Helpful Tips

Summer Safety

Remember your watercraft safety and be on the look out for motorcycles.

Clean Pathways

Remember to keep your sidewalks and driveways clean and clear of snow and ice to avoid any slip and fall incidents.

Fireplace- Woodstove Safety

Remember to clean your chimneys for both your fireplaces and woodstoves before starting off the winter season to avoid chimney fires

Clean Your Gutters!

Clean out your gutters to avoid back up during summer storms.

Credit Scoring: How Does It Affect You?

When shopping for automobile or homeowners insurance the insurance company may be looking at your credit history. The National Association of Insurance Commissioners can help you understand how your credit information may be used and how it may affect your insurance premiums.NAIC: 1-816-842-3600

It is a good idea to review your credit history to make sure it is accurate. You can request a copy of your credit history from:

Scheduled Jewelry

Remember to contact you homeowners insurance agent to see if your valuable jewelry is covered or should it be scheduled.

Fireplace-Wood Stove Ashes

Make sure that your hot ashes from your fireplace or woodstove are stored in a fire resistant container and away from your house to avoid a fire starting.

Cleaning your Dryers

Make sure you clean your dryer vents regularly to avoid vent fires.

Now is the Time to Clean

Summer is the perfect time to clean your fireplaces and woodstoves.  Some benefits of getting a head start are:

  • Learning of any potential repairs needed
  • More efficiency at the start of the heating season
  • Greater availability of Service Professionals
  • Reduced chance of chimney fires and puffbacks

With that in mind, why don't you call your favorite maintenance service today and make an appointment.  They should be glad to hear from you before the Fall rush starts!

Some Seasonal Tips

SPRING HAS SPRUNG! Remember to clean your gutters and trim all the trees around the house that are too close. Also remember to let your insurance agent know of any changes to your property and updates.

Winter Tips