TOP CAUSES OF HOUSE FIRES

According to the NFPA (http://www.nfpa.org), there are between 350,000 and 400,000 house fires in the U.S. every year and this results in almost $8 billion in annual damages.  Those are some scary statistics especially for those of us with families to protect.  One of the best things we can do is educated ourselves and our … Continue reading

Hurricane Rena – A Threat For South Florida? – Secure Your Home

SECURE YOUR HOME The most important precaution you can take to reduce damage to your home and property is to protect the areas where wind can enter. According to recent wind technology research, it’s important to strengthen the exterior of your house so wind and debris do not tear large openings in it. You can … Continue reading

NOAA’s National Weather Center building a “Weather-Ready” Nation. | PRLog

  NOAA’s National Weather Center building a “Weather-Ready” Nation. | PRLog. According to NOAA’s website,National Weather Center is launching a comprehensive initiative to build a “Weather-ready” nation to make America safer from severe weather events, such as tornado, flooding, active hurricane seasons, and more.    NOAA is launching a comprehensive initiative to build a “Weather-ready” … Continue reading

Why hire a Public Adjuster / Insurance Adjuster?

 Why hire a Public Adjuster / Insurance Adjsuter? If you have just suffered an insurance loss, from a fire, hurricane, water damage, mold, tornado, wind theft or some other traumatic event. You may not feel confident in representing yourself and your interests before an Insurance Company. A loss to your business or residential property can … Continue reading

Before & After The Storm – Know Your Insurance Rights | PRLog

    Before & After The Storm – Know Your Insurance Rights | PRLog. The 2011 hurricane season might have started slow, but things are now quickly heating up in Atlantic and Caribbean waters, and weather experts predicted a busy season. Know your insurance rights. The Florida Association of Public Insurance Adjusters (FAPIA) advised Floridians … Continue reading

What is Mold?

Mold releases microscopic spores impossible to see with the naked eye. These airborne spores can trigger many physical reactions depending on the type of spore and quantity inhaled. Even a relatively small amount of mold spores could adversely affect infants, children, immune-compromised patients, pregnant women, individuals with existing respiratory conditions and the elderly. Of these … Continue reading