Extreme Weather

Prepare Your Home for Summer

Preparing Your Home for Summer Heat

03.30.23 Summer weather can be a double-edged sword, providing ample opportunity to enjoy the outdoors and engage in various activities. However, if you live in a state like Texas, the extreme heat can lead to some sweaty situations and increased energy bills. These high temperatures put a significant strain on air conditioning units as homeowners struggle… View Article Read More
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Texas 2023 Summer Forecast

03.30.23 Texas: Where everything is bigger (and hotter.) From sweltering summers that can cause uncomfortable periods of dryness and drought to the potential for thunderstorms and hurricanes that can lead to flooding, the Lone Star State is known for its extreme weather. But nothing compares to the blistering heat that can turn even the toughest cowboy… View Article Read More
How to Prepare for Extreme Flooding

How to Prepare for Extreme Flooding

03.02.23 Flooding can be a devastating natural disaster, causing damage to homes, businesses, and infrastructure. Extreme flooding, in particular, can be especially dangerous and challenging to prepare for. However, with some preparation and planning, you can increase your chances of staying safe and minimizing damage to your property. Here are some ways that you and your… View Article Read More
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Is the Grid Prepared for Winter?

02.03.23 If you’ve lived in the United States over the past few years, there’s a good chance that you heard about the devastating blackouts in Texas during the winter of 2021. Catastrophic and deadly blackouts occurred in February 2021, leaving millions of Texans without power for days in sub-freezing temperatures. This event raised serious concern about… View Article Read More
How to Prepare for Winter Storms

How to Prepare for Winter Storms

11.04.22 According to the National Weather Service, 18 winter storms froze the United States in the 2021-2022 snowy season. It started with the Intermountain West to Northern Plains Winter Storm, from October 13 to 14, and ended with the Northern Rockies and Plains Winter Storm from April 24 to 25. However, for Texas residents, the most… View Article Read More
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How to Prepare for a Hurricane

08.11.22 Hurricanes cause billions of dollars in damage each year, which doesn’t even account for the emotional toll. Lives are lost, homes are destroyed, and whole economies can be waylaid for months or even years as the slow process of cleanup and repair drags on. Preparing for these extreme weather events is more than just a… View Article Read More