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Top Reasons Why Property Floods Occur – Part 1

Floods are a natural part of almost any local ecosystem. Occasionally, rain, snowmelt, offshore weather systems will bring more water into an area than the usual drainage and river systems can handle and flooding occurs. In developed areas like cities, neighborhoods, and farmland, we take the responsibility (and the consequences) of preparing for and managing […]

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Taking a Look Back At The 2017 Hurricane Season

As the 2018 hurricane season kicks off, let’s take a look back at last year’s devastating season what it’s lingering effect could mean for this year’s season. Four Storms, Billions In Damages The 2017 Atlantic hurricane season was the costliest season on record with a damage total of at least $282.16 billion (USD) in the […]

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Never Underestimate A Hurricane

The storm will hit tomorrow. The local news projects a slow trajectory with winds under 100 miles per hour. Those accustomed to braving storms might say “Piece of cake! I’ll sleep through this one”. They might get a couple of gallons of water, throw some tape on the windows and scour the house for batteries. […]