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Hurricane Preparedness Month

Hurricane Preparedness Month Did you know that September is Hurricane Preparedness Month? There’s several steps you can take to prepare your home or building. Hurricane season begins on May 15 Read More

Disaster Relief

How it Started In 2020 we traveled to Louisiana to do our first disaster relief job. We responded to Hurricane Laura (Category 4), which damaged the state with an 18 Read More

July Vermont Flooding

Vermont Floods On July 14, 2023 we were dispatched to Barre and Montpelier, Vermont to assess the damage caused by the floods that occurred a few days prior. We were Read More

Insurcomm Office Expansion

If you’ve been following along, it’s clear we’ve been expanding. Why? you might be wondering. This is due to many factors: a new large loss division, new service offerings and Read More

Celebrate Independence Safely

Happy Fourth of July! There’s no question, we all look forward to Fourth of July weekend! Fun, family, friends, fireworks, BBQ and usually near water. What’s not to look forward Read More

Top 10 Ways To Prepare For Winter

Winter weather is usually rough in New England. It has never been more important to prepare your residential or commercial property to prevent problems. It is better to begin your Read More

September Is National Preparedness Month

September is National Preparedness Month. The following article will provide you with the steps to take to make sure your home or business possessions are safe and secure from the Read More

Summer 2022 Top Fire Safety Tips

The summer months raise the risk of fire and the dangers that go along with fires rise. We get our share of questions, especially from homeowners, centering around fire safety. Read More

How To Prevent & Remove Ice Dams

An ice dam can develop on the roof of any home when snowy or icy conditions are present. The damage from an ice dam can be significant, but the good Read More

Environmental Cleaning and Disinfection Recommendations

The following article was initially published on the CDC Website. Please visit our cleaning and disinfection page to get in touch with us to discuss the next steps.  Background There Read More