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5 Checkpoints for a functioning Furnace

Posted By: Amy Casey on November 5, 2019

It’s that time of year again – the leaves are falling and the temperature is dropping! If you haven’t already fired up your furnace, chances are you’ll be forced to very soon.

3 Holiday Decorating Dangers to Keep in Mind

Posted By: Amy Casey on November 4, 2019

With all of the excitement of the holidays, it can be difficult to remember safety. Your best bet is to start off safe while you’re decorating your home to prevent any misfortune over the holiday season. Above all else, remember to address these three dangers:

12 Principle Do's and Dont's of Using A Wood Burning Stove

Posted By: Amy Casey on November 1, 2019

While wood stoves do a great job at heating smaller areas of the home, using them as a supplementary source of heat has led to an alarming – and growing – number of fires traceable to careless installation or misuse.

10 Trick-or-Treating Safety Tips Every Parent Should Consider

Posted By: Amy Casey on October 30, 2019

It’s that time of year again, the little ones get to be imaginative and stroll the streets in their best costumes! Halloween is one of our stranger traditions - it’s just about the only time we encourage our kids to ask strangers for candy.

4 Things You Need to Do to Prepare Your Home for Trick-or-Treaters

Posted By: Amy Casey on October 29, 2019

Fall nights are in full swing and Halloween is just around the corner! If you plan to hand out goodies this year, be sure that you prep your home to ensure safety for tiny ghosts and goblins who will soon be knocking on your door.

5 Easy Ways to Improve Your Credit Score

Posted By: Amy Casey on October 22, 2019

There are certain things in life that may require you to borrow some money, like buying a new car or purchasing a home. Whatever the reason might be, having a healthy credit score makes borrowing easier and less expensive.

10 Most Common Causes of House Fires

Posted By: Amy Casey on October 12, 2019
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10 Tips to Keep Your Vacant Home Safe After Moving

Posted By: Amy Casey on October 2, 2019

Sometimes your home may be on the market for days, weeks or months before new homeowners settle in. During that time, your home could fall victim to vandalism, burglary, the elements, system failure or a variety of other costly issues. Make sure you protect your vacant home with these tips:

Cheat Sheet: 5 Easy Ways to Prepare Your Home for Fall

Posted By: Amy Casey on August 23, 2019

Leaves, football, and more leaves! Fall is creeping up on us and our homes. Fall only leads into winter, and many home maintenance tasks can be daunting when the temperature starts to fall. You’re better off getting some things out of the way now to save yourself the trouble later:

Do College Students Need Renters Insurance?

Posted By: Amy Casey on August 21, 2019

It’s a pretty big deal – leaving the comfort of your forever home for your new college abode. Whether it’s the first time you’ve moved or the tenth, packing up your entire life is quite a job. Your clothes, gaming consoles, furniture, laptop, books, the list goes on.

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