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In an emergency, every second counts. Nobody wants to think about the worst case scenario, but being aware of potential emergencies and preparing in advance for them could save the lives of you and your family.

Do not sign with the first company that comes knocking at your door offering to repair your roof, but seek out a qualified, reliable contractor, says Lindus. (Justin R. of Indianapolis)
Roofing RepairsHomeowners and Renters InsuranceStorm Preparedness
Filing a homeowner’s insurance claim due to hail damage can be a stressful ordeal. One highly rated contractor explains the dos and don'ts of the process.
Before, during and after your project, don't hesitate to ask your contractor questions, says DeLancy. (Photo by Jennica Abrams)
Water and Smoke DamageStorm Preparedness
When water damage, wind or hail strikes, being prepared can save time and ensure quality home repairs. Follow 5 steps for dealing with damage in an emergency.
To install a storm shelter, a hole is typically dug in the ground and a steel box with bench seating and steel doors is dropped in and the surrounding area is filled with concrete, leaving those inside completely below ground. (Photo by Nick Oxford)
Storm DoorsStorm PreparednessStorm Windows
Ernst Kiesling of the National Storm Shelter Association talks about the importance of underground storm shelters and provides installation tips.
A broken pipe is a headache on any day. If it happens on a major holiday, who is available for repairs? (Photo courtesy of Angie's List member James T., of Abilene, Texas)
Storm PreparednessCommon Plumbing ProblemsHVAC Maintenance
If you have a household emergency during Christmas or any major holiday, follow the advice of these highly rated contractors to get you through the crisis.