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Emergency Preparedness

Be Prepared For Any Emergency with our Helpful Guides

Floods are the most common natural hazard in Canada, especially in low-lying lands.
If you take some simple fire safety precautions in and around your house, you can help keep you and your family safe.

If a storm does hit, we can help you find what you need to help protect your home, and to get back up and running.

If a tornado does hit, recovery after the storm may seem overwhelming but here’s where you can start.

Here are some steps you can take to make your home more energy efficient and weather-tight no matter what comes your way.

Let Us Help You Prepare

Applying Weatherstripping to Windows 

Reduce heating and cooling costs in your home by adding weatherstripping to your windows.

Install Door Weatherstripping 

Sealing drafty windows and doors with weatherstripping can reduce your annual energy costs and eliminate uncomfortable drafts in your home.

Insulating Basement Walls 

Insulating your basement walls makes the space more comfortable and helps keep upper floors warmer.

Repairing a Fence 

With some basic tools, you can make your fence look better and last longer.

Repairing a Window Screen 

Find out how you can fix a damaged window screen without having to replace the whole screen.

Winter Preparation Tips 

A few simple steps are all it takes to keep your home safe and warm this winter, including insulating and taking fire safety precautions.

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