If you’re a pool owner, you probably already know about the importance of knowing how to swim or float to prevent drowning. But are you aware of the many pitfalls around pools and spas that can lead to electrical shock?
In this issue, we’ll talk about how you can make sure you and your pool guests are better protected from electrical shock and what to do if someone is shocked in your pool or spa.
There are few disasters that are more devastating to homes and businesses than fires. Of course, in the event of a fire, the first priority is to make sure that anyone in a home or business is able to escape without injury.
Once everyone is accounted for and the fire has been put out, the next most important priority is to secure the structure and begin the restoration process.
In this issue, we’ll take you through the steps of a typical fire restoration process.
Last July, an abandoned, illegal campfire sparked a Soberanes fire that scorched more than 67-square miles of Monterey County and killed one person. The campfire was about 2-feet by 2-feet and burned away from official hiking trails and campsites when it triggered the larger blaze a few miles east of Highway 1 north of Soberanes Creek Trail.
That’s just one example of the horror a campfire can cause if not done properly.
Because almost 9 out of 10 wildfires are caused by people not being careful, we’ll talk about campfires in this issue.
If your carpeting is flooded, it is possible to save it from mold – but only if you act fast.
In this issue, we’ll share tips for preventing mold growth on a wet carpet.
If your carpeting came with a 10 year wear warranty, take a look at the fine print. That’s because most wear warranties require you to have your carpet professionally cleaned every 18-24 months in order for the warra
On Tuesday, June 27, a series of at least 25 earthquakes shook Truckee, California. Is another “big one” on the way? If so, could your business survive?
In this issue, we’ll talk about steps you can take now to ensure that your business is not disrupted longer than needed if and when disaster strikes.
If you’re renting an apartment or house, it’s crucial that you have renter’s insurance. While your landlord likely already has insurance, you can bet that policy will only cover your landlord’s property – not yours.
In this issue, we’ll talk about how to get the most out of renter’s insurance.
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