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Protecting Your Georgia Home from Common Winter Issues

As Georgia homeowners, we’re accustomed to the charm and beauty of our state. However, during these wet and rainy winter months, our homes face specific challenges that require our attention. Understanding and preparing for these common issues can save time, money, and ensure the longevity and comfort of our homes.  Taking proactive steps to address …

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Protecting Your Georgia Home During an El Niño Winter

El Niño, a climate phenomenon resulting from warm oceanic waters in the central and eastern Pacific, influences weather patterns globally. In the greater Atlanta area, El Niño winters can bring distinct weather changes. Georgia homeowners and property managers should take preemptive actions to protect their properties from potential damage caused by fire, mold, and water.  …

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Preparing Your Georgia Home for Fall and Winter: A Guide to Avoid Mold, Fire, and Water Damage

As the leaves begin to change colors and the air turns crisp, fall and winter bring their own set of challenges for Georgia homeowners. While our state may not experience the extreme winter weather seen in other parts of the country, it’s essential to be proactive and prepare your home for the colder months. Here …

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Get Your Home Ready for Fall

While Atlanta winters may be milder than those experienced “up north,” it is still important to do some routine maintenance around your home to prepare for the cooler temperatures. Some of these tasks will also help prevent water damage, fires, and mold growth as well. From top to bottom, here’s what we recommend.  Trim Tree …

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Do Not Become a Victim of a House Fire!

According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), US fire departments respond to an estimated 346,800 home fires per year which cause an average of 2,620 deaths, 11,070 fire injuries and $7.3 billion in direct property damage. Additionally, the instances of house fires increase during the winter with the greater use of space heaters and …

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Prepare Atlanta Home for Winter

Winter is Coming…It’s Time to Get Ready for It

related issues that can arise, but it can also save on your utility bills and help you protect what is most likely your largest personal investment too. 
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