Disaster Recovery Information Across the US

  • The Northern Hemisphere experienced a brutal winter this year as temperatures dropped below negative 30 degrees Fahrenheit. A polar vortex ripped across the country, sending a surge of freezing arctic temperatures to the Midwest and Northeast. With drastic temperature drops, State officials urged residents to seek shelter immediately, wear appropriate…

  • About 50% of the United States population lives in coastal counties according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. People will move from anywhere to live closer to the beach to benefit its natural beauty. From waking up to the sounds of the waves hitting the shore, to the sunshine,…

  • Heavy snow, freezing temperatures, and strong winds can cause lots of trouble and damage to your property. When cold weather approaches its time to give your home some TLC. Get familiar on the top three causes for water damage to your home or business during the winter. Frozen Pipes Frozen…

  • There are over hundred of thousands different species of fungi around the world. Some are harmless and others are deadly. Living with mold can provide harsh conditions to live in and bring serious damage to your health and property. Below are the 10 facts about mold you need to know. Mold…

  • In 2017, North America exhibited an exceeding amount of wildfires across the county. Over 100,000 people had to be evacuated and about 250,000 acres were destroyed. California, Montana, Oregon, Idaho and other parts of the country was deeply affected by the wildfire causing severe property damage and many deaths. About 90…

  • Basement flooding can be very stressful and its the last thing you want to experience in your home. Flooding in the basement is very common and with a few simple tips, you can reduce  the risk of flooding and keep your basement dry. 1 – Maintaining your Gutters and Downspouts…

  • As winter approaches, many of us get ready by purchasing warmer clothes, blankets, firewood and hot coco, but there is one thing that can be overlooked during the long winter months – the pipes in your home freezing and bursting causing severe water damage in your home. When the temperature…

  • As Hurricane season approaches from May to November, many States across the U.S become vulnerable to the storm. Though, there are certain cities that are at a higher risk than others. People who live in storm surge areas encourage residents to evacuate during a hurricane and to people who live…

  • House fires are the most common disaster in the country, but with a few precautions and the tips below you can reduce the risk of a house fire and protect your family and home.   Installing in-home sprinklers, smoke alarms, fire extinguishers and other fire-proofing tools can help protect you…

  • With hurricane season upon us, being prepared can help you and your family from the destruction of the storm. Hurricanes are predictable and can be tracked, providing families enough time to prepare before the storm. As the hurricane looms over, residents are hunkering down and or evacuating the area. Below…

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