Winter Pipes

Winter-Proof Your Home’s Water System

Every year, it seems like the cold weather sneaks up on us out of nowhere. One minute we’re enjoying the autumnal sunshine and the next we’re looking up the price of a flight to the tropics to escape the suddenly…

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storm surge hitting lighthouse

How Are Hurricanes Categorized?

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has predicted that the 2021 hurricane season will be above average in both number of storms, as well as damage done again, with a forecast of 15-21 named storms. The average number of…

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boardwalk by lake

Summer Water Conservation: 6 Smart Tips

Water is an essential part of life, our health and the environment around us. With warm temperatures, we all like to stay cool whether it’s going for a swim or enjoying a cold beverage. But, the average person uses more…

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Lifebuoy floating in swimming pool on sunny day.

May Is National Water Safety Month

May is the month that ushers in summer. With warmer weather comes swimming, fishing, playing in the sprinkler, and all sorts of other water-based activities. That makes May the perfect month for National Water Safety Month. Water safety is a…

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