IBHS Experts Available for Information and Interviews about Preparing for and Recovering from Winter Storm Nemo

IBHS’ free winter weather resources provide comprehensive guidance on reducing property damage before a storm hits, and repairing, rebuilding and recovery guidance following the storm

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Tampa, Fla. (PRWEB) February 08, 2013

WHAT:     The Insurance Institute for Business & Home Safety (IBHS) has building science experts available to speak with media about preparing for and recovering from Winter Storm Nemo.

WHO: Julie Rochman, president & CEO
Dr. Timothy Reinhold, senior vice president of research and chief engineer
Remington “Rem” Brown, senior engineering manager

HOW:    To arrange an interview with an IBHS building science expert, please contact Joseph King at (813) 675-1045 / (813) 442-2845 or jking(at)ibhs(dot)org.

IBHS’ free winter weather resources provide comprehensive guidance on reducing property damage before a storm hits, and repairing, rebuilding and recovery guidance following the storm. Specific resources include:

  •     Using Generators Safely
  •     Safe Use of Alternative Heating Sources
  •     Installing Weather Stripping and Seals
  •     Preventing Roof Collapse on Homes
  •     Preventing Frozen Pipes
  •     Preventing Ice Dams on Homes and Businesses

IBHS is a leading national expert on preparing for, and repairing and rebuilding structures after a catastrophe to make them more disaster-resistant. To arrange an interview with IBHS, contact Joseph King at 813-675-1045/813-442-2845, jking(at)ibhs(dot)org or via direct message on Twitter @jsalking.

Visit DisasterSafety.org for more information about how to make your buildings more resistant to a variety of disasters, big and small. Follow IBHS on Twitter at @DisasterSafety and on Facebook.

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About the IBHS - IBHS is an independent, nonprofit, scientific research and communications organization supported by the property insurance industry. The organization works to reduce the social and economic effects of natural disasters and other risks on residential and commercial property by conducting building science research and advocating improved construction, maintenance and preparedness practices.