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Finding Ways to Lower Summer Utility Bills
Posted 07/20/17
Summer is a favorite time of year for many people. Of course, the warmer the weather gets, the higher our summer utility bills seem to climb. Thankfully, lowering your utility bills doesn’t have to mean investing in solar panels, or...
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Top 3 Safety Tips in Storing Propane Tanks
Posted 07/18/17
Did you know propane is an American made resource? Popular for being a clean natural energy resource, propane comes in a gas or liquid form. Propane is easy to use and affordable to heat and cool homes, heat water, heat...
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Extra Safety During Flood Alerts
Posted 07/10/17
Floods are one of the most powerful and devastating natural disasters that can occur. While some areas are more prone to floods than others, the fact is that almost anywhere there can be rain, there can also be a flood....
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Does Your Workplace Have An Evacuation Plan?
Posted 06/28/17
It’s rare for someone to anticipate a disaster or an emergency. That being said, both things can strike at any moment. It’s not just at home where these dangers lurk. It’s also in our workplace environment. Disasters and emergencies don’t...
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Fire Pit Safety
Posted 06/12/17
They’re lovely to look at and provide warmth in the evening chill, yet fire pits can be more dangerous than many of us realize. Let’s start with the obvious. Never place your fire pit closer than 10 feet from your...
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  • Finding Ways to Lower Summer Utility Bills

    Summer is a favorite time of year for many people. Of course, the warmer the weather gets, the higher our summer utility bills seem to climb. Thankfully, lowering your utility bills doesn’t have to mean investing in solar panels, or even suffering until the change of seasons. With just a few minor adjustments, you can

    Read More

  • Top 3 Safety Tips in Storing Propane Tanks

    Did you know propane is an American made resource? Popular for being a clean natural energy resource, propane comes in a gas or liquid form. Propane is easy to use and affordable to heat and cool homes, heat water, heat appliances, barbecue food on the grill, cook food on the stove and also to provide

    Read More

  • Extra Safety During Flood Alerts

    Floods are one of the most powerful and devastating natural disasters that can occur. While some areas are more prone to floods than others, the fact is that almost anywhere there can be rain, there can also be a flood. Serious floods can range from large and foreboding to smaller flash floods. No matter what

    Read More

  • Does Your Workplace Have An Evacuation Plan?

    It’s rare for someone to anticipate a disaster or an emergency. That being said, both things can strike at any moment. It’s not just at home where these dangers lurk. It’s also in our workplace environment. Disasters and emergencies don’t have a history of striking when it’s convenient, so in addition to any plans you

    Read More

  • Fire Pit Safety

    They’re lovely to look at and provide warmth in the evening chill, yet fire pits can be more dangerous than many of us realize. Let’s start with the obvious. Never place your fire pit closer than 10 feet from your home and overhanging trees, and even farther away if possible. Avoid the temptation to use

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