3 Crucial Steps to Take After a House Fire

After a house fire, it is normal to feel physically and emotionally drained. Not only have you escaped a life-threatening situation but you may have also lost many personal items that held financial and emotional value. While you cannot always prevent a fire, you can prepare for one by knowing what to do. Here are a few crucial steps to take after a house fire. Inspect It is important to remember you should never enter your home after a fire unless you have been granted permission by emergency personnel. Read More 

Three Tips to Save Your Small Business After a Fire

A fire can devastate your small business if it hits key areas like your inventory, documents, or electronic devices. If you have unfortunately had to deal with a fire recently, you are likely interested in doing whatever you can to get back up to full speed as soon as possible. It's important to keep a level head though as you move forward and consider your options. Here are a few tips to keep in mind immediately after your small business is damaged by a fire. Read More 

5 Truck Components That Towing A Trailer Puts Stress On

While towing a trailer may put a lot of stress on your truck, it may be a necessary part of accomplishing everyday work tasks for your commercial ventures. By being aware of which vehicle systems towing a trailer will put stress on, you can keep these systems properly maintained to avoid malfunctions, safety hazards, and inefficiencies. The following are five major truck components that you need to take special care to maintain if towing a trailer is an important part of operations for your company. Read More 

Roof Damage & Filing An Insurance Claim

Are there soggy areas in the ceilings of your house that leaks water when it rains outside? Have you also noticed that exterior air gets into your house via the roof? The problems that your roof has is placing the safety of everyone in your house at risk, as it can cave-in and cause serious injuries. You must be prepared for the possibility of your roof having to be replaced, but your home insurance provider might cover the expenses if it is in your policy. Read More 

Does Your Crawl Space Make You Cringe? What Every Homeowner Should Know

With frequent news headlines about finding bodies buried in them, as well as assorted other horrors, the crawl space of the average home has gotten somewhat of a bad rap. Even if no criminal activity has been associated with your crawl space, you may still try to avoid going there, especially if it is always wet or filled with mold, mildew, and an assortment of really scary spiders and bugs. Read More