As in all water-related incidents, time is crucial.
After an event that causes water damage in your home, not only would the floors be affected, but often the walls are as well.
In the aftermath of a fire, it’s important to take immediate action to save your home and its contents.
October 7-13 is National Fire Prevention Week, which is sponsored by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) each year.
While campfires can bring warmth and joy to your camping trip, they can also be dangerous.
Hurricanes are the worst natural disasters in U.
Mold often grows out of sight in wall cavities due to water problems like flooding or leaks.
When floodwater contains contaminants and viruses that present serious risks of illness, it is considered black water.
Does your home have too many electrical devices and too few outlets to plug them all? Chances are you’re using extension cords to power up your electrical devices.
Water bursting through frozen pipes is a common sight in homes during periods of very cold weather.
If your sump pump discharge hose freezes, the sump pump is forced to work harder, and could fail completely due to overheating.
We need heat to keep us warm during cold weather, but heating the home doesn’t come without risks.
While you can’t control the moisture outside, you can control the humidity levels in your home.
Hoarders are emotionally attached to their collections and can compromise their own safety and relationships just to hold on to those items.
Carbon monoxide (CO) is a poisonous gas that can be safely detected in your home only by CO detectors.
There’s something magical about lights during the holiday season … but also something dangerous.
Thanksgiving Day is festive celebration but did you know that it’s also the leading day for home cooking fires, according to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA).