Living Prepared

Hiring a contractor is a big decision and should not be taken lightly. Ask friends or family for references when searching for a contractor. This[...]

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Choosing the right roof for your home can be a difficult task with all of the different types and varieties out there. The climate in Florida[...]

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When the colder months creep in, central heaters are turned on or space heaters are used. Unfortunately, if you don’t take the necessary precautions,[...]

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In the event of a disaster (or a predicted event), the Governor may declare a State of Emergency. This allows local and federal officials to work[...]

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From June 1st to November 30th, the Gulf of Mexico and eastern coast of the United States is on alert for Hurricane Season. Eyes turn to the National[...]

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What exactly does it mean when meteorologists assign a category number to a hurricane? What factor decides just how severe a hurricane is? The [...]

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It’s a trick question, because it really depends on your home and how much work you’re willing to put into it. Are you currently in the process of [...]

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Having gutters on your home is great for controlling the flow of rainwater. In order for them to work efficiently, they must be clear of debris. If[...]

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No one expects our pets to ever harm anyone, but being prepared and having the right kind of insurance is the responsible thing to do. Many home[...]

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 If you’re a homeowner and you have a screened patio, screened pool area (often referred to as pool or patio cages) or an aluminum carport; you[...]

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