What should you do after a disaster destroys your home?

What should you do after a disaster destroys your home?

Preparing for every potential disaster is challenging. However, determining what needs to be done after a disaster strikes to ensure that your basic needs are met is vital. Taking quick and decisive action can go a long way towards setting you on the path to recovery....

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Keep Mold Out of  Your Commercial Building

Keep Mold Out of Your Commercial Building

Mold and mildew are concerns for anyone, but they’re particularly problematic for commercial building owners. That’s because exposure to indoor mold can prompt a range of allergic reactions and health issues. If you aren’t careful about banishing mold from your...

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Clean up Floods Quickly or Risk These Health Problems

Clean up Floods Quickly or Risk These Health Problems

A flood can wreak havoc on homes, public spaces, and commercial buildings. And in the aftermath of this natural disaster, there are threats to your health and safety. Flood water brings many hidden dangers and diseases that you need to be mindful of. Here are the most...

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How to Clean Up After Sewage Backup

How to Clean Up After Sewage Backup

One of the most unpleasant sights for Utah homeowners is the backup of a drain or a toilet. Besides the bad odor, sewage backup can pose significant risks to your health and your property – plus your business if you operate from a home office. So, when it happens, you...

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Property Managers:  Save Time, Increase Safety with Automation

Property Managers: Save Time, Increase Safety with Automation

If you’re a property manager, you know that there’s rarely enough of you to get to all of the people who need you on any given day. So how do you keep up with all of the demands on your time? Since cloning has not yet come to the human sphere, you’ll need to maximize...

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How Much Damage Can A Blizzard Do to Your Home?

How Much Damage Can A Blizzard Do to Your Home?

The switch from fall to winter is often a quick one. Strong winds are blowing across town, and snow is piling up on your house before you know it. With the cold weather in full swing, it’s worth thinking about the aftermath of a potential blizzard. Proper blizzards...

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Telltale Signs of a Hidden Water Leak

Telltale Signs of a Hidden Water Leak

Was your recent water bill higher than normal? Unless it was a mistake on the utility company’s part, there’s a chance that your home might have a hidden water leak. Most leaks are visible and simple to fix. However, those hidden inside ceilings, pipes, or walls are...

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Christmas Disaster Stories You Can Laugh About Now

Christmas Disaster Stories You Can Laugh About Now

A lot of anticipation and work go into creating the perfect holiday, so when those sugar plum fairy dreams get hijacked by a disaster, it’s no fun—but it is memorable. Read on to hear about a few of those unforgettable stories that shortchanged Christmas—but live on...

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Choosing the Right Fire Extinguishers for your Business

Choosing the Right Fire Extinguishers for your Business

The catastrophic effects of a fire should never be underestimated. As a business owner, spending time to conduct a risk assessment and identifying the most appropriate fire extinguishers for your business place is critical. By having fire safety equipment present on...

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6 Ways to Disaster-proof your Home in 2021

6 Ways to Disaster-proof your Home in 2021

In 2021, as an aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic, the home renovation market is expected to decline. However, homeowners are still going to look for opportunities to disaster-proof their homes—or at least they should. This year has already seen its fair share of...

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