Posted September 23, 2016 by Vernon Trollinger
With cooler autumn weather already sneaking snow into North America, some homeowners are preparing their homes for winter. In these colder climes, this includes getting basements ready for freezing temperatures.
Posted August 31, 2016 by John Rose
Kids are curious, resilient, and often times much braver than we give them credit for, but they still look to parents for help and guidance when the world seems too big for them to handle. When that time arrives, instinct tells us to don our “Super Parent” cape for them to hide behind as we keep the tough stuff at bay.
Posted August 12, 2016 by Vernon Trollinger
Residential backup generators have become more than just a luxury in some parts of the country, especially those that receive regular bouts of severe weather that strain the infrastructure of the electricity grid. In fact, they’ve become regular items on many suggested emergency preparedness lists for your home.
Posted August 4, 2016 by Kamellia Zeynali
Hurricane Safety for People with Disabilities
Preparing yourself, your home, and your family for a natural disaster is a difficult feat in itself. Add a disability or special need to that, and the process can become even more demanding and stressful.
Posted June 3, 2016 by Vernon Trollinger
The Storms are Coming
Here’s the tl;dr version: the 2016 hurricane season is certainly expected to be more lively than last year. That being said, weather forecasters are split between predicting a near-normal to average season and an active to moderately active season.
Posted December 23, 2015 by John Rose
No matter where you’re from or what driving conditions you’re used to, snow and ice command a healthy dose of respect. Winter roads have their own set of rules and safety tips for drivers, from winter driving best practices to preparing your car for the season. Follow our winter driving tips to stay safe during your cold-weather trips.