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Hawaii hurricane season rapidly approaches every year and runs from June 1st through November 30th. As our planet continues to heat up, the size and the strength of hurricanes seems to intensify year over year. Are you prepared?
An unprepared homeowner can be left with thousands of dollars in damage from a strong hurricane, so here at Home Watch Hawaii, we want to help you get prepared!
Stay safe and prevent storm damage to your home with our hurricane preparedness checklist!
Moving Your Pet To Hawaii
Hawaii is a very beautiful and desirable place to live, thus many people move or relocate to the state every single day.
Are you a pet owner who is contemplating moving to Hawaii and worried about how to get your pet(s) to come with you?
Over the years, the rules and laws of bringing your pets into Hawaii has become less stressful so long as you have your timing and all of your documents aligned. Here at Home Watch Hawaii, we want to help you get prepared.
Below is a checklist that outlines the details on what to do to get your furry children to Hawaii.
The beauty of Hawaii’s ocean waters plays a large role in the appeal of this amazing island chain.
Oftentimes the water looks calm and safe, but beneath the spectacular scenery, the ocean can also be extremely unpredictable and dangerous.
Each island is uniquely beautiful in its own right, but also comes with its own unique safety measures. Here at Home Watch Hawaii, we want to help you get prepared.
No matter what island you are visiting, here are a few basics to keep you and your loved ones safe while still being able to enjoy the incredible beaches of Hawaii.
Humpback whales are common visitors to the Hawaiian Islands each year. The first whales are typically spotted in November with the last whales usually seen in late April into early May (February being the “best” time to spot them).
Humpback Whales leave the icy waters of Alaska during the fall season for warmer waters to mate, give birth, and nurture their calves. Not only does Hawaii offer warmer waters, but a variety of ocean depths and a lack of natural predators as well.
Here at Home Watch Hawaii, we want to share some general knowledge about these special giants that we’ve learned while living in Hawaii. Click below to learn more about these special creatures!