What Are the Biggest Fire Hazards in Your Home?

Did you know what the biggest fire hazards are in your home? Many common household items can potentially be dangerous if not attended to. House fires can be devastating and even deadly. They can also often be avoided with when precautions are taken. Keep your home and your family safe when you practice fire safety […]

What To Put in Your Emergency ‘On the Go’ Kit

Food and Water Supply The first thing you’ll need to survive—food and water. Plan enough food and water to sustain you and all the members of your household for at least 72 hours. It is best to store nonperishable food that doesn’t need water or heating. If you store canned goods, be sure to include […]

Fire Hazards in Your Garage

A fire in your garage isn’t something most property owners need to consider. Be that as it may, actually a great many carport fires happen each year in the USA. What’s more, if your carport is joined to your home, this can be particularly tricky. Flames aren’t constantly unsurprising. Be that as it may, you […]

Common Causes of Attic Fires

All residential fires can be very dangerous and devastating. Attics are often a source of house fires because of their own fire hazards that go unnoticed. There are different reasons for attic fires—some of them avoidable and some of them not. Though you may not always be able to foresee fire hazards, there are a […]

11 Emergency Preparedness Items to Keep in Your House

There are many items you should have in your emergency preparedness kit or stockpile but today we are sharing our very own 11 emergency preparedness supply items that you must keep in your house. 1. Water Maybe the most important thing you can keep in storage—water. This life-giving liquid is vital to survival and will […]

5 Emergency Items All Homes Should Have

You never know when disaster is going to strike, or how bad that disaster is going to be. You may be stuck with a power outage for a few hours or you find yourself in the middle of a natural disaster. No matter what happens it’s important to be prepared for it. One of the […]

How To Make a 72 Hour Preparedness Kit

Having an emergency preparedness kit to get you and your family through 72 hours of a disaster is invaluable. Putting together a 72-hour kit is easier than you may think. Not sure what to include in yours? We’ve got a few suggestions on how to get started. Start with the Essentials No 72-hour kit is […]

Winter House Fires: Causes and Prevention

According to the US Fire Administration, approximately $2 billion in property loss occurs yearly from winter house fires. Although winter house fires do not make up a majority of the house fires in the US, they are among the most deadly house fires in the country. 890 people die each year in winter home house […]

Signs You Have Mold in Your Home

Mold growth often goes undetected in homes. Because it usually grows within walls and unseen places it can be hard to spot early. But the earlier you catch it, the less damage it can do to your home and health. This silent danger can be catastrophic to a home when it’s left untreated. Mold continues […]

Eliminating Fire Hazards This Summer

Summer is the time to enjoy smores over a well-controlled fire, not deal with an unexpected fire in your home. This is simple enough to avoid by doing a few things around your home and yard to keep you and your family members safe. Sure, fire and water damage restoration companies can fix your home […]