Most homeowners (probably you too if you’re reading this) have had to deal with mold. Getting through mold infestation is worrisome and time-consuming.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), millions of people fall ill, hundreds of thousands are hospitalized, and tens of thousands of people die from the flu each year in t
When cold weather arrives, you dust off your warm shoes and jackets, and turn the heat up in your home. But have you thought about getting your home ready for the cold season?
Since 1922, the second week of October has been designated as Fire Prevention Week (FPW).
To prolong the life of your roof and ensure water doesn’t leak through, your home’s roof should be inspected twice a year. Once in late spring, and once during the fall.
Mold is one of those pesky problems nobody wants to have in their homes. No matter how hard you try to avoid it though, you may still see a few patches of mold now and then.
By Emily Walsh, Community Outreach Director, Mesothelioma Cancer Alliance
As the leaves turn from green to orange, the weather cools, and you start preparing for the cold season ahead. You’re excited for Halloween and can’t wait to start decorating your home.
Post-hurricane damage is often extensive, and restoration is not something a property owner should undertake without understanding a bit more about the process.
September is National Preparedness Month (NPM) and is sponsored by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). This year’s NPM theme – “Disasters Don’t Plan Ahead.