Blogs in June 2015

The spectacular power of lightning strikes are among the most dangerous and frequently experienced weather hazards. A single lightning bolt can carry from 100 million to 1 billion volts of electricity. Do you know how to protect your...Continue Reading

Whether you’re facing the aftermath of a fire, smoke damage or water disaster, you may feel as if your life and home have been turned upside down. Your walls, floors and furniture may all be damaged, as well as those irreplaceable family treasures, furniture pieces, photos and keepsakes, and...Continue Reading

When disaster hits your property, it can be tempting to throw in the towel and leave your home “as is” until all the necessary repairs can be taken care of. Consider your options carefully, however. Walking away could have more consequences than you think.

Why bother with board ups and...Continue Reading

Don’t wait for storm damage to happen before taking an up-close and personal look at storm insurance coverage. Before issues resulting from being uninsured or underinsured drain your bank account and your emotions, take a proactive approach to your storm insurance coverage for a faster, easier...Continue Reading

Just like solving a crime, the first 48 hours after flooding occurs in your home are critical. Seeping water damage is progressive, pervasive and can mean valuable objects may become permanently damaged – especially if emergency response is delayed beyond the first 48 hours. You have a very...Continue Reading

Mold growth is common occurrence following water damage from storms. A noxious nuisance, mold can damage the structure of your home, its contents, and your health before you are even aware of its presence and the need for mold removal.

A Menacing Mix

Moisture, heat, and...Continue Reading

According to the National Centers for Environmental Information, in 2014, there were eight weather and climate disaster events with losses costing billions of dollars across the United States. These events included a drought event, a flooding event, five severe storm events, and a winter storm...Continue Reading

I remember high school like it was yesterday – even though it was 25 years ago. I remember the excitement of seeing what courses you could select as electives when you had the option to choose a couple of courses based on your specific interests. I choose the...Continue Reading