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Purchasing a generator that is strong enough for your purposes is a critical step toward securing your business for an emergency situation. Whether you are only interested in a small … Continue reading
Update October 11, 8:00 AM EDT Hurricane Matthew is gone, but the damage left in it’s wake is still affecting residents in five states. Utility crews work to restore power … Continue reading
Update: 1 September 2016 2:00 PM Eastern: The National Hurricane Center has extended the Hurricane Warnings and Tropical Storm Warnings much further along the coast. The storm surge forecast has … Continue reading
Beginning on August 11 through the 14, as much as 32 inches of rain fell on parts of southern Louisiana. Flood water rose quickly and forced tens of thousands of … Continue reading
When Briggs & Stratton began offering a 5-5-5 warranty on their home standby generators, everyone cheered. That warranty covers parts for five years, labor for five years, and travel for … Continue reading
Tropical Storm Colin began as a low pressure system that formed in the western Caribbean Sea, moved over the Yucatan Peninsula to the Gulf of Mexico where it took aim … Continue reading
Most of us spend our entire lives preparing for something. It seems we’re never quite ready for the next big thing. Even vacations need preparation. Unfortunately, many of us put … Continue reading
Hurricanes and tropical storms differ from other types of natural disasters in that we often have advance warning of their approach. Forecasters can predict the weather conditions that make tornadoes … Continue reading
The official start of the Atlantic Hurricane Season is June 1, but as we’ve already seen this year with Hurricane Alex which formed in January, hurricanes and tropical cyclones can … Continue reading
Flooding is a common, annual occurrence throughout the United States and few places are entirely immune. Tropical Storms and hurricanes can inundate an area with many inches of rain and … Continue reading