Take Action And Reduce Expensive Water Damage
Water damage has become one of the leading causes of property damage in the country, with an estimated annual cost of $2 billion. Almost half (42%) of all property claims are related to water damage, making it among the top threats to homeowners.
EMERGENCY TIPS FOR POWER OUTAGES
Most power outages are short-term, but some can last days or even weeks. Power outages are most commonly caused by damage to power lines by extreme weather conditions such as ice storms, heavy rains, sleet or high winds, but heat waves can also cause electric power systems to overload.
The Disaster Mitigation and Adaptation Fund
The Disaster Mitigation and Adaptation Fund (DMAF) is a ground-breaking initiative led by Infrastructure Canada aimed at fortifying communities across the nation against the mounting challenges of climate change.
AFTER A FLOOD: STEPS TO LIMIT MOULD GROWTH ON YOUR BUSINESS PROPERTY
Dealing with the aftermath of a flood at your commercial property can be stressful in so many ways, but it’s crucial to act fast because major problems can develop quickly if not addressed immediately.
DISASTERS WORSENING AMID THE HOUSING CRISIS
Amid a nationwide affordable housing crisis, millions of people’s homes are also being threatened by floods and wildfires. There is an urgent call to develop a national adaptation strategy in response to the increasingly severe impacts of climate change, with a comprehensive approach to address these challenges.
BBQ FIRE SAFETY TIPS
Spring and summer are prime barbecue seasons, when we like to gather with friends and family for an outdoor cookout. While grills and fire pits are a great way to cook delicious food and have fun, they can also pose fire hazards. Follow these important safety tips from the experts at ServiceMaster Restore to prevent injury or damage, and have a fun and safe BBQ season.
A Come-And-Go Summer Predicted
The Summer Solstice is finally upon us. So, what can we expect of our Canadian summer? La Niña has been the main driver of our hot summers for the past three years.