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When you picture flooding, the word “natural disaster” probably comes to mind. However, many floods are anything but natural, stemming from plumbing systems, appliances, and other man-made inventions. Learn how the two compare in terms of likelihood and potential damage.

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Flooding, Water Damage

As weather extremes continue to take their toll on the U.S., it pays to be informed on the cause and effect of its related disasters. Case and point: 2015 Texas flooding, a combined calamity of natural and man-made predicaments whose...Read more

If you’re experiencing uncomfortable allergies regularly while inside of your home, the quality of your air may be lacking. If this is the case, a humidifier could be the answer to these problems. They are affordable and easy to use, so give it a try!

Effects of Dry Air

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Two homes in the same town may be affected by a flood, but the resulting water damage could vary tremendously. Minor damage could include a little water seeping through basement windows or floor drains overflowing slightly.

Of course, far more severe damage could also occur. Let’s...Read more

A leaky roof is among the most aggravating things a homeowner must deal with. What’s worse is that you may not even know your roof is leaking until you spot signs of water damage, such as stains on the ceiling or mold growing on the roof. This is why it’s so important to have your roof inspected...Read more

Directing runoff away from your property, rain gutters are an essential way to protect your home not only from dampness and flooding, but the serious foundation issues that can result from...Read more

Water runoff during heavy rains and flash floods can damage your home if not properly directed away from the foundation.  Misguided irrigation, poor drainage, and uncontrolled runoff are primary...Read more

Do you own an older home? If so, you may want to take a closer look at some of the scary features that may be lurking in your home.  Make sure your home doesn’t have any of these; otherwise there could be a disaster when you least expect it. 

Electrical fires are most likely to occur during cold, dry winter months. With this season swiftly approaching, now is the perfect time to learn more about what sparks electrical fires and how to protect your home against this potential disaster.

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Fires are scary, especially when it comes to putting them out.  Only you can prevent these fires; but things don’t always go according to plan.  With many different fires come many different types of fire extinguishers. 

Types of Fires: