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Disaster Preparedness Infographic

A home is usually the biggest asset for a family and that's why it pays to invest in keeping it safe, even during storms. Depending on where you live, the biggest threat could be flooding, wind, wildfire, or some combination of these natural occurrences. 

Working with our sister brands, we've put together some tips to plan ahead for natural disasters and potentially minimize damage to the home. Thanks to Benjamin Franklin Plumbing, One Hour Heating and Air Conditioning, DRYmedic, and Screenmobile for putting these ideas together with Mister Sparky! 

Take a look at the image below for tips on protecting your home. 

How to Prepare a Home for a Natural Disaster

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