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Lightning and resulting fires account for more than one-quarter billion dollars in property damage every year. If you live in a lightning-prone area, here are some tips to help reduce the likelihood of loss or damage to your property:
A number of specialty firms in your area can help you to design a protective system to safeguard your home. Any system you choose should be in accordance with guidelines set forth by groups such as Underwriters Laboratories (UL) and the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and may include:
Your chances of getting struck by lightning during a thunderstorm are extremely small. Nevertheless, these precautions can reduce your risk even further:
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