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"If All the Greedy People that Pollute can get Together & Show Strength in Unity – then Honest, Environmentalists Must Do the Same. You See – It’s as Simple As That.” George C. Keefe - ENCASEMENT Guy

Wednesday, September 06, 2023

In an era marked by unpredictable climate change and insurance companies withdrawing coverage in the face of mounting risks, it's time for homeowners and property owners to take matters into their own hands.

Instead of relying solely on insurance that may no longer be available or affordable, investing in the fortification of your properties with cutting-edge solutions like GEI (Global Encasement, Inc.) defensive green coatings can provide long-term protection against the escalating threats of severe weather events.

We are now facing an unprecedented challenge that can be met with the right strategies and tactics.

Climate change has unleashed a wave of extreme weather patterns, pushing insurance companies to abandon certain coverages, exclude natural disaster protections, and hike premiums.

This grim reality poses a significant threat to individuals and families living in areas once deemed safe from natural catastrophes.

As global temperatures continue to rise, the risk of exposure to natural disasters only intensifies.

Insurance, at its core, is a for-profit business. While insurers aim to provide coverage, their pricing to risk often fails to align with the evolving risks they are insuring.

As a result, insurance policies are being canceled, leaving many vulnerable individuals without the crucial protection they need.

Moving away from coastal areas might seem like a logical solution, but as climate change becomes more extreme and less predictable, there appears to be no safe haven.

Instead, homeowners and property owners must prepare and fortify their properties to withstand the fury of Mother Nature.

Rather than relying solely on insurance, investing in property fortification is a proactive step towards long-term protection.

GEI (Global ENCASEMENT, Inc.) green coatings offer a powerful solution. These coatings are designed to weatherproof your buildings and properties, providing robust defenses against incoming storms and the unpredictable effects of climate change.

GEI tough green Coatings exemplify and demonstrates sustainability at work.

These durable coatings are eco-friendly, being non-toxic, biodegradable with zero VOC’s contributing to a greener future while safeguarding your property.

GEI green coatings are engineered to last, offering long-term protection against the elements.

Being extremely weather resistance these coatings act as a long-term shield, defending your property against extreme weather events such as heavy rains, high winds, and hail.

Investing in property fortification with GEI green coatings is cost-effective and a wise financial decision, especially when compared to skyrocketing insurance premiums.

By taking proactive steps to fortify your property, you regain control over your safety and security in the face of climate uncertainty providing some peace of mind.

In a world where insurance companies are increasingly withdrawing coverage due to escalating risks, homeowners and property owners must adapt.

Investing in solutions like GEI green coatings not only provides a practical means of protecting your property but also promotes sustainability and resilience in the face of an ever-changing climate.

It's time to fortify your future.

By choosing to strengthen your properties with durable and weather-resistant, environmental coatings, you can weather the storm, quite literally, and face the challenges of climate change with confidence.

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“If All the Greedy People that Pollute can get Together & Show Strength in Unity – then Honest, Environmentalists Must Do the Same. You See – It’s as Simple As That.”

George C. Keefe/ENCASEMENT Guy


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