Any substance that contains cellulose makes a perfect meal for termites. Wallpaper, drywall, clothing and carpets can be vulnerable to damage by termites that infest them.
For most Australian farmers today, the sight of hail brings about worry especially during the warmer months when thunderstorms are prevalent, yet majority of them make no effort to include hail in their farm risk management plans.
The coronavirus pandemic has redefined our way of life—shut people at home to stay safe and any homeless person is believed to be posing the risk of passing on the virus.
Storm Assist has liaised with rescue services such as the SES and Australian Red Cross to provide some valuable, practical tips to help you through the recovery process as fast and effectively as possible.
Sub-standard electrical cable is a ticking time bomb for innocent households. On top of the list is a product known as
Electric vehicles (EVs) have been an irresistible reality that has taken decades to come by and with advanced technology, EVs have been designed and developed in ways that are beyond modern novelty
Today, Australians understand better what it means by high risk threats brought about by the natural disasters to households, properties, lives and communities given that fires know none and hence don’t discriminate.
A golf ball sized hailstone falls at a speed that is comparable to the same baseball being thrown from a league pitcher at nearly 100mph, according to the National Severe Storms Laboratory (NSSL).
One of the common questions homeowners often ask our crew is, “Can pea-sized hailstones damage a roof?” The answer is yes. Even the tiniest hail impact can cause a roof leak or problems that compromise the ultimate safety and value of your roof.
Regardless of the area you’re from and the weather (sunshine or bad weather all year round), solar is a viable investment for households and businesses looking to optimise the power of the sun and make money and energy savings.