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camping safety tips

How To Prepare for a Camping Trip!

Summer is the perfect time to enjoy the great outdoors. Camping trips are a fun way to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Camping is a time to forget about the gripes of the day to day, so make sure that you are prepared for inconveniences along the way. With a bit of prep, those minor... Read More
summer fire safety

2018 Summer Fire Safety Tips

Grilling outside and roasting marshmallows over the fire are two summer staples. However, being in close proximity to an open flame can be dangerous. Fires can happen easily and spread very quickly. Preventing fires before they happen can save money and it could even save someone’s life. Here are some of our tips to help you and your loved ones... Read More

Insurance Tips for the Summer Elements

Summertime is prime time for outdoor time. Fire pits, BBQs, and pool time are just some of the many exciting activities everyone looks forward to when the nice weather rolls in. The most fun activities may also include some accident-prone elements. While these may not be the essential elements in the chemistry world, below are the summer elements and what... Read More

Fire Safety & New Jersey Home Insurance

There’s been a lot of bad weather this year that has left us talking a lot about what to do if your home is destroyed by a hurricane, earthquake or even tornado. Aside from the disasters that can occur from nature, there are also accidents that can happen in the home you should be prepared for. One of the most horrible accidents that can happen... Read More

There’s been a lot of bad weather this year that has left us talking a lot about what to do if your home is destroyed by a hurricane, earthquake or even tornado. Aside from the disasters that can occur from nature, there are also accidents that can happen in the home you should be prepared for. One of the most horrible accidents that can happen is a fire occurring in your home. The possibility of events like this happening from something simple like leaving a candle running makes it even more important to have great New Jersey Home Insurance.

A fire in your home can have some very serious consequences. Aside from injury and even death, a fire can leave you, your family and your pets homeless until who knows when. The stress of a house fire and the aftermath of dealing with it is bad enough, what can you do to make things easier on yourself? Call your agent today and make sure you would be prepared if something were to happen to your home. Make sure you have enough coverage for the structure of your home, your personal possessions, and ask if you would be covered for hotel stays while your home was being fixed or rebuilt. Unfortunately, too many people find out too late that they didn’t have the coverage they needed. Get ahead of the game and sleep easier knowing your family is covered.

In the meantime, be extra cautious about items in your home that can cause a fire. If you have a wood-stove, for example, make sure you are taking the necessary safety precautions. A fire in Stillwater was the second wood-stove fire in two days in Sussex County! The latest fire destroyed the home of a man currently living on disability and without New Jersey homeowners insurance, while the last one left on person critically injured and another dead. Be careful about candles, wood-stoves, and your fireplaces because you never know how dangerous they may end up being! It’s important to take any little steps you can to preventing a fire in your home and of course to make sure you have the best coverage if something were to happen.

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Home Fire Safety & CT Home Insurance

Watching the news this morning, I was heartbroken to learn that there were two fatal house fires in the state of Connecticut in the last few days. According to the U.S. Fire Administration (USFA), “home fires are more prevalent in winter than in any other season.” Here are some tips for winter fire safety from the USFA to keep in... Read More

Cooking Fires Happen MA Home Insurance Protects

Did you know that cooking fires are the most common type of household fires? Did you know that Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day see an increase in cooking fires? Because of all the multitasking that occurs on these days trying to prepare everything while entertaining guests, fire safety (like making sure there are no fire hazards on or around... Read More

Avoiding Thanksgiving Turkey Fires & Protecting Your Home with the Right Insurance

  According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), “the number of home cooking fires on Thanksgiving Day was THREE TIMES the national average of fires per day in 2009.”  The NFPA is cautioning homeowners to be more thoughtful about the potential for dangerous home fires this holiday season. Here are some tips that they recommend for fire safety this... Read More

Fire Safety Month–Is your Home Protected?

Were you aware that the number one cause of home related injury and death is from fires? Being that October is Fire Safety Month, I thought that sharing some safety tips would be appropriate. These following tips should keep you and your family safe from harm. Some common causes of fires in the home are: Cooking Matches & Lighters Heating... Read More