They say the best time to prepare for a hurricane is when there’s no hurricane. So don’t wait until there’s impending danger to implement the hurricane safety tips below.
Replace Filters - During the colder months, dust can accumulate in the airways, causing or inflaming allergies. For that reason it’s a good idea to change out air filters seasonally to maintain good air quality in your home.
Fire pits are quickly becoming one of the most coveted home additions. It’s a relatively inexpensive way to add an outdoor social element to your home, and provides warmth and fun for all your guests.
You may be surprised to learn that water is the most common cause of damage inside a home! Ways to prevent home water damage are easier than you think if you pay attention to maintenance details and act quickly when spotting even the tiniest leak. Remember, a pinhole leak today can erupt into a waterfall tomorrow!
Quite a few homes are protected against smoke, fire and burglaries, but when it comes to lightning protection, homeowners are either uninformed or ignorant. "It won't happen to me" seems to be the general consensus, but one day it could happen.
Summer has arrived and that means grilling season is here! There’s nothing better than throwing some meat and vegetables on the grill and enjoying a barbeque with family and friends.
Whether you're going away for a weekend or a couple of weeks, it is important to make sure your home is safe while you're away. Follow these tips to protect your home and valuables when on vacation.
Now with summer and the Atlantic hurricane season well underway, the potential for strong storms pose safety threats. The National Weather Service signifies severe summer weather as hurricanes, tornadoes, floods and thunderstorms.
With everyone gearing up for fall, homeowners should start thinking about ways to prepare their homes for the upcoming winter season. Take advantage of the cooler, temperate weather to tackle outdoor projects now.