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Warm and Fuzzy (Cold Wave)

Read about climate resilient strategies to help your home withstand the increasing extreme cold waves.
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Building in Marine Climate Zone

Marine climate poses many challenges and risks in the design and construction of a building. Learn what can be done in your home to reduce potential damage from climate risks such as moisture, wildfires, and earthquakes.
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Building in a Cold Climate Zone

Portions of the cold climate are subject to frequent and intense rain and snow storms, severe thunderstorms, and hail. Some areas are at high risk for tornadoes and high winds, and flooding. Learn about strategies that can reduce damage from these risks and increase safety.
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Reducing Riverine Flood Risks

Floods are the most common natural disaster in the United States. Explore main strategies that can protect your home from flooding by avoiding floodwater altogether, or by quickly recovering without water damage and mold issues.
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Building in a Mixed-Humid Climate Zone

Inform yourself about the climate risks that Mixed Humid Climate poses to your home and its occupants and read about strategies that can reduce potential damage to your home.
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