From: http://www.safeco.com/blog-detail/keep-pipes-from-freezing-in-cold-weather/1240029468912 Freezing Temperatures Can Lead to Frozen Pipes and Water Damage You wake up on a cold winter morning, head into the bathroom or kitchen, turn the faucet and … a trickle. Or, nothing at all. You have a frozen pipe. What do you do now? Better yet, how do you avoid this messy, potentially expensive situation in the first place? Here are some ideas to help keep the water flowing inside, even as the freeze sets in outside: Before
From: https://pauldavis.com/blog/2016/11/29/practice-fire-safety-during-holiday-celebrations/ From your friends at Paul Davis, we wish you all the best this holiday season. Nothing would make us happier during the rest of this year and next than to not see the consequences of home fires that typically peak around the holidays. Extra care and safety at home can take a back seat during holiday festivities, so here are a few bits of home safety wisdom to practice and pass on to employees, customers, friends and neighbors. Forgotten
In 2014, there were more than 4,000 boating accidents in the U.S. The most common culprits? Operator inattention or inexperience, improper lookout, excessive speed and alcohol. To make sure that you and your family or friends do not become part of a statistic: Stay dry on the water. Leave the alcohol on land and do your boating sober. Learn to drive. Enroll in a boating safety course for everything you need to know about what to bring, what to do and how best to do it.
Guns can be a very sensitive topic, but there’s one thing for sure: Storing them safely is incredibly important. Especially, if you have children at home. However, there are a number of things you can do to help ensure your firearms are kept safe if you have kids around. Always store guns in a locked location, unloaded, out of reach and sight of children. Always store ammunition in a separate locked location, out of the reach of children. Keep the
Its 2016 and a lot of different drivers are out on the road. Do you know how your insurance company classifies you as a driving risk? Drivers are categorized into three groups. Preferred, Standard and Non-Standard (High Risk) are the levels of driver risk. Knowing where fall will give you the know-how to improve your rating with insurance companies. Preferred drivers have most of the good characteristics insurance carriers love. These drivers typically get the BEST Rates and usually have
Conversation Success When Talking to Your Aging Parent Driver As we age, we lose the ability to focus on several simultaneous factors. Our comprehension skills begin to take a turn for the worse. When it comes to driving, the older generation can struggle to keep up with cautious driving, pedestrians, and other vehicles. Many adults go through the turmoil of finding out that their parent is no longer quite the driver that they once were. If you are starting to