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September is National Preparedness Month sponsored by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). This year’s NPM theme – “Disasters Don’t Plan Ahead. You Can.” – focuses on planning for emergencies such as fires, flooding, power outages, and earthquakes. Aside from the natural disasters there are other disasters on a more local nature that we can

  Extravagant public displays have become more common in recent years and we have plenty to choose from here on Colorado’s front range. Here is a list of all the local celebrations we could find and links to all the details.  Many of these civic celebrations have activities going all day.     Monday, July

We all have mold in the home.  Sometimes it is active and growing.  Some times it’s only the mold spores in the air.  Water damage, a dishwasher leak, water heater failure, a flooded basement, all can cause mold growth but the mold spores were there before the water damage.  Check out or Mold remediation page on our PuroClean Disaster Response

Radon is an odorless, tasteless and colorless radioactive gas that is found in the soil. It is a natural by product of radioactive decay and is relatively harmless outdoors due to the low concentrations. It can enter homes through cracks in the foundation, unsealed crawl spaces or other holes in the foundation. In the home

Winter is coming, this past weeks weather is proof of that. Winter is coming. I know a lot of us enjoy winter and some don’t. However you feel about the coming season, winter in Colorado is pretty stunning. There is nothing like one of those cold mornings with a new blanket of snow under frost