How To Dry Out Your House After Water Damage

After water damage has infected your home, it can be tough to recover from. If you have experienced a flood, a burst pipe, or some other water damage, your home can experience further damage if [...]

How To Avoid Water Damage

Water damage in your home can be very costly, but it can also be avoided. Leaks and standing water are common culprits—do what you can do avoid these and keep your house safe from water damage. [...]

Fire Hazards in Your Kitchen

The kitchen can be full of fire hazards. According to the U.S. Fire Administration, between the years of 2014 and 2016, there were approximately 188,800 residential kitchen fires responded to. [...]

Preparing Your Home For An Earthquake

Unlike many other natural disasters, earthquakes strike with no notice. They happen suddenly and without warning. It is smart to be prepared for any earthquakes that may occur before it happens. [...]

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What To Do If Your House Floods

Floods can happen suddenly and unexpectedly. Even if you are prepared for emergency situations, they still take their toll. If you find yourself in a stressful situation of a flood—follow these [...]

Can Mold Growth Impact Your Health?

What is Mold? There are many different types of mold, but mold is really a non-scientific term for fungi. It appears as fuzzy patches of black, brown, yellow, and green growths. There are [...]

Everything You Need To Know About Mold

What Causes Mold Growth in Houses? Mold tends to grow anywhere there is water or humidity, including in houses. Any place that isn’t completely dry is vulnerable to mold growth. This often [...]

Where To Look for Mold in Your Home

Mold growth could be happening in your house with you even knowing. Checking these places that are vulnerable to mold growth may help you to avoid a potential disaster. 1. Shower and Bathtub [...]

What To Put in Your Emergency ‘On the Go’ Kit

Food and Water Supply The first thing you’ll need to survive—food and water. Plan enough food and water to sustain you and all the members of your household for at least 72 hours. It is best to [...]

What Items To Have on Hand in Case of a Power Outage

Power outages are never convenient, but some scenarios may be more difficult to deal with than others. Having essentials like food water, lighting, shelter, and battery life ready go will make a [...]