Jun 10

Protect Your Home!

Sadly, but true, this year has been a record breaker for all sorts of natural disasters.  From extreme flooding and tornadoes throughout the mid-west, violent storms in the north-east, and south, and massive fires out west.  Now more than ever, rural homeowners need to seriously consider both an emergency readiness plan, and better ways to protect their home and property in the event a natural disaster heads their way.

For the rural home owner, protecting their home and property from the effects of extreme whether, fire and flood should be at the top of the ‘to-do’ list!

One way to begin protecting yourself and your home is to survey your home and property to determine your best options for easy access to emergency supplies, quick exit strategies, structural safe areas, and establishing protective boundaries such as fire breaks, drainage systems, and retaining walls.

But where can you find a readily available resource for home, property, and personal protection?   Consider Handyman Headquarters at http://www.mylaborjob.com/find/ !

Here you will find it easy and convenient to locate just the right professional home improvement Contractor.  Someone with professional experience who is ready to help you is designing a home and property protection solution today.

Visit Handyman Headquarters national data base http://www.mylaborjob.com/find/ , or for more localized resources just click on http://www.la-laborjobs.com/handyman/.

Think about it…the landscaping around your home can be critical when it comes to fire protection.  A Handyman Headquarters landscape Contractor can advise you of the best planting selection for your environment.  Water saving, drought resistant plantings along with strategically placed hard scape materials such as decorative gravel and stone can be used to create fire breaks, and emergency access paths for firefighters should the need arise.

Another fire protection idea is to employ outdoor sprinklers and decorative water works such as pools and ponds, which can be incorporated into your homes landscaping to provide an emergency water resource for protecting your home.

Indoor fire alarm systems begin with hard-wired and battery smoke and heat detectors, but what about fire suppression? You should always have a fire extinguisher handy, but also consider the design and installation of an indoor fire sprinkler system.  Many building regulations today call for new home construction to provide these systems, but what about older homes?

At Handyman Headquarters you can locate a local Plumber who has specific expertise in the installation of indoor fire suppression systems.

Exterior drainage systems are equally important.  Having the right amount of drainage through underground piping, culvert design, and ground elevation is critical in preventing your home from ground water swells due to extensive rains, or flooding.  Here too a professional with the experience and expertise to design and install a proper drainage system for your home;  from the rain gutters and downspouts, to the sump pump drainage in your basement ,can be easily located at Handyman Headquarters.

Together you and your Handyman Headquarters Contractor can design and install a safe and sensible home, property, and personal protection safety plan.  Don’t wait until a natural disaster heads your way.  Contact Handyman Headquarters http://www.la-laborjobs.com/handyman/ .  You will so glad you did!



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