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Staying Safe Should a Home Washing Machine Flood Occur

One of the most dependable day-to-day appliances in many households can also become our home’s biggest headache when it fails. And when it breaks or, worse yet, floods the laundry area, problems mount quickly. So what can you do if your washing machine floods? We have a few solutions below. Remember that your safety and

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Tornado Season Ahead – What To Do Now?

Many of us look forward to warmer springtime weather as the winter cold starts to fade. Gentle springtime showers, however, can also be displaced in many regions by more severe thunderstorms. For much of the country, this often translates into dangerous weather like flash flooding and even tornadoes. According to The Weather Channel, the number

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Better Ways to Store Flammables at Home

We all have flammables in our home, but do you know how to properly store them when they’re not in use? Many people do not. When stored improperly, flammables can have devastating consequences including poisoning, fires, and explosions. So if you keep gasoline, propane or other flammables in or around your home, here is how

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Prepare Ahead for Possible Spring Thaw Flooding

Every spring brings new tales of unexpected rising river levels and other spring thaw-related water woes. This spring will likely be no different. Rather than wait and wonder, Paul Davis companies throughout the U.S. suggest that homeowners — even those without basements — take precautions so that when the spring thaw does come, there is

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For Smoke-Damaged Electronics, Be Smart and Hire a Pro

Few of us can manage our daily lives without mobile phones, tablets, laptop and desktop computers, along with routers, printers, and so much more. After a fire with even a slight degree of smoke, sensitive electronics like these can become contaminated. In post-fire situations, these devices may look visually okay, but that doesn’t mean they

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