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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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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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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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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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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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Disasters are catastrophic in virtually every sense. From the physical destruction they cause to property, infrastructure, and the environment to public health hazard of disaster caused disease outbreak, understanding the many risks associated with natural disasters is the only way to prepare a response. The biggest threat to personal safety during a disaster is death…

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Planning for disasters involves a lot of different steps. From preparing your home for severe weather to putting together an emergency response kit for the aftermath of a calamatous event, disaster preparation is an ongoing process. One element of this process is considering insurance matters. Things like evaluating your insurance policy and understanding what is…

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The immediate aftermath of a disaster is a chaotic time. From assessing damage to your home and possessions, notifying and making contact with family and friends, and beginning to address insurance matters, there are seemingly innumerable things to do in the aftermath of a disaster. The difficulty in prioritizing responses after a disaster is one…

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Improving the resilience of your home against inclement weather is very important. During the winter, this preparation carries particular importance since storms can be especially harsh–coupled with the severe cold. The winter of 2013-14 has been incredibly difficult for most of the U.S with relentless blizzards and arctic temperatures lingering over entire regions. Making your…

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Disaster recovery is a common topic for homeowners, but is too often unexamined by businesses. A recent survey by the Zurich Insurance Group polled businesses in 71 countries and found that many business were not prepared for disruptions. These disruptions could be anything from a widespread power outage, IT and service failures, and adverse weather….

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