Although we use them every day, many cleaners and chemicals we keep in our homes can be very dangerous if splashed on the skin, inhaled or ingested.
During a disaster, you may have only a few minutes to escape and taking valuable possessions with you might not be possible.
Basement flooding is a widespread problem that can occur both during dry and wet weather.
Whether our furniture can be saved after a flood depends on the type of furniture you have and the magnitude of flooding.
Most home fires start in the kitchen; more specifically, the stove top and oven.
In the aftermath of a home fire, it’s very important to know what to do and what to avoid doing.
According to the NFPA, in the United States there are nearly 45 million homes located near woodland settings.
An emergency kit is a collection of basic supplies you and your family may need in the event of a disaster.
Cigarette smoke residue is a yellowish-brown, gluey substance that sticks to every surface in a home, making it difficult and time-consuming to remove.