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Fast and Furious Tornadoes – Best Steps Now and Then
Posted 11/5/18
Most of the world’s tornadoes rampage across the central United States in what’s known as Tornado Alley, stretching from west Texas to North Dakota. In an average year, more than 200 tornadoes touch down across this unique flat topography that...
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How North Carolina Suffered but Survived During Florence
Posted 11/5/18
Hurricane Florence struck North Carolina as a deceptively destructive category one storm on September 14, 2018. Crashing ashore near coastal Wilmington, the tempest lingered across the state for days. Towns submerged beneath high storm surges and epic rainfall measured not...
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Water Heater Maintenance Will Prolong Useful Life
Posted 10/15/18
Vince’s vacation bliss lasted almost 10 minutes after he returned home. Then he went downstairs and discovered his basement soaking in two inches of water from a water heater leak. The bill for fixing carpet, drywall and a pool table?...
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Trust Your Instincts When Selecting A Restoration Company
Posted 10/15/18
Denial, shock, anger, anxiety, sadness, fear – a range of strong emotions surge through people as they survey ruined property following a disaster. They all share one particular need: to repair the damage now and return their lives to normal...
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  • Understanding Winter Storm Warnings, Watches and Advisories

    In our beautiful state of Michigan, we are use to dealing with a wide range of winter weather. From freezing rain to snow and wind storms, Michigan has the ability to throw a lot of weather at it’s residents. That is why so many of our elderly population like to travel south for the winter

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  • Fast and Furious Tornadoes – Best Steps Now and Then

    Most of the world’s tornadoes rampage across the central United States in what’s known as Tornado Alley, stretching from west Texas to North Dakota. In an average year, more than 200 tornadoes touch down across this unique flat topography that violently introduces cool dry air from Canada to warm moist air from the Gulf of

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  • How North Carolina Suffered but Survived During Florence

    Hurricane Florence struck North Carolina as a deceptively destructive category one storm on September 14, 2018. Crashing ashore near coastal Wilmington, the tempest lingered across the state for days. Towns submerged beneath high storm surges and epic rainfall measured not just by the inch or foot, but by the yard. Raging flood waters swept away

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  • Water Heater Maintenance Will Prolong Useful Life

    Vince’s vacation bliss lasted almost 10 minutes after he returned home. Then he went downstairs and discovered his basement soaking in two inches of water from a water heater leak. The bill for fixing carpet, drywall and a pool table? Over $20,000. Like many homeowners, Vince installed his water heater eight years ago and promptly

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  • Trust Your Instincts When Selecting A Restoration Company

    Denial, shock, anger, anxiety, sadness, fear – a range of strong emotions surge through people as they survey ruined property following a disaster. They all share one particular need: to repair the damage now and return their lives to normal as fast as possible. But how to fix it and who will help? Disasters force

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