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Home Structure

Mold Problems and Your Home

Mold is a serious problem, one that silently grows inside of your home and sometimes invisibly too. Mold can be found anywhere, but it becomes a problem when a food source such as dirt and moisture are both present.

Insurance

Your Homeowners Insurance Following a Natural Disaster

Maybe you dodged a bullet with the latest natural disaster. Or, perhaps, you had to file a claim and are still handling repairs.

Home Safety

Home Safety Tips for Accident Prevention

Our homes are our refuge from the world, familiar places that offer comfort, solitude and respite. But, there are dangers lurking where we spend our most time, with household chemicals, fire and even our beloved pets presenting possible hazards if we’re not careful.

Home Interior

FEMA and Your Flood Damaged Home

If you live in a flood zone, the Federal Emergency Management Agency or FEMA will have a lot to say about your being able to rebuild your home following a catastrophic flood.

Home Safety

Should You Invest in a Storm Shelter?

Tweet Winds topped out at 210 mph, strong enough to sweep brick homes off of foundations.1 Hackelburg Tornado Rated an EF-5, the Hackleburg Tornado was one of the most destructive