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Preventing Roof Damage from Ice and Snow

Monday, November 17th, 2014

With the arrival of winter temperatures and severe winter weather in some places in the U.S, thinking about your home’s resistance to ice and snowfall is important. In particular, evaluating the condition of your roof is essential to protecting the home from the weight of winter snow and ice accumulation.

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Protecting Your Home from Winter Weather

Monday, September 22nd, 2014

Winter has not arrived yet, nor has extremely cold temperatures but thinking about getting your home prepared for colder weather is an important consideration over the next couple of months. Cold weather can have a big impact on homes. From poor insulation and heat loss to snow and ice damage to the roof and foundation,…

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Saving for a Disaster: Helpful Tips

Tuesday, September 16th, 2014

Disaster savings accounts are an extremely valuable thing to have. In the event of a disaster you will need a financial plan as much as an emergency response plan. Financial relief, in the end, is some of the most important relief after a disaster. Saving for a disaster is not much different than saving for…

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Preparing Your Home for Fall Disasters

Monday, September 8th, 2014

Fall is quickly approaching and with that comes many unique challenges as the seasons change, moving to colder weather. Depending on the region you live in, this cold weather could spell disaster for your home. Make the changes necessary to better protect your yard and home, preventing damage from occurring. Wildfires While wildfires are typically…

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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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How to Signal for Help

Wednesday, July 16th, 2014

Circumstances aren’t always predictable, especially when venturing into more secluded areas. If you spend time hiking, camping, or any number of activities that take you off the well traveled path, be prepared for anything. Don’t make light of any situation. In preparing for the worst possible options, learning how to signal for help is crucial….

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No matter what you are preparing for, a bug out shelter is an essential for many. This is a means by which you can escape from the events going on in the city, removed from hazards that may be going on here. Before creating your bug out shelter, there are a few things to consider….

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When it comes to disasters, there are right and wrong ways to prepare and respond. While any type of early preparation may be thought of as good preparation, there exist actions and decisions that are counter-intuitive and just wrong when it comes to preparing or responding to a disaster. The chaos and confusion of a…

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As the summer solstice approaches and the season becomes official, temperatures across the U.S are beginning to rise. Hot temperatures are responsible for several hundred deaths each year in the U.S and need to be taken seriously. These high temperatures, coupled with dry air or high humidity, can present real risks to personal well being….

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