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Homeowners in these and other areas can’t stop the awesome forces of nature, but they can prepare themselves in case a natural catastrophe strikes. Continue reading
Advances in construction materials over the years have added an extra layer of security for those who are building or renovating homes in high-risk wildfire areas.
Knowing that you may one day be forced to evacuate your home, even if it’s just for a day, you should prepare a detailed evacuation plan well in advance of any approaching calamity.
If you had 45 seconds to evacuate your house during an earthquake, what would you take?
Flooding isn’t just an issue for those living near the beach or beside a lake or a river, in fact it’s the most common and costly natural disaster in the United States and is generally not covered by homeowner’s insurance. Continue reading
After a major storm, it can be weeks before the electricity
is restored to all the homes affected. A generator can seem like a real savior to anyone who has lost power for a long period, but they can turn into a killer if not operated properly. Continue reading