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  1. Fireplace and Chimney Safety

    by KLP

    Each year there are thousands of residential fires caused by fireplaces, chimneys and chimney connectors associated with heating systems. These fires result in injuries, or even deaths, as well as millions of dollars in property damage. Colder weather means more people are cozying up in front of their fireplaces. Here are some recommendations to help […]

  2. Attention NJ Drivers – DEER COLLISION ALERT

    by KLP

    As you make your travel plans this month, keep in mind that turkeys aren’t the only animals on the run. According to the Insurance Institute For Highway Safety, hitting an animal is more than 3 1/2 times as common in November as compared to August. Every November, as deer migrate and mate, their increased activity […]

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  3. Are you really safe in your car?

    by kcarlson

    You are supposed to feel safe in your vehicle, but what if something happens? Picture yourself stranded on the side of road with a dead cellphone and no idea where you are. Your car has overheated, what would be the first thing you would do? The chances of something like this happening my not seem […]

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  4. Spring Forward With These Helpful Tips!

    by kcarlson

    With only 18 days until Daylight Saving Time, the spring season is right around the corner! Spring cleaning and spring maintenance tips go hand in hand. Take a cue from the tips below provided by Travelers Insurance and spruce up your gutters as you spruce up your rose garden. •Inspect your smoke detectors, and make […]

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  5. No Power? What Now?

    by kcarlson

    The weather! Between the rain, snow, sleet, freezing rain and ice if the power goes out, here are some things to remember: •Do not call 911 unless it is an emergency. That number should ONLY be used in case of an emergency or injury. •Watch for downed power lines. Call 911 and your utility company. […]