Archive | August, 2012

Hurricane Preparation Tips

Fortunately, hurricanes are not generally a concern here in Orange County, but we are very concerned for our fellow Americans over on the Gulf Coast. This will be the first time the new levees and flood gates in Louisiana have been tested since Katrina. The amount of damage a hurricane causes depends on several keys […]

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Indoor/Outdoor Safety Tips for Lightning Storms

This week Northern California firefighters are working hard to contain several fires caused by over 900 lightning strikes last weekend. Yes, you read that right—900. In fact, lightning strikes and fires caused by them occur most often in the summer months. (more…)

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Medical Oxygen Tanks and House Fires

As you all know, we are in the business of cleaning up after Orange County fires and water damage, both residential and commercial. But that doesn’t mean that we want anyone to experience a fire or flood in their house or business, and we certainly don’t want anyone to get hurt. Which is why we […]

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What NOT to Do in an Earthquake

Most of us Orange County residents know exactly what to do in the event of an earthquake, especially if we grew up here. Do you remember the earthquake drills in elementary school, teaching you to get under your desk and cover the back of your neck with your hands? Second only in popularity to the […]

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Mold in Nursing Homes and Assisted Living Facilities

It’s never a happy time in anyone’s life when they realize it’s time to find a nursing home or assisted-living facility for their parent or loved one. There is so much emotion involved with the decision, and then the guilt that the family member won’t get the best care when in a facility. But sometimes […]

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