Mother Nature is unpredictable! Summer thunder storms can bring with them multiple threats such as thunder, lightning, hail, heavy rain, flash flooding, and strong winds. Thunderstorms are always accompanied by lightning. Lightning brings with it many risks! The risk of power surges, structural damage, and even destructive fires. That is why it is important to understand how you can keep your...
Though the warming of temps is a relief too many, it could also cause problems for homeowners in more ways than one. When temperatures drop below freezing, water inside pipes can freeze and expand. If the water causes the pipes to expand too much, it can crack the pipe or cause ice to block the pipe effecting water pressure. This can often go unnoticed until the weather warms up and the water...
Fires are the most common disaster across the nation. When a fire occurs, every second counts when it comes to getting yourself and your family to safety. It can take two minutes for a fire in your home to become life-threatening. That is why there is no time to waste! Below we share with you the steps to establishing your families fire escape plan:
Natural disasters can cause havoc for businesses, especially those without a data recovery plan. We all know that computers and water don’t go together. And some are better than others when it comes to preparing for the damaging effects of Mother Nature. Don’t worry, we are here to help with point to consider when putting into place a data recovery plan.
Last week we posted about how to avoid water damage in your home, but what do you do if, despite your best efforts, water gets in?
We’ve all heard the adage “The best defense is a good offense” and never is that more true than when it comes to preventing water from getting into our homes and places of business.
All month we’ve been talking about April showers and the damage water can cause when it gets inside your home or business. However, our focus has been on basements and businesses, places that often have concrete floors.
Spring brings with it many joys, especially for those of us in the Upper Midwest who’ve just “survived” another long winter. It also brings water, and a lot of it. Which is fine, until it starts seeping into our buildings and basements.