If you’ve watched coverage of the recent hurricanes and the weather damage people have experienced to their homes, you might be wondering how you can help. No matter where you live, you can get involved with the hurricane relief process. Here are five ways you can make a difference for people whose homes and businesses have been directly affected by storm damage.
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October 13th is Home Fire Drill Day. According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA,) a home fire that may require the services of a fire restoration company happens every 86 seconds. If the smoke alarms went off in your house, would your kids know what to do? Even if you’ve talked about it in the past, kids need practice to reinforce things they’ve learned. Having fire drills at home (just like they do at school) on a regular basis will ensure that your kids will be calm, rehearsed and ready if that alarm starts to sound.
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Ah … the four seasons of the Midwest–spring, summer, winter and football. If football season is your personal favorite, you’re probably already thinking about the most important aspect of the game–tailgating. But before you fumble your food, sack your snacks, or commit any other tailgating party fouls, check out these tailgating safety tips and tricks.
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