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  • 7 Summer Fire Prevention Tips for Homeowners Sunny, warmer days are on the way for much of the U.S. as summer approaches, but now is no time for homeowners to grow weary of taking fire safety measures. Summer is packed with opportunities for fun to fly – and, unfortunately, for dangerous flames to spark. From campfires ... Continue Reading
  • Eight Steps For Preventing Mold Damage Water damage and mold often go hand in hand. Mold can be found anywhere moisture is present and can be caused by rain seeping in, leaking pipes, cooking, showering, and even insufficient ventilation in the home. Considering these causes, it’s no surprise mold is most often ... Continue Reading
  • 4 Steps to Follow if Severe Weather Floods Your Home Torrential rain, flooding and tornadoes. We talk of these things often when it comes to severe weather and how to prepare against it. But what about when, despite all your best efforts, you can’t prevent a storm from wreaking havoc on your home? Or when water enters your ... Continue Reading
  • Water Leak Prevention for Homeowners When you hear the words “water event,” do you think of flooded rivers, rainstorms and Mother Nature? Or do you consider broken water tanks, burst pipes and overflowing toilets? Each day, an estimated 14,000 people in the U.S. experience a water damage emergency at home or ... Continue Reading
  • Polar Vortex and Frozen Pipe Tips for Chicago Residents POLAR VORTEX AND FROZEN PIPE TIPS FOR CHICAGO RESIDENTS What is the Polar Vortex? According to the Farmer’s Almanac , we can expect the winter to be “one of the longest and coldest that we’ve seen in years”. Extreme cold weather has plagued the country the past few years, ... Continue Reading
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