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Preparing For Winter

Wintertime and winter weather can be tremendous fun, but cold and snow can also pose danger. Slippery roads, downed power lines and tree limbs, and freezing cold temperatures all bring an added measure of suspense to our daily activities. There are simple steps you can take that will take the chill off your wintertime experience. In your car. It is not enough to throw a...

Water, Water Everywhere

To avoid swimming in damage, keep water in its place By Kim Kaercher Reprinted from Erie Sense Magazine – March 10, 2010 There’s nothing like waking up at 2 a.m. to the sound of running water. Not the relaxing sound of ocean waves or tropical waterfalls on your sound machine, but the whoosh of water pouring through your roof during a late night rainstorm. Trust...

334 Tornado-Related Deaths in Just One Week

In April 2011, we witnessed 312 tornadoes in one week and 226 tornadoes in just one day. These tornadoes were the cause of more than 300 fatalities, and billions of dollars in property damage. A massive tornado, nearly a mile wide, totally destroyed a small Iowa city earlier in the same month. Almost one month later, Joplin, Missouri was hit by one of 68 tornadoes...

Moving In Together?

Add “Talk to Your Agent” to your list of things to do. There are lots of things to think about when you’re getting ready to make that next move—the move in. Who’ll do the dishes? Which car parks where? And, if your move in comes with a wedding band, you’ll have even more questions, like will you join finances? As your agent, we can help...

Candle Safety

House-warming candles, left unmanaged, can lead to dangerous fires. Candles are a great way to make a house feel like home, but if left unattended, they can have devastating effects. According to the U.S. Fire Administration, candles cause an estimated 15,600 fires in homes each year. Over half of those fires start because the candle is too close to combustible material and one in 10...