September is National Preparedness Month (NPM) and is sponsored by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). This year’s NPM theme – “Disasters Don’t Plan Ahead.
This is a very common question that does not have an easy answer. Learning about the cost of fixing water damage can help you manage your finances in this situation.
After the smoke clears and the soot settles in your home, you’re left with some critical questions.
When the humidity in your home is too much to bare, what do you do? If you have a leak in your roof or an appliance is faulty, you fix the problem from its source.
Enjoying the fresh air in your backyard is a pleasant way to spend time. Unfortunately, accidents can happen and spoil your backyard fun.
Water can enter your home in many ways and end up damaging the foundation. To fight back against water intrusion, take preventative measures both on your home’s interior and exterior.
Aside from spending time and money to fix a sewage backup problem, sewage flooding also presents serious health hazards.
The heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system can cause extensive water damage if it’s not maintained properly.
Backup (or standby) electrical generators provide power to a home during a power outage.
When it comes to safety in and around the swimming pool or spa, drowning is usually the first danger that comes to mind.