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Ways To Be Safe Against Carbon Monoxide In Your Home

Carbon monoxide (CO) is odorless, colorless, hard to detect, and extremely dangerous. The gas is often called "the invisible killer," and it is critical that your family is protected from exposure. The CDC reports that there were a total of 5,149 deaths from unintentional carbon monoxide poisoning from 1999 - 2010, or an average of 430 deaths every year, and the National Fire Protection Agency...

How To File A Claim For Snow Damage

Weather patterns are constantly changing, and there have been some record-breaking snowfalls in recent years. Heavy snow can create significant damage to your home or vehicles, and it's critical to understand what to do in the event of snow-related damage. You may have good home and auto insurance coverage, but are you insured for snow damage? Different types of insurance have varying levels of coverage...

New Year’s Resolutions: Ways To Keep Your Insurance Coverage In Check This Year

Any insurance policy - including auto insurance, homeowners insurance, and renters insurance - should provide enough coverage to make you feel protected in case of an unexpected event. If you aren't feeling secure with your insurance policies, make a resolution this year to review them. Many consumers shop for insurance once and then forget about it, which can end up costing you more money. One...

What's The Best Homeowners Advice You've Ever Received?

Being a homeowner is a dream that most people have. Once you've saved enough to buy a home, gone through the stressful process of working with a real estate agent to find the right home in the right neighborhood, and gotten the best deal you can on a mortgage, the next phase of moving in begins. It's an exciting time, but it's important that you...

Glove Box Survival Kit For Winter Road Trips

Winter weather conditions can be very dangerous, but you can protect yourself and your family with a glove box survival kit. We have some tips about what to keep in your glove box and in your trunk in case of an emergency. Driving on flooded, icy, or snowy roads can lead to a sudden accident, and it's important to be prepared for the unexpected. Your...