Worst Natural Disasters

Advancements in science and technology are no match for the terrifying and destructive power of natural disasters. For thousands of years, men have built and improved infrastructure to protect themselves from the natural elements, but once the fury of nature is...

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How to Keep Mold Away from your Home

Mold makes homes unsightly and unhealthy. It’s no wonder that homeowners get worried at the first sight of mold. But what is mold anyway? It is a microscopic fungi that reproduces via spore generation. Different kinds of mold are multi-cellular, have antennae, and...

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The Importance of Quick Fire Restoration

The restoration of your home or property after extensive fire damage is an activity best left to the experts. Fire can cause damage that lurks below the surface and in the walls of your house. You might not even know that the damage is there until much later. Fire...

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How Can FEMA Help You in a Disaster Situation?

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is an organization under the Department of Homeland Security tasked with providing and coordinating a response to disasters in the United States that local and state authorities lack the resources to handle. It provides...

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What to Save if Your House is on Fire

Residential fires often result in the loss of lives and damage to property. The causes of these fires range from cooking, smoking, faulty electrical wiring, and even kids left playing with fire. Many fire disasters could have been prevented if the right fire safety...

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6 Ways to Prepare for Natural Disasters [infographic]

We cannot stop any natural disasters from happening, however, you can prepare for it. Not in every situation, the responders may able to reach you. Thus, by being prepared of the unknown reduces the impact of an emergency in your life. At the same time, you are...

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Historical Floods of Utah

Flooding can happen anywhere in the world, no matter what kind of weather prevails in the area. Despite being mostly a desert, Utah is one of those places that experiences occasional flooding. While Utah doesn’t flood due to hurricanes or tsunamis, it can get...

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What to Do if You Develop a Mold Problem

When you notice some green or white fuzz on a loaf of bread, chances are your first instinct is to throw it out because it’s moldy. However, when it comes to taking care of your home, you may miss signs of mold that could affect your health. What is mold? Mold is a...

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Restoring a Home After a Fire

Whether a home experiences a small kitchen fire or one that burns it to the ground, the event can be traumatic. It can also require a lot of effort and work to get your home back to the way it was before the fire. While going through your home after a fire can be as...

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New Year’s Resolution: Prepare for Weather Events

During 2018, Utah experienced many wildfires that threatened people and structures. While the immediate fire danger is now over, it doesn’t mean that the effects of the disaster won’t have an impact in the future. Damage caused by these wildfires could create...

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What to Consider When Building a Storm Shelter

If you live in a part of the country that is prone to tornado or hurricane damage, a storm shelter can help ensure your safety during a disaster and give you peace of mind even when there are no storms brewing. Storm shelters come in various types and sizes. The one...

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Decorate Smartly to Avoid Holiday Catastrophes

One of the best parts of the holiday season is decorating your home and office with brightly-colored ornaments, twinkling holiday lights, and shimmering tinsel. You can even bring in evergreen trees to enliven a corner of the room and fill the air with an inviting...

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