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Preparing for a severe storm or wind emergency to help minimize damage to your property can be the difference from moderate to a disaster.
Gusty winds are great for flying kites, windsurfing and hoisting flags, but they’re not all fun and games. High winds can bring down power lines, cause property damage and pose life-threatening dangers to people and pets. Staying safe and minimizing wind damage is a matter of staying alert and responding quickly when high winds are present or predicted.
Taking these steps and actions could limit the amount of damage that could be inflicted on your home and belongings:
During a storm protect yourself and your home from nature’s wrath by following these tips.
Dealing with wind or water damage to your home caused by tornadoes, or other severe storms can be both difficult and dangerous. Here are some tips on how keep your family safe by being proactive.
You are at an interview for your dream job. Your palms are sweating as you’re looking at your soon to be (hopefully) boss, but you know you’re qualified so you whisper to yourself, “I’ve got this.” Then you hear, “So, do you have any questions for me?” …. The dreaded question that can make the most qualified person go blank with no response!
Here are the top 10 most common interview questions plus five effective ones to ask instead, for professional recruiter.
As the vehicle shortage drags on, we are left with the questions:
2021 was an unusual year for the automotive industry, to say the least. While customer demand for new cars rebounded from the economic uncertainty of 2020, automakers found themselves unable to meet that demand because.....
A snowstorm can bury your car making it difficult to access and reck havoc on your home. Below are a few tips for how to dig out quickly, clean up effectively, and stay safe and warm, even if you happened to lose power.
Here are some helpful tips whether you got two inches or two feet of snow.
With so many ways to buy insurance these days – what are the advantages of working with an independent Insurance agent like the Billy Davis Insurance Group?
Here are 6 solid reasons to think about:
The weather is colder, the days are shorter and many struggle to maintain a happy, healthy mindset. This time of year, during the cold, dank, dreary months of winter, seasonal affective disorder, SAD, sets in for many people, and according to Psychology Today they often suffer symptoms like extreme fatigue, difficulty concentrating, low motivation and weight gain.
With SAD, the lack of sunlight causes the brain to work overtime producing melatonin, the hormone that regulates your body clock and sleep patterns and a hormone that has been linked to depression. That's why all things considered, the farther north from the equator you live, the greater the risk you'll have some degree of winter depression.
Here are 8 ideas to get past the winter blues:
10 Tips for keeping your pets and your Christmas tree safe brought to you by our friends at Homes Alive Pets.
Don’t get mad, get smart with these creative Christmas tree, pet-proofing pointers.
Chilly autumn weather is here, with winter weather knocking on our doors. If you live in the Midwest states this typically means, it’s time to turn up the heat.
And “turning on the heat” is often synonymous with “increased energy bills.” It can be a big part of people’s monthly costs and not just a cost issue but a matter of comfort. Keeping heating costs low while maintaining a warm, cozy living environment doesn’t have to break the bank.