10 Chimney Safety Tips to Stay Safe and Warm
According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (USCPSC), an average of 17,600 chimney fires occurred annually in the United States between 2015 and 2017.
10 Warning Signs Your Home Might Need Rewiring
Each year in the United States, arcing faults are responsible for starting more than 28,000 home fires, killing and injuring hundreds of people, and causing over $700 million in property damage according to Electrical Safety Foundation International (ESFI).
5 Things You Shouldn't Store in Your Garage
A garage is often used as a storage space for things you don’t want inside of your home, but you still need or would like to have such as: a place to put your car, storage for lawn mower’s, tools, bikes, and simply things you still want to hold onto for keepsake.
5 Ergonomic Tips for At-Home Workforce
Working from home has become the new normal for many since the beginning of 2020, but even after a year most have not mastered ergonomic ways to work from home. Working ergonomically simply means creating an efficient and comfortable work environment that enables you to complete your duties.
4 Types of Surge Protectors to Consider in Your Business
The average cost that insurers paid on surge protector claims has increased between 2017 and 2019, according to the Insurance Information Institute (Triple-I). More than $900 million in lightning claims were paid out in
Insurance 101: Understanding Basic, Broad and Special Perils Coverage Types
When structuring your insurance policy with your local independent agent, the coverage type selected plays a significant role in determining the extent of coverage provided for your property. “Basic”, “broad”, and “special” coverage types are very different from one another.