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Reducing Water Damages After a Flood

Tuesday, October 21st, 2014

Flooding is an extremely powerful force that can destroy entire structures and leave you with serious water damage. Even lesser flooding that doesn’t causes immediate structural damage can cause permanent damage from lingering water. Water infiltrates everything and even though you can’t see it, water may still be present beneath the surface of furniture, floors,…

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As the weather gets colder, the heat comes on and supplemental heating devices emerge from the closet. When using these devices it is important to practice safe operation in order to prevent fires or other electrical accidents from occurring. Improper use and negligence can easily lead to fires, especially as the weather is transitioning and…

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Disaster recovery is a complex matter. Putting a city back together again after a serious disaster involves a lot of different agencies, a coordinated approach, and a lot of money. Infrastructure that has been damaged or destroyed can seriously affect day to day life in a city–in small and large ways. Infrastructure is everything you…

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Understanding the Risks of Black Mold

Wednesday, August 20th, 2014

Black mold is one of the most potentially harmful types of mold. Prolonged exposure to black mold, also known officially as stachybotrys, can lead to respiratory problems and irritation of the mouth, nose, and throat. Black mold spreads through the release of spores into the air and is found mostly in dark, damp, humid conditions….

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Preventing Fire: Propane Safety Tips

Tuesday, August 12th, 2014

Fire prevention throughout the summer is extremely important. As summer progresses, barbecues and outdoor gatherings remain popular activities and, with these, the use of propane to power grills. Because of the highly flammable nature of propane gas, understanding how to properly store and use it is extremely important to overall safety when operating a propane…

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Being prepared for any situation in your home is essential. In the United States alone it is estimated that there are between 350,000 and 400,000 fires every year. These fires can reach as much as $8 billion in total damages throughout the states. As alarming as this is, it is even more disturbing that the…

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Summer is the season for thunderstorms. High winds and rain are becoming more common across the U.S as summer comes into full force. Preparing the outside of your home for severe weather is an important way to protect your own property and those around you. This often involves considering how your home is landscaped and…

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Not all disasters have to be on a large scale of things. Sometimes it is the simple things that can create the biggest issues. Most people who have owned pets have dealt with at one time or another the struggles that come when trying to clean up after your pet’s disaster. Train your dog to…

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Memorial Day is not only a day off of work, school, or other obligations, it is a time to reflect on the brave men and women who lost their lives fighting for their country. Many people take advantage of this holiday to travel, whether it is just for Monday, or the entire three day weekend….

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A disaster may strike at any moment, leaving your home, and possible your business in a sticky situation. While planning for your home and family is crucial, don’t forget to have a disaster preparedness plan for your business as well. You spend a large chunk of your week at the office, be prepared for what…

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