Preparedness Tips

What Would You do if Your Business Flooded?

POSTED ON: July 2, 2019
Flooding, whether it occurs as a flash or from a slow buildup, is a common occurrence in many parts of the country. If you’re wondering how to prepare your business for a flood, this week’s blog post highlights some key steps you should consider in your flood disaster planning. Flood Pla... Read More

Getting Organizational Hurricane Preparation on Track: 5 Essentials

POSTED ON: June 17, 2019
When a large business or organization has a location or multiple locations in the path of a hurricane there is a lot at stake. Employee and guest safety. The ability to make sales or support customers. Employee livelihoods. And much more. That’s why it’s so important for large organizations to h... Read More

Preparing Your Hospital for an Earthquake: Three Things to Remember

POSTED ON: June 3, 2019
The unpredictability of earthquake timing and size can be a significant challenge to hospital safety administrators and professionals. While the scale and scope of hospital damage in an earthquake is difficult to predict or manage (beyond Seismic building standards), a comprehensive Emergency Manage... Read More

After a Disaster: 10 Steps You Must Take

POSTED ON: May 20, 2019
When you have a rough day at work, it sometimes feels like your world is falling apart. When a disaster hits, parts (or all) of your business and the world around it may literally fall apart. And if you want to minimize the overall impact on ongoing business—and even stay in business for that matt... Read More

Water Damage? 3 Things You Need to Know about Drying Out

POSTED ON: May 6, 2019
After your business experiences water damage from a leaky pipe, rainstorm or flood, you naturally want to get things back to normal as soon as possible. If you’re dealing with anything other than a large incursion, you understandably may be considering handling the cleanup and drying yourself to s... Read More

Mind-blowing Tornado Facts

POSTED ON: April 29, 2019
It is no secret that tornadoes are one of nature’s most violent storms. And although nothing can be done to prevent tornadoes, there are actions property owners can take year round to protect their businesses and prevent costly property damage. Check it out below:... Read More

Hail Alert: You May Have Much More Than a Roof Problem

POSTED ON: April 8, 2019
Although hail storms can hit any time of year, they’re typically more frequent during spring and summer months. You may remember the Denver hail storm in 2017 where hail, ranging in size from pebbles to baseballs, rolled through the Denver metro area, extensively damaging building roofs and exteri... Read More

Ground-Shaking U.S. Earthquake Facts

POSTED ON: February 11, 2019
It’s Earthquake Awareness Month and now is the time to get prepared. Take the time to view the infographic below to discover some “Ground-Shaking U.S. Earthquake Facts” and learn about the actions businesses can take before an earthquake to prevent costly property damage.... Read More

5 Easy Tips for Preventing Frozen Pipes this Winter

POSTED ON: January 28, 2019
When temperatures are at their coldest, the last thing you want to deal with is water damage from a frozen pipe. Yet the wintry mix of cold and freezing temperatures and powerful storms means that frozen pipes and flooding are very real possibilities. Check out our vlog below and see what our top fi... Read More

Frozen Pipes, Water Damage, Roof Damage: Tips for Winter Weather Emergencies

POSTED ON: January 7, 2019
When winter temperatures are at their coldest, the last thing you want to deal with is water damage or roof damage—or both. Yet the wintery mix of cold and freezing temperatures and powerful storms means that frozen pipes as well as flooding, or even a compromised roof, are very real possibilities... Read More