There are so many things to enjoy as the weather gets cooler and the leaves start falling. One of those simple pleasures is using your fireplace on a cold night. Something you might not think about, however, is fireplace safety. Any other time of the year, it might blend into the walls in your house, so it’s easy to forget. The truth is, misuse and neglect can lead to dangerous consequences. So before you get cozy, make sure to follow our tips for being safe this fall and winter.
Millennials can’t seem to get a fair shake these days. It seems like everyone wants to blame them for one thing or another. In reality, though, millennials are just like any other generation out there: working, paying bills and trying to find insurance. But finding just the right insurance can be difficult, if you don’t know what you’re looking for. How can you find the right insurance for millennials? Here are some tips to help you sort it all out:
It is that time of year, vacation time. Are you preparing for summer adventures across several states? Not only do you need to have a plan for your summer travels such as what to bring, where you are staying, food, entertainment, and more you need to consider your long drive ahead.
We put together 20 tips to consider as you get ready for your trip that will help you keep your eye on the road and ensure a safe, happy and memory of a lifetime trip!
Summer is the perfect time to spend time with family and friends and to enjoy your pool. Create beautiful memories but, most importantly, keep safety in mind. Follow these seven tips to ensure everyone has a safe and happy pool season.
Spring is upon us and it is time to prepare your boat for the first launch of the year. Reviewing boat safety is always a good idea before the first cruise of the season. This includes an inspection of your boat and the equipment you have onboard. You will also want to make sure all of your documents are up to date, as most marinas will require proof of boat insurance before issuing a slip. Here is a short list of tips to prepare for the upcoming boating season.
The weather is getting warmer, trees and plants are beginning to bud and bloom, and soon enough spring will have sprung once again. Along with better weather and beauty, spring also brings with it potential safety hazards in and around your home. It’s a good idea to observe the following safety tips and prepare your home and property accordingly for the additional risks of springtime.
Identity theft is the term for what happens when a third party obtains your personal data and information that allows them to pose as you online. Typically, identity thieves apply for lines of credit or access your financial accounts and other sensitive information to steal as much of your money or open as many lines of credit as they can and leave you on the hook for their fraudulent activity.
Your personal data can be compromised if a financial institution is breached by hackers seeking to obtain usable identity information, and by the time breaches are discovered it may already be too late to save your credit. The good news is there are steps you can take to prevent yourself from being victimized by identity thieves. Here are 9 quick tips to protect yourself from identity theft.
During colder months utility bills can be tough to handle, so many people have started turning to space heaters to cut down on energy costs. Space heaters save money by, allowing people to only heat the room or space they occupy rather than having a central heating system that expends energy to fill an entire structure.
Other reasons for using space heaters are for areas that aren’t served well by other heating systems, temporary heating when it will only be necessary for a short time, or targeted use for an individual that isn’t comfortable, while others in the room are.
We’ve all heard the stories of loss after natural disasters or catastrophic events, such as fires or burglaries. Homeowners and renters insurance policies will cover your home and valuables in a lot of instances but there are some very important exclusions. Getting to know your policy, what is covered and what is not, can save a lot of trouble down the line. It also affords you the opportunity to acquire additional coverage to make sure you can replace all those items that reside in your home with you.
Fall is a favorite time of the year for many of us. If you’re fortunate to live in a climate that is conducive to the beauty of the changing color of leaves, it can also be a time of increased vehicular traffic on your streets. In fact, there are a number of conditions that transpire during Fall that can affect safety on the roads. Here are five that deserve your attention in regards to being safe when driving no matter what your age.