December 15, 2016

Christmas Fire Safety


The U.S. Fire Administration (USFA) is currently running a campaign to “Put a Freeze on Winter Fires”.  The emphasis for this is holiday fire safety.  Fire hazards this time of year include not only Christmas trees, but also many of the holiday decorations and the cooking of the holiday treats we all enjoy.  There are a few steps that you can take to be sure the holidays remain a safe and happy time of year. According to the study completed by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), from 2009-2013 there was an estimated average of 210 reported home fires where … Continue reading

August 18, 2016

Considering Renter’s Insurance


Yes, it is that time of year.  College towns across the country will once again be bustling with both new and returning students, and most will be moving into a new apartment or house.  Maybe it’s your first time living on your own, or perhaps it’s merely a new address for the school year.  After you move all of your clothes, electronics, furniture, and that mattress that you had strapped to the top of your car, take a moment to look at all the personal belongings you brought with you.  Would you be able to replace those items yourself if … Continue reading

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