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“Post Graduate” Fire Prevention Tips for Homeowners

Fire Prevention Tips for Homeowners One of the most traumatic things that can happen to a home or business owner is a fire unless you live in hurricane territory.  Witness what just happened in SW Florida.  In either case, people can be out of their houses and commercial buildings for a lengthy time. Meanwhile, things […]

You’ve Had a Home Fire.  Now, What Happens?

You’ve Had a Home Fire.  Now, What Happens? You’ve suffered a home fire.  Hopefully, no one was hurt.  You wonder why this happened to your family and then recall the advice you gave a friend who also suffered a fire: “Stuff can be replaced but lives cannot.”  You’re thankful because it could have been worse. […]

July 2022: Contents Restoration

Contents Restoration: Will Your Possessions Survive a Fire or Major Water Loss? It might be something you have never thought about before, maybe because we all think it won’t happen to us. Imagine what would happen to your acquired possessions if you suffered a fire or major water loss? We call them “contents” in the […]

May: Underinsurance

Coverage Gaps & Underinsurance A Restoration Company’s Observation?  Many Policyholders Are Underinsured or Have No Coverage! Do I have enough insurance coverage? This is a question many people should be asking. Here’s a statistic that may shock you:  About 60% of all homes in the U.S. are underinsured—by an average of 20%—according to a report […]

April: DIY

DIY Home Damage; Yes or No? Some things are better left to the professionals. ‘Do It Yourselfers’ have been in full gear since the pandemic has hit. Tackling projects like painting your home, updating old lighting fixtures, and changing up your landscaping are all achievable DIY projects that will save homeowners a lot of money […]

March: Top Spring Advice

How to Prepare your House for Spring! After a cold and long winter, the first day of spring, March 20th, is long-awaited by most of Minnesota’s residents. With the longer days and chirping birds, the rising temperatures of spring start to melt our seasonal white groundcover creating an excess of water. There are a few […]

February: Ice Dams

How To Prevent Ice Dams In Minnesota Living in a state like Minnesota ensures that we see our fair share of snow for at least part of the year. Whether you are a fan of the winter season or not, snow can really wreak havoc on our homes, specifically our roofs.