Is your home ready for winter?

Fall and winter may mean shorter days and unbearable cold weather for most of us. But there’s also something comforting about the need to hunker down and cozy-up by the fire.

At least, that’s how it could or should be, provided you take some sensible precautions to protect your home and family from the challenges of the seasons. We’ve had a taste of the change in temperature and the fluffy snow we all love so much! If you haven’t yet, don’t forget to follow these steps. A proactive approach will be less costly than a reactive one.

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Halloween Home Safety Tips, Inside and Out

Spiders crawling down the walls.  Bats hanging from the ceiling.  More than any other holiday, Halloween is about creativity in decorations.  Some are content with carving the occasional pumpkin, or hanging some ghostly gauze around the house.  Others create a gauntlet of terror visitors must brave to reach the front door.

No matter your approach, whether Jack-O-lanterns, spider-webbing, fog machines, or props too gruesome to describe, keeping safety in mind will ensure everyone has a fun, memorable Halloween.
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