One of the most common fears is the fear of getting struck by lightning. It’s certainly possible for this to happen, but is it as common as cartoons and comics make it be? And, can you get struck by lightening when you’re inside your home?
If you’re curious about these questio ...Read More
We can’t prevent natural disasters, but we can prevent the stress that comes with them. Peace of mind will help you focus on what matters; This peace of mind will come from securing your home long before a natural disaster can strike.
Here are 6 ways to secure your home from n ...Read More
Hurricanes can be a menace to millions of people each and every year. The incredibly strong winds are capable of damaging your home and making the entire situation an uncomfortable mess.
If a hurricane is predicted to be on its way – we’ve got your back. Here are 6 tips to hur ...Read More
Accidents happen, and water damages may occur as part of these accidents. But, can you be compensated? Does homeowners insurance cover flood damages?
As a general rule of thumb, most homeowner insurance policies will cover water damage if the water is sudden and accidental. Bu ...Read More
The Gulf Coast states were damaged by a hurricane which was a category 2 upon hitting land. There were about 11 million people that were in the storms predicted path. Many people lost power in Texas and Louisiana and as the storm moved inland, many other states were effected.
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Trees can fall on homes for a variety of reasons; heavy winds, ice, and thunderstorms, or even a rotting or dead tree. Fallen trees can cause extensive structural damage, and the first thing you should do is get your family to safety.
Once you're in a safe area, ca ...Read More
In mid-May, seven inches of rain created a chain of catastrophic events. The rainstorm caused more than 10,000 people to evacuate, damaged property and homes, and destroyed two hydroelectric dams.
Moisture created by Tropical Storm Arthur produced the heaviest rai ...Read More
Last week in Collier County, a brush fire began which has so far destroyed almost 9 acres, 12 homes, and 33 outbuildings. The brush fire - now called the 36th Avenue Southeast Fire - began on May 13th in Golden Gate Estates near Alligator Alley, separating into six br ...Read More
In the early 1900's, the Missouri River was unmanageable, varying in shape and size covering entire valleys with ice and water, then resettling along a new course. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers tried for several decades to tame the river and make it navigable for commercial, a ...Read More
During Easter weekend a total of 134 tornadoes formed throughout the Southeastern states. One of the tornadoes was a 2.25-mile wide EF4 twister with winds of 190 mph that hit Moss, Mississippi killing 8 people and becoming the widest tornado that's ever hit the state. Five out of ...Read More