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June is National Safety Awareness Month. Here’s a few tips from the National Safety Council to take home to your families and to discuss at your workplace.

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Preparing Your Home for the Extreme Cold

Tuesday, January 12th, 2016

Extreme cold conditions can pose a serious threat to your home and family if you’re unprepared. Maintaining the home and keeping adequate emergency supplies on hand will keep you safe and take away the stress associated with potentially harsh winter conditions.

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Thanksgiving Safety Tips

Monday, November 23rd, 2015

Thanksgiving is here and we all get busy with family, food, and fun! Be safe this holiday and remember these tips to keep you safe.

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Over seven million acres destroyed after battling blazing wildfires in seven of the Western United States –California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon and Washington. What we can learn for this.

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Having a home or business suffer from fire is a significant loss both physically and emotionally. Here is the process of fire and smoke restoration explained.

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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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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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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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