Of course you have insurance for your home but the responsible thing to do is to protect your family and property from injury or loss. Insurance can only provide monetary compensation and cannot replace the irreplaceable.
Did you know that home fires are more prevalent in winter than in any other season? This is due in part to an increase in cooking and heating fires, flammable holiday decorations and winter storms that can interrupt electrical service. The risk of fire is greatly increased when people turn to alternative heating sources during power outages.
Winter fires can be prevented! Here are some useful and potentially lifesaving tips from the U.S. Fire Administration (USFA). The USFA is an entity of the Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency. The mission of the USFA is to provide national leadership to foster a solid foundation for fire and emergency services stakeholders in prevention, preparedness, and response.
- Arson & Youth Firesetter Awareness
- Bedroom Fire Safety
- Candle Fire Safety
- Cooking Fire Safety
- Earthquakes and Fire Safety
- Electrical Fire Safety
- Escape Planning
- Fire Extinguishers
- Hazardous Materials Fire Safety
- High-Rise Fire Safety
- Holiday and Seasonal Fire Safety
- Home Heating and Fireplace Fire Safety
- Residential Fire Sprinklers
- Rural Fire Safety
- Smoke Alarms
- Smoking Fire Safety
If you suffered a loss today would your Homeowners Insurance be adequate? I can review your coverage to help determine that your coverage is up-to-date. Has your insurance agent done this for you? I would appreciate the opportunity to be your Independent, Trusted and Preferred insurance agent!