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Time to Fall Back (and Check Your Smoke Alarms)

By Daylight Savings Time, fire extinguishers, fire prevention, fire prevention tips, Home, Insurance, low battery, National Fire Protection Association, Personal, Prevention, smoke alarm, smoke detector, Technology

This weekend marks Daylight Savings time when we “fall back” an hour. A general rule of thumb is to replace the batteries in your smoke detectors when Daylight Savings Time ends and begins (unless you have a special detector –…

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How to Prepare your Home for Winter

By air filter, cleaning gutters, exterior faucets, freezing pipes, freezing weather, heating system, Home, Insurance, Personal, Prevention, salt, smoke alarm, smoke detector, snow shovel, Weather, winter preparation, winter weather, winterizing your home

I don’t know about you, but fall is my favorite season. The weather is perfect, the leaves turn beautiful colors, and it means the holidays are quickly approaching. The worst part about the autumn season is that it goes too…

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Know These Tips for Fire Prevention Week

By candle safety, candles, cooking fires, electrical fires, electrical outlets, fall, Fire, fire alarms, fire extinguisher, fire hazard, fire prevention, fire prevention tips, Fire Prevention Week, fire protection equipment, fireplace, heating fires, Home, Insurance, Personal, Prevention, smoke alarm, Winter

Fall is in full force and winter is slowly approaching. People are lighting pumpkin spice candles, turning on the heat, and decorating for the upcoming holidays (I’m guilty on all accounts). And with the colder temperatures, people will be stayin…

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