Winter brings its own set of challenges, and one crucial aspect is safeguarding your home from potential fires. According to the National Fire Protection Association, house fires occur more frequently in the winter than any other time of year.
Do you know the top causes of house fires? Read on to find out, including 5 valuable tips to prevent them:
Happy first day of winter!
With cold weather's entrance to our southern states comes an increased incidence of home insurance claims from things like:
If you experience some type of winter damage, take the following immediate steps:
Now that the Christmas season is in full swing, here are some sobering facts to keep in mind:
With Thanksgiving fast approaching here are 5 important reminders to minimize potential home insurance claims:
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With the temps feeling like fall, it's almost time to fire up your wood-burning fireplace for the first time this season.
Do you remember when it was last inspected and cleaned?
If chimneys aren't properly maintained, they build up creosote that can catch on fire and can escalate into an all-out house fire very quickly.
Chimney fires are largely preventable with ...
The temperatures are cooling down, and fall has finally arrived.
Did you know there are certain types of insurance claims that are more prevalent during the fall and early winter seasons?
Here are the top ones:
Oops, I'm a few days early but Fall IS coming, and did you know there are certain types of insurance claims that are more prevalent during the fall and early winter seasons?
Did you know December and January are the peak months for house fires in the US?
According to the National Fire Protection Association , COOKING EQUIPMENT is the leading cause of home fires and home fire injuries, with a reported $1.3 billion annually in property damage.
Here are 5 fire safety tips for cooking to help you avoid unexpected claims for house damage: