Monthly Archives: November 2011

8 Chimney and Wood Fireplace Safety Tips – and the Value of Renter’s Insurance

29
Nov
2011

As you get ready to spend cozy evenings by the fireplace, be sure to do a little “winter proofing” so you can safely enjoy the Holiday season. Here are some tips to winterize your chimney and fireplace: ~Invite a chimney sweep over […]


Thanksgiving Safety In Your Kitchen, Near The Fryer and On The Road

23
Nov
2011

Thanksgiving is upon us, and with it the turkey, the relatives, the stress, and the injuries.  As we all hustle about, it’s easy to make mistakes or have accidents – and sometimes, the thankfulness takes a backseat to the last-minute holiday rush. […]


6 Winterizing Tips for Your Classic Car

19
Nov
2011

As temperatures drop, you might be ready to put your Classic Car into the safe confines of the garage.  But before you park it, be sure to give it one last round of TLC.  For a great start in spring, here are 6 […]


First Local Winter “Windstorm” Claim – And There Wasn’t Even Any Wind!

10
Nov
2011

  An Everett couple recently experienced a most curious loss when a huge tree on their street lost a giant limb.  The branch crashed on top of their car, denting the roof, crushing the windshield and breaking the mirrors. What […]


Change Smoke Detector Batteries While “Falling Back”

4
Nov
2011

The good news is that 96% of all American households have at least one smoke alarm… The less good news:  Only about 75% of those are actually working. Most smoke alarm failures happen due to dead or disconnected batteries. That’s […]