Guide To Preventing Winter Home Hazards

With winter in full-swing here in New England, a snowstorm could be right around the corner – bringing with it a heightened risk of accidents in and around your home. Hopefully, you took a few steps to prepare your home in the fall, but if not, rest assured because you can still do a few things to minimize any risk to your home and your loved ones. Being prepared for the unexpected will not only keep your mind at ease as a storm approaches, but it will also ensure you have all the tools you’ll need in the event of damage to your home.  Continue reading “Guide To Preventing Winter Home Hazards”

Tips and Insights for Holiday Hosting

With the holidays upon us, you may be getting ready to host a party in your home, and that means you have a lot to consider. From creating the guest list to planning the food and decor, there is a lot of prep involved in hosting an event and ensuring your guests have a good time. But, you should also consider their safety. Ahead of your event, consider these tips to ensure you, your guests, and your home are all safe at the end of the night.

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How To Prepare Your Home For Winter

Now that fall is in full swing, it’s just a matter of time before we get our first taste of winter weather here in New England. Take advantage of the extra hours of sunlight and mild temperatures and prepare your home for the winter months now. From the inside out, winterizing your home now can help you avoid any potential problems once the colder weather rolls around. And, while some tasks may require a professional, most of these projects are simple enough to tackle on your own. Here are eight tips to help you prepare for winter:

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10 Tips To Stay Safe Online

Have you ever used your phone, tablet, or computer to make a purchase online? Or, have you entered your personal information online to apply for a school, job, or credit card? If so, you’re making yourself susceptible to cyber attacks. According to a study by The University of Maryland, there is a cyber hack every 39 seconds in the U.S. — ultimately affecting one in three Americans each year — from their businesses to their personal information. As alarming as this number is, there are ways to protect yourself. Understanding your risk and taking precautions to help prevent identity theft are key to staying safe online. Here are 10 ways to help protect yourself and your personal data: 

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