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National Preparedness Month creates unity in our families and communities to educate, train, and prepare. Read up on each weekly theme of National Preparedness Month, which goes from then end of August to September 30th.

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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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Winter comes quick and with that comes storms. Take these top four ways you can make your home weather resilient and stay nice and warm. Call us for any emergency needs for storm damage.

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Understanding El Nino

Tuesday, October 20th, 2015

El Nino is an atmosphere/ocean phenomenon that occurs every 2-7 years. During El Nino the equator region of the Pacific Ocean warms up—hotter than usual—for an extended period of time. This abnormal warmth alters thunderstorm patterns, which then, in turn, alters the position of the jet streams.

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How can you participate in National Preparedness Month? Strengthen your community preparedness and resiliency by doing and sharing this year’s PrepareAthon activities.

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Let’s talk about wind, it’s powerful and is responsible for thousands of dollars worth of damage every year. And while you can’t prevent natural disasters from striking, you can take preventative measures to give your roof and walls a fighting chance against severe rain, wind, and hail.

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What natural disaster will you most likely survive? Take the quiz and find out!

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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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