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FirstOnSite Supports Spirit of Newfoundland during RIMS Canada 2018 Conference

We are pleased to announce the launch of a GoFundMe campaign to help Spirit of Newfoundland, one of Newfoundland’s most renowned musical theatre and performance companies, restore their historic home, the Masonic Temple, during the industry conference in St. John’s.

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Simple Disaster Prep Rules that Commercial Clients Sometimes Forget

While Hurricane Florence has been in the news, Atlantic Canada also had to deal with tropical depression Gordon. Major storm systems are becoming more prevalent, and can bring damaging winds, large amounts of rain and floodwaters. They can severely damage property and knock out the electrical grid. What will commercial clients do if Internet and cellular phone networks also go down?

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10 Ways to Protect Your Property from Hurricane Damage

Canada’s hurricane season spans June to November. With three storms hitting hurricane status already in 2018, with warm ocean temperatures, it’s predicted September will be the most conducive to hurricane formation.

Here are 10 ways you can minimize a hurricane’s impact on your property, whether you’re a commercial property owner, property manager or homeowner. When preparing for a hurricane, it’s essential to consider all the dangerous weather conditions a hurricane can bring.

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11 Steps to Take when Fire and Smoke Damage your Property

The most common causes of fires are cooking accidents, smoking (a leading cause of both home and wild fires), heating equipment, electrical appliances, candles, children playing with fire, faulty wiring and flammable liquids. Commercial and residential property is also at risk when a nearby building catches fire and during wildfire season.

When a fire occurs, it can result in both primary and secondary damage to property.

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10 Ways to Protect Your Property against Wildfires

Wildfire Damage Protection

Summer brings wildfire season to many parts of Canada. The season generally runs from April to October, with peak activity between mid-May and August. Wildfires are a normal part of the forest ecosystem in some regions. Fire clears the forest floor of debris and opens it up to sunlight, allowing existing trees to grow stronger and healthier. Unfortunately, wildfires pose tremendous risk to communities located close to forests.

Here are 10 ways you can protect your property from a wildfire, whether you’re a commercial property owner, property manager or homeowner.

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