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3 Auto Enhancements You Should Consider

Posted By: Amy Casey on February 24, 2020

We all have our good days, and unfortunately, our bad ones. Sometimes life throws surprises at us that we aren’t prepared for, especially on the road.

Light it Up: 3 Easy Tasks to Maintain Your Headlights

Posted By: Amy Casey on February 21, 2020

Just because your headlights power on, doesn’t mean they are in great shape. Your headlights are a crucial safety feature that not only help you see the road, but help others to see your vehicle as well. With just a few easy maintenance tasks, you can actually help improve their performance:

10 Easy Ways to Prevent a Dryer Fire

Posted By: Amy Casey on February 17, 2020

Laundry might be part of our weekly routine, but oftentimes, cleaning your dryer isn’t. Believe it or not, one-third of dryer fires are caused by an accumulation of lint within the vent system.

Reaching for Safety: 10 Do's and Don'ts of Using Extension Cords

Posted By: Amy Casey on February 6, 2020

Extension cords cause over 3,000 home fires each year, resulting in an average of 50 fatalities and nearly 300 injuries. Oftentimes, extension cords are used improperly and can overheat or short out.

5 of the Best and Worst Home Remedies for Burns

Posted By: Amy Casey on February 3, 2020

Whether you singe your hand while straightening your hair with a flat iron or accidentally grab the cookie sheet without an oven mit – burns are definitely unpleasant. Believe it or not, contact burns are one of the most common household injuries.

5 Ways to Protect Your Personal Data

Posted By: Amy Casey on January 21, 2020

Identity theft and fraud are some of the fastest growing crimes in America, affecting 14.4 million in 2018.

10 Winter Driving Myths

Posted By: Amy Casey on January 17, 2020

Sometimes the danger of winter driving isn’t due to the weather – it’s due to other drivers. It’s not always their fault, though – some drivers might believe the myths surrounding driving safely in inclement weather.

Removing Snow from Farm Outbuildings: 10 Precautions to Consider

Posted By: Amy Casey on January 6, 2020

When heavy snow meets fierce winds, sometimes even the best-engineered buildings can collapse. Whether you store farming machinery or livestock in your outbuildings, a roof collapse is sure to cause some extensive damage.

5 Interview Questions Geared Towards Millennial and Gen Z

Posted By: Amy Casey on December 30, 2019

Today’s workforce is evolving right before our eyes – baby boomers continue to retire and younger generations are starting to fill the gaps.

How Many Smoke Detectors Should I Have in My Home?

Posted By: Amy Casey on December 26, 2019

When it comes to protecting yourself and your loved ones, preparation is key.

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