• November

      12

      2018
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    6 Tips to Protect Your Home from Wildfires

    1. Clear combustible debris from around your home The first step is often the most effective, and it’s a doable project for a homeowner: clear combustible debris from around the house. This includes obvious things like dry grass, brush, stacks of firewood and debris – and some not so obvious things like a wood fence

    • November

      9

      2018
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    What can I do to protect myself and my family from outdoor smoke?

    Check local air quality reports and listen to news or health warnings for your community. Avoid physical exertion outdoors if smoke is in the air. If you have asthma or other lung diseases, make sure you follow your doctor’s directions about taking your medicines and follow your asthma management plan. Call your health care provider

    • November

      8

      2018
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    Asbestos

    EPA regulates asbestos in school buildings, public and commercial  buildings, at clean-up sites, and in certain asbestos products. EPA and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) are also responsible for regulating environmental exposure and protecting workers from asbestos exposure. Many states administer their own asbestos programs, and your home state department of environmental protection or health is

    • October

      23

      2018
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    ‘Old House Smell’: What Is It, and How Do You Get Rid of It?

    cegli/iStock Old house smell: Those three dreaded words evoke something rather frightening and repellent to most homeowners. You know what we’re talking about, right? It’s that musty odor that creeps up and greets you the instant you set foot inside an older home. What is this mysterious stench, anyway? And most importantly: Is there a way to

    • October

      15

      2018
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    Wildfire Protection for Your Home

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gtXy0RkEOCI
    • September

      19

      2018
    • 12
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    After a Hurricane – Property Damage FAQs

    After a Hurricane – Property Damage FAQs Q: I don’t have a separate “flood” policy and my home insurance company is telling me that all the hurricane damage to my home is excluded/not covered. Are they right? A: In most cases, no. Insured property owners should be getting coverage for some or all the damage caused

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