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John L

Definitely going to be printing this off and putting it in my parents home.

Diane Blackburn

This is very thoughtful. Preparing for the worst is one of the most important things people forget at times. This poster reminds me of my parents, and my responsibility to keep them safe. Although restoration is a big help in times of flood and fires, prevention is still the best medicine for such.

Carlene Maysonet

I like what Diane said. Yes, restoration will help you with the unexpected accidents in your home, but, prevention is the best! Though we all know that sometimes, such things are just unavoidable, people must be prepared in case incidents, like fires, happen, so that you can protect both your family, and your properties as well.

Uus Afini, ST

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