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  • Home security deadbolt
    Accessing Your Home Security NOW Rather Than After a Break-in
    Our Story Last month my wife and I had the unfortunate surprise of having been robbed overnight.  In our case, we were lucky they mostly just stayed to the garage.  While the incident was really upset me at the time, I knew I only had myself to blame for failures in our home security.  The evening before the robbery I had taken the kids with me to the store and after pulling the car into the garage I left the garage door open so I could unload the truck.  However, with my young kids deciding to hang off my legs
  • Top Disaster Threats to Your Home
    Top Disaster Threats By Region Common Natural Disaster Threats Nuclear Threats Plus Seismic Active Areas While we constantly see in our news headlines the risk from North Korea, Iran, Pakistan, and a myriad of other potential nuclear threats, we hear very little about the disaster risk from the nuclear industry in our own backyards.  Above is a map of nuclear facilities and seismic risks in the country.  While many nuclear sites are in lower risk areas, not all are. Unfortunately, we have learned from the Fukushima plant in Japan that any combination of nuclear power and seismic activity needs to
  • Tornado Storm Shelter Supplies & Organization
    April shower brings May flowers; except in the central and southern United States, where April showers bring May TORNADOES.  When I first moved to Oklahoma, I was welcomed to the “tornado capital of the world” by my neighbors.  Needless to say, a welcome like that got me more focused on this potential threat that doesn’t exist in previous places I have lived. My wife and I agreed when buying our home in Oklahoma that we would either purchase a home with a tornado storm shelter or have one installed shortly after purchase.  Thankfully, we found a home we like with