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Top Five Dangers to Your House

There are many common myths about potential dangers in and around the home that can keep some homeowners up at night. However, the gap between myth and fact can make all the difference when it comes to reducing risk in your house. So what does the data tell us are the biggest risks to your home? From leaking valves to house fires, a look at... Read Article

Roof Snow Removal Tips

While snow-covered roofs can make for a picturesque winter scene, the combination of freshly fallen snow with the melting and refreezing of snow can place stress on the roof of your home or business. If more than a foot of heavy, wet snow and ice have accumulated on the roof, you should have it removed. Snow Removal Tips Clearing the snow off your roof from... Read Article

Control Winter Losses

Most of the time, homeowners can protect themselves from winter-related property losses by using good, old-fashioned common sense. Experts advise that we follow a few simple rules to have a more pleasant cold weather experience. Here are a few tips for preventing losses at home this winter: Have your heating system inspected to make sure it is working properly. If you use a supplemental heating... Read Article

Preventing Deer Collisions

We have already assisted several of our clients with deer accidents this year.  While deer accidents are often unavoidable, there are things you can do to minimize the risk. Listed below are 5 Tips to Avoid Hitting a Deer:   Watch for multiple Deer. They rarely travel alone. If a deer crosses in front of you, chances are there are others nearby. Slow down and keep... Read Article

Reduce Fall Driving Hazards

Don’t you love driving on the roads during autumn, when your regular commute often becomes a scenic drive? It’s very beautiful, but fall also marks the advent of other changes that can create safety issues on the road. These hazards include wet leaves, fog, sun glare, frost and even deer. However, you need not worry if you arm yourself with knowledge to reduce these risks. For example, consider wet leaves. They can be as slippery as black ice and may cover road markings and traffic... Read Article