4 Steps to Help Prevent a Roof Snow Disaster This Winter

It’s January in Iowa, which means the unwelcome return of Iowans’ least favorite winter curse word: Snow.  Unless you’re a seven-year-old going 50 mph down a sled hill, a 4-year-old trying to bring Olaf the Snowman to life, or training to make the U.S. Snowboarding Team for the 2022 Winter Olympics in China, we’re betting […]

Thanksgiving Cooking Tips to Prevent a House Fire Disaster

Every Thanksgiving is festive until the turkey catches on fire. Nothing instantly spoils America’s favorite day of giving thanks, enjoying family and dining like a scorched bird that decides to torch your house. Thanksgiving is America’s worst day for house fires by far, according to the National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA). The NFPA’s U.S. Home […]

‘Grim’ Iowa Spring Flooding Forecast Has Homeowners On Edge

In what may unfortunately seem like wet déjà vu all over again, apprehensive Iowa homeowners are again bracing for potentially severe flooding this spring. In a word, the National Weather Service calls Iowa’s spring flooding forecast “grim.” The NWS is predicting a strong threat for potentially serious flooding in eastern Iowa. From the Mississippi River […]

Iowa’s Forecast Calling For Elevated Spring Flood Risk

Don’t Sit On Buying Flood Insurance For Your Home, the NWS Warns An optimist would see Iowa’s chances of enduring major flooding this spring as a glass half empty. The Good Lord willing, the Hawkeye State’s creeks and rivers won’t rise too mightily this spring. But the National Weather Service and weather experts are warning […]

Easy Secrets To Keeping A Healthy Home Water Pipeline

In the fine print of most every homeowners insurance policy are these potentially terrifying and expensive words: “Policy does not cover water damage caused by maintenance problems.” While accidental water issues like burst pipes are covered, neglected pipes will be left out in the non-covered code in case of a winter home water damage disaster. […]

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