Disasters can occur when you least expect. Emergency preparedness is key to staying safe during these difficult times and it’s especially important for people with disabilities.
Staying safe and comfortable during a power outage requires some planning. You should have an emergency kit with flashlights and plan where to go if you can’t stay home.
If you have pets, it’s your responsibility to keep them safe during a disaster. Pets cannot survive on their own during an emergency.
When a disaster strikes, are your children prepared to face the challenges? Emergency preparedness information is important for all the family, including children.
The musty smell in your clothes is the result of mold or mildew growing on them.
Mold and mildew often grow in humid and damp areas like bathrooms. While removing mildew from tile is relatively simple, mildew on grout is quite difficult to clean.
Since 2004, September has been the National Preparedness Month, and this year is no exception.
Disasters can strike a home in many ways, whether from floods, fires, storms or other catastrophic natural events, or from sources within the home, with the most common being: pipe bursts, sewage back
In the unfortunate case that your possessions get stolen or destroyed in a fire or other disaster, having an itemized list of all your belongings is crucial to recovering them through your insurance.