Mold grows in the attic when there is a moisture problem.
Home fires not only put you and your family at risk, but also your pets. According to the United States Fire Administration (NFPA), an estimated 500,000 pets are affected annually by fires.
According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), half of the reported home heating fires occur during the winter months.
Radon is an odorless, colorless, and tasteless radioactive gas found in rock, soil, and water, and is relatively harmless outdoors.
Water damage claims have been growing faster than other claims in homeowners insurance.
In the cold winter months, mold tends to grow in homes with poor ventilation, elevated humidity, and unresolved water leaks.
Freezing temperatures and the accumulation of snow in winter can cause serious water damage to your home.
Winter storms can severely impact your home. The most severe winter storms bring snow, ice, sleet, as well as strong winds and dangerously low temperatures.
Winter weather creates hazardous driving conditions. Unless you live in an area that is warm all year, you should prepare your car for freezing temperatures, snow, and ice.
Christmas trees are a very popular part of celebrating the holiday season. While Christmas tree fires are uncommon, the ensuing damage can be severe.