Smoke Alarm and Carbon Monoxide Safety Tips

Smoke Alarm and Carbon Monoxide Safety Tips

While most homeowners know the importance of having smoke alarms, almost three out of five fire fatalities from 2014 to 2018 happened in properties with no alarms or where alarms failed to operate, according to a report by the National Fire Protection Association. In...
Grilling Tips for Safety

Grilling Tips for Safety

As the weather warms and summer returns,  it’s time to GRILL!   There are risks that come along with grilling, regardless of which type of grill you are using. Every year, 7,000 Americans are injured while using  barbecue grills. It’s usually...
Pool Safety Tips for a Fun Summer

Pool Safety Tips for a Fun Summer

Let’s go SWIMMING!  We are excited to spend summer in the water! Whether you’re at a lake, beach, or your own backyard pool, learning how to keep kids safer around water is an important responsibility for any parent or caregiver. Drowning is the leading cause of...
Tips to Prepare Your Car for Winter

Tips to Prepare Your Car for Winter

Daylight Saving Time has ended, you’re digging out your boots, you crave comfort food… these are all sure signs that, in the words of everyone’s favorite show, winter is coming.  Despite maybe wanting to hibernate, chances are you will need to venture out. This means...
Holiday Cooking Safety

Holiday Cooking Safety

The holidays are a time for family, friends, fun, and food. Unexpected fires are not a popular addition to anyone’s holiday to-do list. Unfortunately, cooking-related fires make up the majority of home fires, with an average of 455 occurring every day. Thanksgiving,...