Everything listed under: Personal Insurance

  • 3 Ways to Keep A Positive Spirit After the Holidays

    3 Ways to Keep A Positive Spirit After the HolidaysThe holiday season is finally over. While the stores in the weeks leading up to Christmas seem incredibly chaotic, it almost seems busier after the holiday rush is through. Everyone is back to return or exchange gifts that were maybe the wrong color or size, or they just didn’t want it.   Read More

  • 10 Tips for Wood Burning Fireplace Maintenance

    10 Tips for Wood Burning Fireplace MaintenanceThe leaves are starting to fall and the temperature is dropping in most parts of the country. My family and I always love a nice, warm fire in our fireplace during the cold weather months. When my family was in the market for buying a new home, one of the must have items was a large brick fireplace.There are many different types of fireplaces - electric, gas, wood burning - but I'd like to talk about the wood burning type of fireplace.   Read More

  • Preventing Automatic Garage Door Injuries

    Preventing Automatic Garage Door InjuriesAutomatic garage doors. Many of us have them and probably take for granted that our garage door will open and shut with the click of a button. While they are a great convenience, they are also among the heaviest moving objects in the home and are held under high tension so they can be the cause of a serious problem: injuries to small children.Automatic garage doors account for approximately 20,000 emergency room visits for children annually.   Read More

  • E-asy Button – Go Paperless

    E-asy Button – Go PaperlessHas a service provider or company asked you to go paperless or to sign up for e-billing?If you haven’t been asked this, I would be genuinely surprised. In today’s world, paper statements are becoming a thing of the past. Have you ever thought about why companies are pushing the idea of paperless billing?   Read More

  • Dorm Do's and Don'ts For Your College Student

    Within the next few weeks, college campuses across the country will be jammed full of excited kids and weeping parents as these students move into their new quarters for the school year. Many students are getting their first taste of living on their own. Below are some safety tips to share with college students to help keep them and their belongings safe during the school year.DO keep your dorm room door locked at all times. Many kids will keep their doors unlocked when visiting a friend a ...  Read More

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