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Jun 22
Man with a backpack on his back facing natural disaster

How to Prepare for a Hurricane

Hurricane season is underway and many are relieved to hear that the U.S. is expected to have another quiet year. And although there has not been a major hurricane in nine years (Hurricane Katrina), it’s predicted that this hurricane drought will create a rude awakening when the next one hits. No matter their size, hurricanes are extremely destructive. And whether you live on the coast or hundreds of miles inland, you can still be […]

by Storm Guard
Jun 08
Yellow gloves, nails, and a hammer laying on top of roof shingles

How to Find the Right Roofing Contractor

Choosing a roofing contractor is no easy task, and if it’s your first time researching roofing contractors, it can seem like a scary process. Like any large investment, it takes a lot of time and effort to choose a high quality contractor that fits your budget. Where to Start When beginning the research phase in choosing the right roofing contractor, asking for referrals from friends and family members is a good place to start. […]

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May 25
House getting destroyed

If A Disaster Occurs – What Do You Do?

The most devastating storm is one that negatively affects your home and loved ones. Natural disasters are not always predictable and can come without any warning signs. You should always have a plan in place in the case of a bad storm, but after one has occurred, not everyone knows what to do. The physical destruction to your home, along with any emotional damage can leave one feeling confused and lost. To avoid panicking, […]

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Apr 27
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How to Prepare for a Tornado

Tornadoes are the most violent of all atmospheric storms. With wind speeds reaching up to 300 mph, serious damage can be done to your property and harm your loved ones. Between 2010 and 2013, approximately 48% of confirmed tornadoes touched down in April and May and were responsible for more than 85% of confirmed deaths. Tornadoes are not always predictable, so with the arrival of spring, it is important to stay ahead of the game […]

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