A living room flooded

What to do after a flood

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Anyone who's been through a flood knows that recovering after this kind of disaster isn't easy. You're forced to accept that irreplaceable family treasures and memories may be gone forever, your furniture is destroyed, potentially along with your home.

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Do you know your flood risk?

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According to the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), floods are the number one natural disaster in the country. Good thing that this week is National Flood Safety Awareness Week.

Preventing home flooding during El Niño

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With this year's expected strong El Niño, it is important to consider ways we can help prevent damage to our homes and communities. El Niño this year is expected to be one of the strongest on record and will continue to rage throughout the winter. Before the storm hits, follow these five steps to help protect your home from flooding.

El Niño prep: Sandbag tips

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Whether you're a pro or a first-timer at battening down the hatches, here are 5 sandbag tips to help keep your home safe during the storm.

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