There is a lot to do in our area during the summer. While Disney is an obvious choice, there are so many other activities that you can do to make the rest of your summer memorable. Movies with the Kids Theatres in our area offer kids movies of every kind on various days. From…
Forget Disney World – try something new this summer! Everyone knows Orlando is home to Disney’s most popular theme park, but while your kids are out for the summer, take them somewhere different in Orlando. These trips are short and perfect for weekends. Kennedy Space Center TourLearn more about NASA and space with this interactive…
The 2016 Atlantic hurricane season is upon us. While some are expecting this hurricane season to be the most active season in the past three years, others are expecting it to be near normal this year. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration predicts a 70 percent likelihood of 10 to 16 named storms. Either way, we feel it’s always better to play it safe.
A change in the color of your drinking water will cause most anyone to take notice.
When the color of your water changes you’re left wondering whether or not your water is safe and what is causing the sudden change in color.
We’re here to help. These are the most common reasons why your water is abnormally colored:
How much do you know about the water that you and your family consume on a daily basis? The answer we hear most often is “not much.” Families across Florida are not only looking for better tasting water, but also cleaner water.
Preparation is key to minimizing impact to your family and your home. NOAA has published Hurricane Preparedness guidance to follow as you prepare for the season. We have also compiled the following tips to help.