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Memorial Day

Please take a moment this weekend to honor all those who have served and died for our country. It is because of them that we enjoy the freedoms we have. Happy Memorial Day!

Cyber Drills - Minimize Risk

Most companies will suffer a cyberattack at some point. Making a plan and practicing for a cyber event can help minimize risk and expedite recovery.

What do to prepare for a cyber event?

  • Create a plan
  • Practice the plan to handle different types of scenarios
  • Evaluate security vendors to insure they are the right vendors
  • Identify potential gaps in your security  program

Cyber Attack Statistics 

National Small Business Week - Attend An SBA Online Conference - May 7-8

As a small businessowner, it is difficult to keep up to date with the latest topics and issues.  The SBA is offering a free online conference hosted by the US Small Business Administration and SCORE.  For today and tomorrow you can register and attend all or pick and choose the sessions you wish to attend.

Today’s topics include:

Car Care Tips

Spring is here and what better time to tackle the job of checking your car for any winter weather damage.

Here’s a few tips to help you make your car look like new and running in tip-top shape:

Contractors and Water Damage

Zurich has presented a series of innovative tools to help contractors prevent water damage on a construction site.

Water-sensing flow meters– costly water damage often occur on weekends.  Installing a flow meter onsite alerts an unusual flow of water.

Spill Carts– Assemble a spill cart with first-responder essentials for a leak or spill.

Happy Easter!

On behalf of all of us at CBS Coverage Group, we wish you a Happy Easter.

Spring Garden & Lawn Checklist

Gardner’s Edge has been assisting homeowners and avid gardeners since 2005. Follow their spring checklist to ensure a healthy, lush lawn and garden this season!

Whip Your Yard & Garden Beds into Shape

Your yard has probably collected some fallen limbs, leaves, and other debris over the winter months. Now is a good time to rake up any debris in your garden beds and landscaping. Cut back or remove dead plants and tackle any early pesky weeks before they get out of hand. Also aerate and till your garden soil to maximize its potential.

Flooding This Spring

Flooding is a coast-to-coast threat to parts of the United States nearly every day of the year.  The National Weather Service has created a site to help keep you safe in a flood event.

If you know what to do before, during, and after a flood can increase your chances of survival and better protect your property.

The site also provides an interactive flood map, that describes the different types of flooding and educational material.

The Service also keeps you aware of potentially flooding situations through alerts and warnings.

Spring Cleaning Checklist

Make these 15 preventative maintenance tips part of your spring cleaning to-do list this year

Change your air filters

For most people, you should change the filters in your heater and air conditioner unit once every three months. If you have bad allergies, then make it once a month instead. This is a simple step you can do yourself that helps extend the life of your air conditioner vents and heating system and will save you money in potential repairs.

March Wind

Weather has a definite impact on your home.  March typically signifies the start of destructive spring weather patterns, such as hail, tornadoes, wind, and lightning according to HVAC Investigators.  Over $2 billion in damages have been paid out by insurers.

This March has seen significant increases in catastrophic weather activity.  

What can you do to protect your home from strong winds?

According to The Weather Channel here are some quick tips:

Be aware of potential threats.

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