largest hailstone ever to have fallen in Alabama, and one of the three largest ever documented east of the Mississippi river. At 5⅜ inches (13.665 cm) at its largest measurement and approximately 0.6125 or ⅝ of a pound, its total volume was approximately 20 cubic inches. The hailstone fell during a…
Research On September 14, 2018, Hurricane Florence made landfall near Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina, with sustained winds of 90 mph. Florence moved slowly inland with heavy rain and tropical storm conditions extending over a large area. On September 24–27, the IBHS Post‐Disaster Investigation Team deployed to assess residences along the North Carolina coast from Wrightsville…
Roy Wright talks insurance with the New York Times
Roy Wright talks insurance and resilience with NAMIC.
IBHS’s Chuck Miccolis discusses what hotel owners can do to strengthen their roof.
IBHS showcases risk of wind-driven rain and how a FORTIFIED Roof can help you become more resilient.
A two-day program exploring the dynamics of wildfire behavior and how it exploits various building vulnerabilities, leading to severe property damage.