What to Know About Ice Dams

If you’re no stranger to snow, then an ice dam on your roof is a dangerous seasonal possibility. An ice dam is a ridge of ice that forms at the edge of a roof and prevents melting snow from draining off the roof. From gutter damage to unintended injuries, an ice dam can spell disaster. Fortunately, ice dams can be easily mitigated if you take steps to prevent them from... Read Article

Preventing Frozen Pipes (And what to do if they end up freezing anyway)

Frigid winter temperatures can cause pipes to freeze. While we can’t control the weather, there are things we can do to prevent pipes from freezing. We’ve pulled together tips to help prevent frozen pipes and list of suggestions for you to follow if they do. Prevention could be the difference between dry or damagedFrozen water pipes and the damage they can cause are a reality... Read Article

Frozen Water Pipes Still a Danger

Your home is your castle, and nothing beats a warm night inside when the cold sweeps in. But while your home protects you from bone-chilling weather, it’s under attack from blowing winds and frigid chills. One of the biggest dangers to your home during this time of year is frozen water pipes. There is still plenty of time for Mother Nature to wreak havoc this... Read Article

How to Recycle Your Christmas Tree

If you enjoyed a real tree all holiday season, you might now be wondering how to recycle your Christmas tree. If you’re like the majority of people, you’ll simply dispose of your tree after the holidays. Most cities have special curbside pickup schedules, so make sure to check out what your city offers. Another option is to see if your area has a recycling center... Read Article

Insurance Resolutions for the Best Year Yet

It’s that time of year again. The holiday season is winding down and it’s time to think about how you want to refresh, renew and recharge for the New Year.  We’re talking New Year’s resolutions. Did you know that only 9.2 percent of Americans succeed in their resolutions out of the 41 percent that make them?  We’ll make sure you’re in the 9.2 percent with... Read Article