Knowing what to do before an emergency is the first step in having a good emergency preparedness plan. Knowing what […]
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Every year, there are wildfires across the US. Roughly 45 million homes are located next woods and wildlands. But even if you don’t live near a wooded area, a lit ember from a wildfire can be carried by the wind and still presents a risk to you and your home. There are steps you can take to make your home fire safe. Learn how to make your home fire-smart today.
The flood has ended. Do you know what to do next? Flooding is the most common and destructive disaster in the US, causing over $6 billion in damages every year and killing over one hundred people. Knowing what to do before, during and after the flood is extremely important to surviving and recovering from the destructive power of a flood.
One of the most frequent and widespread emergencies to occur, flooding causes billions of dollars in damage every year in the US alone. No matter where you live, you need to be prepared for flooding. There are measures you can take beforehand to minimize your risk, but to ensure the safety of your family and home, you need to know what to do once you know the flood is coming – and what to do during.
Flooding is one of the most frequent and widespread emergencies faced in America. Causing over $6 billion in damage and killing over one hundred people every year, preparing your home and family for a flood event is a necessity. Learn what you can do today to better position your family to face, survive and recover.
September is National Preparedness Month. And we want to help you do your part to be ready should disaster strike. Throughout the month, we’ll be providing you with detailed articles on different types of extreme weather and emergencies and detailing what you can do to prepare, survive and recover safely. Start now by learning what you can do to prepare for any emergency that impacts your home.
The NOAA recently updated Tropical Storm Danny to a hurricane. The announcement is a reminder to all of us; whether you’re in the path of an oncoming storm or not, you need to have an emergency preparedness plan in place to ensure the safety of your family and home. Get seven tips here to get you started.
Whether you own firearms for sport, hunting or protection it is fundamentally important you practice sound gun safety at home in addition to when you’re using your firearms. Review the rules and make sure you’re practicing sound responsible gun ownership at home.
High tech devices today offer a whole new way for criminals to invade your life. Learn how to protect your devices and personal information here!
Always having false alarm troubles? Sirens won’t stop going off? Here are our best tips to quiet your noisy system!