How to Know If Your Home is on a Sinkhole

When the Power Goes Out During Winter

It may be nice conditions for a snowy walk, but freezing temps, high winds and snow conditions can lead to wintertime power outages. Here’s how to stay safe in those situations. Losing power in the dead of winter can be panic inducing, and rightfully so. All the...
How to Know If Your Home is on a Sinkhole

No April Showers

Dry brush piles can be forest fire fuel just waiting to be burned. Be sure to keep potential sources of fuel to a minimum when the risk of forest fire is high. Everyone is talking about the weird weather. Even the most conservative diehards finally understand the...
How to Know If Your Home is on a Sinkhole

Health and Safety Hazards in the Garden

Don’t forget about personal safety in the yard while you concentrate on saving energy, time, and money. One slip or oversight can have serious consequences both immediate and in time. Fertilizers are generally safe, but insecticides and pesticides should be...
How to Know If Your Home is on a Sinkhole

Emergency Shutoffs

Call the ProsWhether a homeowner is on town water, uses natural gas, or heats with fuel oil or propane, the best source of information for shutting off any of these services in the event of an emergency is the utility company itself. “Every house is different,” says...