After the Flames: What to Do If You’ve Had a Fire in Your Home
Experiencing a fire in your home can be one of the most distressing and traumatic events a homeowner can face. The aftermath of a fire can leave you feeling overwhelmed, unsure of what steps to take, and how to begin the recovery process. However, in the midst of such adversity, it’s crucial to act swiftly…
What Water Damage Can Be Covered by Your Insurance?
A water event can cause serious damage to a home if not caught right away. Floods, leaks, rain, or a busted pipe can create thousands of dollars in damage in less than an hour. Luckily, most homeowners insurance policies cover many water events, but not all. Do you know what your plan covers? We advise…
Don’t Let Mold Sneak Into Your Home This Summer
Summer is a time of carefree fun, family vacations, days spent by the pool, and relaxing in the sunshine. However, lurking behind these fun times, the threat of mold is evermore present in your home during the warm summer months. Higher humidity, hotter temperatures, and more rain during this season increases the likelihood of mold…
July is National Grilling Month! Celebrate Safely with Fire Prevention Tips
What is your favorite thing to throw on the grill in the summer? Burgers? Hot dogs? Vegetables? Potatoes? While warm weather and summertime grill outs seem to go hand in hand, so do fires from outdoor cooking. Did you know, according to the National Fire Protection Association, 10,600 fires are reported annually from grilling? These…
Hot Outside and Cold Inside – How Condensation Can Cause Problems in Your Home
Condensation can form anywhere where warm and cold air collide. You may see it most often on the side of drink containers or even on your bathroom mirror after a long, hot shower. While condensation in small amounts isn’t something you should be worried about inside your home but it could be an indicator of…
What’s Growing On Up There?
The holidays are quickly approaching. You’ve clambered into the attic to begin to pull out all the decorations and knick knacks. It smells mustier than you remember. You pull the cord for the light, and there it is: something is growing up here. It’s covering the rafters and the roof sheathing, and there’s even some…
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