Posted December 18, 2015 by John Rose
When it comes to winter ice around your home, the best defense against property damage and personal injury is a well-executed offense. Unfortunately, you can’t always be ahead of the weather, and if you’re facing the inevitable outcome of an ice storm or a blizzard, you need to know how to handle what’s been thrown at you.
Posted December 16, 2015 by Vernon Trollinger
Our pets help us all live brighter. But with all the bustle of the holiday season and the shiny decorations, their curiosity can get the better of them. And as winter closes in, extreme weather can put them in real peril unless owners pay close attention.
Posted December 3, 2015 by John Rose
Every year, we make a variety of transitions in preparation for colder weather. We swap out our wardrobe, update our thermostat settings, stock up on hot chocolate, and hunt down holiday-themed lattes, but what about your car? Many of us are a bit obsessed with automotive safety, and rightfully so as we rely on them to protect our loved ones in the event of an accident, but relatively few folks take the time to properly prepare their vehicles for winter travel.
Posted September 1, 2015 by Vernon Trollinger
Back in May, NOAA’s 2015 hurricane prediction called for 6 to 11 named tropical storms, 3 to 6 of which would grow to category 1 or 2 hurricanes, and of those, perhaps 2 would become major hurricanes (category 3-5).
Posted June 1, 2015 by Ebony Porter
Flooding in certain regions of the country has caused folks to reconsider the possibility of flooding in their area, and many of these people realize they know little about what they should do when caught in a flood.