These days it seems like the weather is all over the map, so to speak. While California and the West endure rampant wildfires, places like Colorado and Missouri are dealing with severe flooding. It’s too bad we can’t get these two phenomena together to cancel each other out! Unfortunately disasters are sometimes unavoidable, but you can take precautions, and possibly minimize the effects of flood damage in San Diego. We’ve talked several times on the blog about how to take precautions against accidental and wild fires. We’ve talked about precautions to ward off accidental flooding, but we’ve never talked about what you can and should do in the case of a natural flood.
Last week was Fire Prevention Week in California. CALFIRE, the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, offered tips all week regarding preventing kitchen fires. Kitchen fires are the most common cause of residential San Diego fire damage. Cooking fires are also the leading cause of fire-related home injuries. Clean Earth Restorations gives you a synopsis of these important and smart tips:
Every day, about 10 people die of unintentional drowning in the U.S., 2 of whom are 14 years old or younger. Recently Clean Earth Restorations was given some pool safety information that we’d like to pass along to our San Diego community. Jasmine Dyoco of educatorlabs.org sent us a list of useful websites with important information about pool and spa safety. Below is a list of important things you can do to keep your family and friends safe while using your pool. Do you do all of them?
For the past month or so, Hurricanes Harvey and Irma have been wreaking havoc all throughout the Gulf Coast of the United States. Even though hurricanes may not be a real problem for Southern California, we here at Clean Earth Restoration want to take this opportunity to talk about these types of water based disasters and the steps property owners can take after the fact to rebuild their homes and businesses.