It is a dangerous world out there. This year alone, tornadoes cropped up for the first time in places like New York and Illinois. Widespread drought all over the country has caused wild fires. Torrential rain has even caused mud slides to occur. Earthquakes have devastated parts of California, but did you know that they have also been detected in rural areas of Texas and New Mexico? Not to mention tidal waves, hurricanes and even damaging thunder storms, have caused the president to declare a state of national emergency more than once in the past five years. How are you going to protect you and your family if a disaster like this happens in your area? The only answer is disaster preparedness training.
If you have never had to deal with fire damage you should count your blessings. However, if you have ever been the victim of a fire (even a small one) you know how devastating the experience can be. There will be damage caused by both the smoke and fire to deal with. It is difficult to come to terms with what has happened. It is even more difficult to deal with the damage you are faced with. You will be faced with many questions including what should you do next, who should you call, and can anyone help you?