You know why you should follow my advice? Because I know what I’m talking about, that’s why. 😉
Ermadene is one of my star pupils. Not only did she pay attention during our teleclasses, she followed through on my advice and moved her irreplaceable family photos away from a known hazard.
Best of all, Ermadene was kind enough to let me know via email how valuable my class was for her, which means I can let her tell you in her own words.
Prior to the class my precious ancestor and family photos, movies, videos and linen heirlooms were vulnerable to damage due to the way I was storing them. The class taught me how to store them all properly. This was good because two weeks ago our hot water heater flooded where some of the photos had been. Because of Sally’s classes I had moved them to a different location and they were not damaged. How is that for timing!! Thank you, Sally!!Ermadene
You, Too Can Avoid Water Damage:
- Don’t store your family treasures near a water heater.
- Don’t store your family treasures in any basement that is prone to flooding.Don’t store your family treasures under a pipe that could burst.
- Don’t store your family treasures under an attic roof that might leak or (even worse) open up dramatically and unexpectedly when something like a tree limb comes crashing through…