Can Your Business Trust the Farmer’s Almanac?
As a business owner, you know the importance of trust and authority when it comes to connecting with your customers and nurturing meaningful professional relationships.
So, with regards to timeless publications, like the Farmers’ Almanac or Old Farmer’s Almanac, should you pay any attention to either relative to decisions about your commercial property?
The short answer is yes, especially when it comes to sound seasonal advice and weather predictions.
But first, what’s the difference between the two?
Published in 1792, the Old Farmer’s Almanac is published out of Lewiston, Maine, while the Farmers’ Almanac began in 1818 in Dublin, NH, with a reported shared accuracy rating between 80-85 percent.
While our SERVPRO team appreciates timeless New England traditions like either version of these almanacs, we also are committed to providing our customers with the cutting-edge tools they need to stay ahead of storm events.
That’s why we’re so pleased to present our Emergency Readiness Profile, which is a free resource that allows access in a single space to all of your commercial property’s critical contact information and shut off locations.
By all means, keep a copy of the Farmers’ Almanac or Old Farmer’s Almanac handy, but supplement your version with SERVPRO’s solution in order to stay ahead of storm damage and avoid the need for storm remediation.
Contact us to learn more about how to put the Emergency Readiness Profile to work for your commercial property!