Storm Center

Tropical Storms and hurricanes are a part of Florida life, but complacency is not, even for lifelong residents of the sunshine state.

Whether you are new to the area or a seasoned pro, preparation is key.  NestTenders' Storm Center was created to help our residents weather the storm.

September 30, 2022 Update

Hurricane Ian made a major shift east yesterday, sparing our area from the effects of hurricane-force winds.  We experienced a medium wind/rain event only.  At this time, we have minimal damage reports and will contact individual property owners as needed to address repairs.  Residents are encouraged to continue reporting damage through the Maintenance section of their Resident Portal.  For all other issues, we request everyone submit a Support Ticket below while our team is out of the office conducting spot checks of properties today and through the weekend.

NestTenders managed in Fernandina Beach, Fla.
NestTenders managed in Fernandina Beach, Fla.

Tracking Hurricane Ian

A Tropical Storm Warning has been issued for our area and is expected to be upgraded as Hurricane Ian approaches.  The latest shift from the National Hurricane Center has been to the right.  This dramatically enhances rainfall impacts but reduces severe wind potential flooding.  As a result, NestTenders has launched our Storm Center and begun preparation efforts.  Residents are encouraged to follow local municipality recommendations regarding personal preparation and evacuation planning.

All property showings are currently suspended.  We will resume showings on Tuesday, October 4, 2022.

NestTenders has switched to online support only through Monday.  Please use the Support Request Form below or create a ticket here.

Create a Support Ticket

Reduce Your Fire Risk During Power Outages!

If the power goes out while you're cooking, make sure to turn the stove off.  A large source of house fires during storms comes from the stove coming back on after the power has been restored.

Actions To Take Before the Storm


  • Stay tuned to Local News, Weather Advisories, and County Emergency Management.
  • If you're in an Evacuation Zone, heed officials and leave.
  • If staying, ensure stovetops and ovens are in the off position when the power goes out.
  • Make sure generators are used outside and are well vented. Never attach a generator to your home's electric system.
  • Secure all outside items. These have the potential to become dangerous flying objects.
  • If you experience electrical brown-outs (power service rapidly going in and out), temporarily turn off your air conditioning system from the thermostat. Once the brown-out ends, you can turn the system back on. Doing this will prevent damage to your system and keep you cool. A/C service providers will be in demand after the storm, which could lead to an extended period with no A/C.

Property Owners

  • Property Owners and Landlords, we know you want information on your property as quickly as possible.  Should the storm be severe, we will conduct property-by-property site visits to check for damage observable from the ground.  First, starting with vacant homes.  Depending on road conditions, this usually takes a couple of days, but we will make sure everyone gets an update as fast as possible.  Again, this is if the storm is severe.  As of now, the storm is projected to pass to the east of the First Coast, with heavy rain expected.

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