Natural Disaster Safety
Protect your home & family with our safety tutorials on all things natural disaster.
Do these simple tasks before severe weather hits to help minimize or even prevent costly damage to your home
Their numbers are still small, but home battery backup systems may be the wave of the future.
Ask This Old House host Kevin O’Connor visits Underwriters Laboratories outside of Chicago to see first hand how dangerous fires can be.
This Old House host Kevin O'Connor and Jim Cantore of The Weather Channel discuss how to prepare for the next big storm and list out what severe weather supplies you’ll need.
This Old House general contractor Tom Silva shows a homeowner several ways to protect windows during a storm.
To survive the next big storm, more and more houses will need a lift. It's a smart move seen around the country—and in the Spring 2013 season of This Old House.
Here's what you should do if a storm watch or warning is issued where you live.
Floods happen. So do collapsed ceilings, trapped critters, and smoke-belching fireplaces. But with our homeowner survival tips, you'll know just what to do when trouble strikes
Insulated concrete forms—combined with flame-resistant roofing and siding—make for one safe house.
Easy, affordable things you can do to protect your home and property from storm damage.
How effective are they? Which should you buy? Here's what every homeowner needs to know.