HEALTHY, WEALTHY & WISE JUNE 2022

Even though our kids are finally out of school for the summer, we are always aware of the
importance of a good education. The school doesn’t just teach facts and figures. You learn skills that allow you to accomplish many basic tasks. Math, reading, problem-solving, and learning to work with others are skills that most of us learned in school.

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HEALTHY, WEALTHY & WISE MAY 2022

Electricity is an important part of our lives. It’s not until we lose power that we realize how much we rely on electricity. From lighting the way once darkness falls to keeping our perishables fresh for our consumption, electricity is there for us when we’re charging our phones, typing on our computers, watching the news, and washing our clothing.

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HEALTHY, WEALTHY & WISE MARCH 2022

If your home or business is affected by fire, flood, storm, or biological contamination, your first instinct may be to minimize the damage. This is understandable since so much of your life is tied up in the places you live and work. However, this natural reaction could prove costly or even deadly.

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HEALTHY, WEALTHY & WISE FEBRUARY 2022

Water intrusion into your home or business can quickly cause significant damage from water absorption into structural materials, furnishings, cabinetry and woodwork. Act fast and call ServiceFirst Restoration if your home or business should suffer a water intrusion. Waiting only increases the severity of the damage and expense.

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HEALTHY, WEALTHY & WISE DECEMBER 2021

Humidity… What is it? Basically, humidity is a measure of the amount of water vapor present in the air. Most people are familiar with the term, “relative humidity”. Often used by meteorologists, relative humidity is the amount of water vapor present in the air compared, or relative to, the maximum amount of water vapor the air could hold.

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HEALTHY, WEALTHY & WISE SEPTEMBER 2021

The leading cause of house fires is cooking; grease fires, oven fires or simply leaving a pot unattended on a stove. Most of us can recall leaving something on the stove and being distracted. If you ever find you have a fire in a pan, do not attempt to move it. Cut off the supply of air to the fire by putting a metal lid on top of it if possible, and turn off the burner. If the fire is in an oven, turn off the oven and leave it closed.

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HEALTHY, WEALTHY AND WISE AUGUST 2021

When water intrudes into your home or business, every minute that ticks by increases the chance of
property damage and mold growth. Your #1 priority is to get the building and contents dry as quickly as possible. It seems simple, but structural drying requires training, knowledge of construction, and the careful application of drying science.

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HEALTHY, WEALTHY AND WISE JULY 2021

The Fourth of July is one of the busiest days of the year for house fires. Sure, it’s a celebration and, yes,
fireworks are traditional and they can be used safely. Nonetheless, nearly 20,000 fires annually are blamed on fireworks, according to the National Fire Protection Association. Even the most common fireworks, such as a sparkler, can start a fire.

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