Important Phone Numbers to Have Before You Evacuate

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Evacuating, whether voluntarily or mandatory, can be stressful. You might be worried about taking care of family members, pets, and ensuring that your home is safe while you leave. Taking important things, such as irreplaceable documents and items, medications, and emergency supplies are key when evacuating. But, what happens when you return? Do you have the phone numbers you need… Continue reading


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3 Commonly Neglected Evacuation Preparedness Tactics

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Between this incredibly active hurricane season and the wildfires scorching much of California, most of you should be prepared, if you weren’t already, for a natural disaster. No matter where you live, a natural disaster can strike at any time, leaving you and your family to evacuate at a moment’s notice. Here are some commonly neglected evacuation tactics that could… Continue reading

Common Kitchen Mishaps and How to Prevent Damage

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We spend a lot of time in our kitchen, so it only makes sense that every now and then damages occur. It isn’t just small damages here and there, bigger damages can also pop up in your kitchen. However, three big causes of damage can be easily prevented. Fires can happen easily in an unattended kitchen. You should make sure… Continue reading

Air Quality Safety During a Wildfire

Air Quality Safety During a Wildfire

Unfortunately with the droughts, high heat, lower humidity, and heavy winds in parts of the country, wildfires are more prevalent this time of year. It’s important to be prepared. Share the below safety information with all business or home owners. Always pay attention to the news and warnings. Even if you are not within the area(s) that evacuations are ordered,… Continue reading

Rental Property? Here are 3 Tips to Make Life Easier

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Thinking of owning a rental property? Being a landlord is a great way to earn additional income and equity on a property. However, there are a couple things you should do before acquiring any property. Here are three tips that will make life easier in the long run: First, check over the place completely for mold, water damage, or even… Continue reading

How to Prepare Early for Hurricane Season

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While hurricane season is on its way out, you may be thinking about packing up your supplies and waiting for next year. When you’re packing up your items, there are some things you can do to prepare yourself for next year, so you aren’t in a panic when a storm arrives. Here are some things you should keep in mind… Continue reading