Most of us spend our time cozied up inside throughout the winter longing for the warm weather to return! We run our homes in overdrive during cold weather. The more time we spend indoors, the more chances there are for a house fire to occur.
Christmas shopping has gotten easier over the years with the help of the internet! Who wants to drive in inclement weather, wait through long lines and tough through the traffic?
Temperatures are already dropping. Before you know it, we will be faced with stressful commutes through snow, ice and slush. Your tires are the boots of your vehicle, trucking through the vicious weather to get you to your destination safely.
Once Thanksgiving festivities have come and gone, millions of people venture out to hunt down the best Black Friday deals.
Thanksgiving is a holiday full of tasty treats, but the star is typically a nice juicy turkey! Every family has their preference of how to prepare their turkey; whether it be roasted, smoked or one of the more popular options – fried!
On Thanksgiving we gather with family and friends to cook and eat one of our best meals of the year! Between cooking, decorating and cleaning, Thanksgiving festivities can become quite a frenzy – a potentially hazardous one at that!
The leaves are falling and the weather is changing! All of the beautiful colors that surround us signify that colder months are on the way. Before the temperatures plunge it’s important to get your home ready for winter to avoid costly damage.
Every year there are roughly 1.5 million deer-related car accidents resulting in hundreds of fatalities, thousands of injuries and millions of dollars in property damage. Deer typically mate from October through December, resulting in a dramatic increase in the movement of the deer population.