Time to shake free of historically misguided beliefs.
Ski season beckons with hundreds of the best ski resorts in the U.S. for the advanced and novice alike. Seeking airborne thrills on the slopes? Or maybe just a leisurely run down the trails capped off with a romantic fireside dinner?
This list of ski areas can help you decide where to spend your next ski trip.
Wachusett Mountain, Massachusetts
Located in Worcester County, Massachusetts, this ski resort caters to first-time skiers with a beginner’s package that includes equipment rental, lessons and lower mountain lift tickets. Guests can also enjoy the newly designated beginners’ area, where they can learn the ins and outs of skiing from specially trained instructors.
Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Wyoming
Ready to test your skills? Head to Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in Teton Village, Wyoming. The famed Corbet’s Couloir, often referred to as North America’s scariest slope, begins with a drop that will have you … Read more
Would you believe that more than 50 percent of your web traffic might be from bots, scrapers, hacking tools and scammers? You’ve probably received an email in your inbox with cybersecurity tips and brushed it aside. Maybe you’ve heard stories of websites being hacked, never thinking you could be a target. The sad truth is that hackers and scammers don’t attack websites for personal reasons.
With that in mind, how do you protect your small business website from lurking hackers? These cybersecurity tips for small businesses can help.
5 cybersecurity tips for your small business website
As a small business owner, you are an expert on your products and services. No one expects that you’re a master of web security, which is why small business websites are particularly vulnerable to an attack.
Whether you’re a dog walker, an HVAC … Read more
The safety of a home largely depends on the materials it is made of — high-quality materials can help protect you and your loved ones from whatever weather comes your way.
What is a FORTIFIED home?
The FORTIFIED Home program, also known as IBHS FORTIFIED, uses retrofit techniques to strengthen new and existing homes, making them more resistant to hurricanes and other severe weather as shown in the video below.
This program includes an intensive inspection by an independent, third-party, certified evaluator who puts together a comprehensive evaluation report once the inspection is complete. The report contains verified information regarding your home’s current disaster resistance, materials and methods used during construction. This type of information is not generally made available for homes that are not fortified.
Conventional Roof vs FORTIFIED Roof
Making sure a home meets FORTIFIED standards begins with the roof—the most important and most vulnerable part of … Read more