Reducing Winter Utility Bills

When outside temperatures begin to drop, one of the most costly consequences is the increased energy it takes to maintain a comfortable home temperature. Though it may be tempting to…

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Candle Safety in Your Home

All it takes is a single candle mishap to quickly escalate into a devastating fire within your home. In fact, the National Fire Protection Association claims that there is an…

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Home Theft Prevention Tips

Daily Precautions Install motion sensor lighting around your home and garage that illuminates your property. Consider installing home security cameras on your property. Many affordable home security cameras can connect…

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New Home? Don’t Forget to Update your Address

Although it can be an exciting experience, moving to a new home also comes with a wide range of tedious tasks and responsibilities. And while most individuals are prepared to pack and unpack boxes, many forget just how many places need their updated contact information. After all, it’s not just family and friends who need to know your new address. Keep reading to learn who to notify when you move.

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What to Do in a Hit-and-Run

Remember these three things. Record all pertinent information. Write down as much of the other vehicle’s information as possible, including its license plate number, make and model, and color. Take…

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How to Prepare for a Power Outage

You can’t control many of the reasons power outages may happen —but you can take proactive safety measures to protect your family and home against the threat of power outages. …

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Lowering Your Electric Bill this Summer

Don’t lose your cool as the temperature heats up. According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, residential electricity sales are expected to increase by 3% this summer because more people…

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Business Travel After Covid-19

Travel—for both business and leisure—worldwide has virtually come to a standstill during the coronavirus pandemic. At this point, nobody knows when it will come back. Whenever that time comes though,…

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Fire Pit Safety Tips

Whether you already have a fire pit, are planning to add one or just purchased a portable one, it’s important to review safety tips to enjoy a safe summer. Start…

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Designing a Post-Coronavirus Office Space

The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic has changed many aspects of the current workplace, and soon, employers should begin planning for what their post-coronavirus office will look like. Previously, social distancing…

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Tax Day Moved to July 15

The Treasury Department and the IRS issued new guidance related to federal tax payments and coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). According to the guidance, “all individual and other non-corporate tax filers”…

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Spring Home Maintenance Tips

Consider these home maintenance tips as you gear up for spring: Check your gutters—Inspect gutters or downspouts to ensure the spring rains will be properly drained away from your home…

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