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Learn How to Keep Your Sump Pumping During a Power Outage

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Sump pumps protect your basement from water by pumping excess water from the pit to the exterior of your home. Once the water level in your pit reaches a certain height it is expelled via a pump and tube.

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How to Plan your Home's Emergency Power System

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When the power goes out in an emergency it is important to be prepared.  You never know when you will need emergency power so you should have your plan in place before the power goes out.  When trying to prepare your plan there are a few things to think about.  What will you be using to power your home?  What items in your home will need to be powered?  Are there any details you have not thought of, like time of year? Before you decide which route to go for obtaining power you should decide what household items are desirable...

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End of the Year Sales Event

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Can you believe 2018 is almost history?  A lot has happened this year within our company and within our consumers lives.  We want to celebrate all that this year has brought us, with a two-week long sale.  You read that right.  Two whole weeks of savings!

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Hurricane Preparedness Tips

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Last year we had a record hurricane season, as one of the costliest seasons on record.  There were more than a couple major hurricane’s impacting the Atlantic during last year’s season alone.  Hurricane’s Harvey, Irma, Maria, and Nate all had their names retired, in 2017, due to the high damage cost and loss of life.  You can read more about the 2017 Atlantic Hurricane season here

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How to Power your Home after a Hurricane Strikes: Part Two

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After a hurricane strikes, you will want to be very careful to avoid potentially life-threatening dangers.  Some of those dangers are likely to be around any corner, once you emerge from your shelter.  The potential dangers are hiding in flood waters, your basement, your yard, and car.  Be cautious and know the warnings and how to avoid making a life-threatening mistake during your clean up and repair efforts. 

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