Tennessee’s Safest Cities from Severe Weather Damage

Between tornadoes, floods, lightning, and hail, Tennessee’s no stranger to severe weather. For example, in May 2010, 10 to 20 inches of rain fell in just two days in Middle and West Tennessee. This nonstop rainfall caused rivers – including the Cumberland River, the Duck River, the Buffalo River, the Harpeth River, and the Red River – to flood nearby cities. The flooding claimed more than 20 lives and caused $2.3 billion in property damages. Read More ›

10 Fireplace Safety Tips

During the cold winter months, there’s nothing cozier than snuggling up beside a crackling fireplace. From the warmth it gives off to the soft glow it brings to the room, hearths have long been a family gathering place and a winter staple. Read More ›