Protecting Your New Home: What You Should Know to Make Your Home a Safe Space

Topics: Agent News

Home is supposed to be your safe haven. The one place you can escape from the troubles of the outside world and live worry-free. Unfortunately, tragedy can still strike and change everything. Fires, floods, burglary and carbon monoxide leakage are all very serious issues that effect homeowners across the country everyday. Rather than be frightened […]

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How Safe is Your Home from a Fire? Learn How to Run a Quick Fire Safety Assessment

Topics: Around The Home

A fire can rage through your home at a moment’s notice, and it can cause a significant amount of damage in a very short period of time. Damage from the flames, intense heat, smoke and soot can cause tens of thousands of dollars or more in some cases, and a severe fire event can result in a total loss for the homeowner.

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BE PREPARED, OMAHA

Topics: Omaha City, Uncategorized

The Northeast United States was crushed under three feet of snow this weekend. The storm caused downed power lines and resulted in thousands of people being without power for several days.  What do you do when the power goes out?  Having no power for several hours or days is especially dangerous in freezing temperatures.  Here […]

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Ice Dams – Beautiful But Bad

Topics: Omaha City, Uncategorized

Long, glistening icicles hanging off the roof is a sight I see every winter here in Omaha.  Although they are beautiful they are a sign that the house is improperly vented and insulated. As a buyer you should beware.  As a homeowner there are things you can do to prevent ice dams and the accompanying […]

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Omaha, Think Before You Pick Up that Snow Shovel

Topics: Community News, Property News, Uncategorized

Old Man Winter is flexing his muscles and for many of us snow shoveling is inevitable.  This may seem to be just a simple chore but consider the following from The Early Show Medical Correspondent, Dr. Emily Senay.  The average shovel when loaded with snow can weigh in at 16 pounds.  If you load the […]

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Omaha’s Cold Moon

Topics: Community News, Omaha City, Uncategorized

 Monday, December 31, we will have a full moon called The Cold Moon.  It marks the time of year when we are locked   in  frigid temperatures and long, dark nights.  Maybe you’ve noticed cold spots or drafts in your home.  Perhaps you’ve clutched your chest in horror as you read the amount of your latest […]

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Don’t Let Fire Ruin Your Holiday

Topics: Uncategorized

 Did you know that the number one cause of U.S. fire fatalities is cigarettes?  According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) cigarette fires have been the number one cause of fire fatalities for decades.  In the past 30 years cigarette fires have killed tens of thousands of people. This time of year, many people […]

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