Is your home on a sinkhole? Here are some of the signs to look for, as well as the steps to take if it is.
Here's a four-step approach to protecting your home and family from a landslide or mudslide.
Losing power during freezing temperatures can seem like a worst-case scenario, but it's completely survivable. Here are some steps to take -- and avoid -- to make it through a winter power outage.
Lack of spring rain can put your town on fire alert. See how you can do your part to lower the risk.
Be aware of the health hazards in the landscape. Hazards exist when using machinery, using tools and using pesticides.
Every homeowner should know how to turn off the water, electrical and gas utility systems for the home in the event of an emergency.
Accidents can be devastating in terms of loss of human life, injuries and mental anguish. Not only do you need to protect the physical health of your family, you need to protect its financial well-being.
Windows are for safe ventilation and light, but they are also for escape in case of emergency.
Quickly changing weather demands careful attention. Keep your family safe by staying tuned to NOAA weather radio—it provides critical life-saving weather information when placed properly in your home.
Pets need to be included in your family's disaster planning since they depend on you for their safety and well-being. It is important to consider and prepare for your pets before disaster strikes.