It’s an unfortunate fact that space heaters, fireplaces and wood-burning stoves cause more structure fires than central heat and hot-water heaters combined. This information isn’t meant to scare you into closing off the fireplace and stashing the space heater. By all means, keep enjoying them—just keep safety in mind so you can protect yourself, your family and your home against…
If you plan to travel over the holiday season, you’re in good company. Whether you’re headed near or far, don’t forget to look after your empty home. Taking a few simple steps can help you rest easy… and the right homeowners insurance can give you peace of mind, too. Follow these tips to keep your home safe and cozy –…
Over the next few months, mating and hunting seasons will have deer on the move. For drivers, that means you’re more likely to encounter them – and potentially hit one. Tempted to hang up your car keys and hide out? Not so fast.
You may not notice it right away, but your daily commute is affected by the shorter days and changing weather, too. (For example: Did you know wet leaves can be as slippery as ice?) Stay alert this fall. Here are the top things to look out for when you’re on the road.
Your car’s cooling system is usually up to the task. But if the needle of your temperature gauge rises or you spot steam coming from under your hood, your car could be overheating.
Pets are members of our family, and more often than ever, they go wherever we go – even for an outing on the water. Here are 10 safety tips for taking your dogs on water excursions.
Warm weather means long, relaxing days out on the water with your friends and loved ones. Regardless of how long you’ve been boating, it’s helpful to brush up on boating safety best practices to help avoid an accident.
From a stylish urban loft to a cozy country cottage… booking a short-term stay is a hot trend (and a great way to travel like a local.) Maybe you’ve considered becoming a host yourself. Find out what great hosts know – and what you should know about your homeowners insurance if you’ll be hosting short-term rental guests.
After the coronavirus pandemic struck the U.S. in 2020, vacations were canceled, traveling was banned, and many of us found ourselves stuck at home. But as spring 2021 approaches, many are opening up to the idea of hitting the road and taking a vacation.