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Winter Storm Preparation: Safe Driving Tips

Tuesday, November 11th, 2014

#460544135 / gettyimages.com Winter is on its way and in many regions of the U.S, snow storms are pushing in. Winter storm preparation is about more than just preparing your home; it also involves getting ready for hazardous conditions on the roads. Every year thousands of people die in weather related traffic accidents, so being…

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Planning a Winter Survival Kit

Saturday, November 1st, 2014

Winter is beginning to settle in across the U.S as temperatures continue to drop and cold fronts push in, bringing winter storms and increasingly frigid weather. These storms and below freezing temperatures typically bring many towns and cities to a halt as the winter progresses. School, business, and road closures, power outages, and complications with…

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Septic Systems or Shared Sewers: Which is More Environmentally Efficient?

Monday, October 20th, 2014

Septic systems and sewers are the two systems that handle and treat black water (waste-water) and grey water (sinks, showers, dishwasher water). While you are unlikely to have a choice between the two for your home, unless your septic based neighborhood is petitioning to switch to sewer, looking at the differences in which the two…

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Understanding the Risks of Asbestos and Lead at Home

Monday, October 6th, 2014

Asbestos and lead are some of the most hazardous substances to human health. A presence of these materials in the home can lead to health problems over time with regular exposure. Identifying these environmental risks is the first step to remediating a potentially serious problem. Both asbestos and lead based paint are found in older…

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Late Summer Tornadoes: Tips for Ongoing Preparation

Tuesday, September 9th, 2014

As summer proceeds into its final month, the Midwestern U.S. is still experiencing tornadoes and severe thunderstorms. Tornado season often extends into early fall as temperatures continue to fluctuate rapidly and cold and warm air intermingle across open expanses of land. Continuing to prepare for tornadoes and remaining aware of the potential risks from these…

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