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.
Posted May 24, 2015 by Ebony Porter
Major storms have descended on the southern part of the country, leaving Texas and other states to deal with massive flooding. Whether you are currently experiencing a flood, or live in an area that could experience flooding in the future, it’s important to have the right information at hand to minimize the danger to your family, your home and your belongings.
Posted December 18, 2014 by Vernon Trollinger
When harsh winter storms hit, they bring extreme cold temperatures, chilling winds, and worst of all — ice. This frozen water can coat power lines, which pulls them down and then knocks out the power to your home. For many, that means no heat until the power is restored.
Posted July 23, 2014 by Vernon Trollinger
We’ll be the first to admit that it’s been a light couple of years in terms of hurricane activity. We’re nearly two months into the 2014 Hurricane Season: we’ve only experienced once storm of any sort – Hurricane Arthur – and The Weather Channel is tracking only a single bit activity in the Atlantic Ocean at the moment.
Posted June 9, 2014 by Brooke Drake
Summer time is here, and whether you’re splashing in the ocean waves, playing in the backyard or having a margarita al fresco, you’re going to be exposed to lots of sun. And that means you’re applying lots of sunscreen. With this basic sunscreen guide, we hope to take the mystery out of sunscreen so that you can beat the summer heat.