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Don’t Let Thieves Break Into Your Home- and Your Identity

A home is broken into every 15 seconds, and one of every five homes will experience a break-in or home invasion, according to U.S. Department of Justice- crime statistics. The best defense against burglary is prevention. With a little planning,…

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Guide to Finding the Best Home Security System

Home security is an important topic these days. Unfortunately, a home burglary happens once every 15 seconds in the United States. This translates to a staggering 2.2 billion burglaries each year. Burglars targeting residences will mainly strike during daytime hours…

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Holiday Travel Tips

Prepare your vehicle for holiday travel by checking items such as the brakes, spark plugs, battery and tires. Check your owner’s manual for the recommended interval for a tune-up. Also, be prepared for any emergency situations on the road by…

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It’s Spring, prepare yourself for storm season!

Thunderstorms play a big part in our severe Spring weather. They can bring lightning, tornadoes and flooding. Whenever warm, moist air collides with cool, dry air, thunderstorms can occur. For much of the world, this happens in spring and summer. Don’t let this…

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Keep Your Home Safe While Traveling This Spring Break

Warmer weather is right around the corner, and if you’re like millions of Americans, you may be celebrating its arrival with a vacation during spring break. But before you pack up and head out, make sure you aren’t neglecting the…

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Let it flow, let it flow, let it flow…

Did you know that letting your most weather-susceptible faucets drip during periods of extreme cold can keep your water pipes from freezing? Don’t let cold weather ice your pipes this winter! Because liquid expands as it freezes, pipes full of…

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National Fire Prevention Month

The Importance of Smoke Detectors and Carbon Monoxide Detectors Each October we celebrate Fire Prevention Month by providing some education tips. This year our focus is smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors. Smoke Detectors The death rate from fires with…

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Outdoor Safety In Frigid Temperatures

Dress Warmly and Stay Dry Adults and children should wear: a hat a scarf or knit mask to cover face and mouth sleeves that are snug at the wrist mittens (they are warmer than gloves) water-resistant coat and boots several…

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Safety Comes First When the Pool Is Open

By Brian Rawlings Stay alert! Recognize the hazards to keep pools safe and fun. A refreshing pool on a hot day can be so inviting. Children of all ages enjoy splashing in the cool waters in private home-based pools, swim clubs,…

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September is National Preparedness Month

You can never be too prepared for disaster to strike. That’s why the federal government offers ready.gov, a website designed to help individuals, families and businesses plan for the unthinkable and keep their loved ones, businesses and property safe. This  site…

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