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Sudden Summer Storms
Posted 07/8/16
Sudden summer storms often do much more than spoil our plans for outdoor activities in the afternoon and evening. Each year the U.S. experiences over 100,000 thunderstorms, most occur during late spring and throughout the summer months, making North America...
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Have A Plan: Be Prepared for Emergencies
Posted 07/7/16
Few people would argue against having an emergency plan for their family, home or small business. So why do so few people have one in place? Rather than procrastinating under the adage of “that’ll never happen to me” we suggest...
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Keeping Ahead of Basement Water Leaks
Posted 07/1/16
There are a lot of things to love about rain. It washes away dirt and debris, it nourishes your garden, and it keeps your grass looking fresh and green. Another thing rain, especially a good heavy rain, can bring is...
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In­-Place Drying
Posted 07/1/16
You didn’t mean for it to happen, but it did. Whether your washing machine, tub, dishwasher, or another portable source in your home leaked fresh water, chances are things got pretty wet. The carpeting, pad, and everything else was soaked,...
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  • Water Damage? Best to Hire IICRC Certified Specialists

    Water and flood damage is something that a lot of home and business owners have to deal with. Understandably, damage like this causes a big headache, and it’s definitely a time when you should call in the professionals. But what does it mean to hire a “professional” when it comes to water damage? Water damage

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  • September is National Preparedness Month

    While every family would like to think they’re prepared for a disaster, the truth is that many aren’t. Luckily, September is National Preparedness Month. It’s the perfect time of year to ensure that you have a game plan in place if disaster strikes. While no one wants to be the victim of a disaster, it’s

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  • Tornadoes in August

    Once the month of August rolls around, most of us are waving goodbye to tornado season. With peak tornado season falling mostly in the months of May and June, August means the worry of tornadoes is moving further and further away. But while it would be great if tornadoes could be altogether gone once August

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  • Dangers of Frayed Lamp and Appliance Wires

    You might be taking a huge risk that you’re not even aware of. In today’s electricity-powered world, we have an excess of cords. This doesn’t just tie back to smartphones and laptops, though. We also have lamps, microwaves, coffee makers, and toasters. Our televisions are constantly plugged in, as are cable boxes and DVR. While

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  • 7 Common Workplace Safety Hazards

    Accidents can happen anywhere. While we often aren’t prepared for an accident in the workplace, our offices are filled with many different types of hazards. Being that most of us spend 40+ hours per week at our office, it’s important to know what the potential hazards are and how they can be avoided. That’s what

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