Safety Tips

19
Mar

Welcome Spring with These Essential Home Maintenance Tips

As the chill of winter gives way to the warmth of spring, it’s time to shake off the cobwebs and prepare your home for the upcoming season. Spring maintenance is essential for preserving the beauty and functionality of your home, as well as ensuring your comfort and safety. Here are some crucial tips to help you get started: Inspect Your

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1
Nov

‘Tis the Season to Prevent House Fires

‘Tis the Season to Prevent Fires – Tips from KVIS & Coe Insurance The holiday season is a time for joy, warmth, and togetherness, but it’s also a time when fire risks can increase significantly. From festive decorations to cozy gatherings around the fireplace, the winter season poses unique fire hazards that require special attention. At KVIS & Coe Insurance,

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20
Mar

Vlogging While Driving: What’s the Big Deal?

Vlogging While Driving: What’s the Big Deal? Everyone knows the dangers of texting while driving, but now there is another equally dangerous trend – vlogging while driving. What is Vlogging? A vlog is a blog in video form. Vlogging involves anyone talking to a camera mounted on their dashboard to create videos. While the behavior may seem safe because it’s

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20
Jul

5 Customized Emergency Kits to Weather Any Disaster

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that 48% of Americans do not have emergency kit supplies. Building a basic emergency kit for evacuations or stay-at-home orders will help to keep your family safe. (Having the right homeowners insurance helps give you peace of mind, too.) You might already know the basic items that should be in every home emergency kit. But when it

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19
Jan

How to Prevent a Dryer Fire

Laundry is part of life’s weekly grind. But did you know that dryers cause roughly 15,500 home structure fires, 29 deaths, 400 injuries and $192 million in direct property loss each year? What’s more, most dryer fires happen in the winter. WHAT CAN CAUSE A DRYER FIRE? The most common cause of dryer fires is failure to do a thorough

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1
Dec

Shopping Safety Tips for the Holidays

Shopping Safety Tips for the Holidays The average American plans to spend $998 on gifts and other holiday items this holiday season, according to the National Retail Federation. While that’s not as high as pre-pandemic years, it will still be a busy time for both online and brick and mortar retailers. However, all that hustle and bustle can create opportunities for

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2
Sep

How to find the right contractor

Here are some helpful tips in the event you experience flooding or damage from a major storm. FINDING A CONTRACTOR Check in with your local homebuilders’ association. You’ll be able to search contractors within your area and put together a list of potentials. Get referrals. Ask your friends, family and coworkers who they’ve worked with in the past. They may have

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20
Jun

Motorcycle Safety Tips for Riding in Bad Weather

Motorcycle Safety Tips for Riding in Bad Weather There is perhaps no one who looks forward to spring and summer more than a motorcycle owner. You’ve just spent a long winter staring longingly at your bike that has been parked in the garage. Finally, the first day of warm weather and clear skies brings with it an air of excitement

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25
May

What To Know About Crash Test Ratings

What To Know About Crash Test Ratings While shopping for a new or used car, you’ll likely consider a vehicle’s safety ratings before making your final purchase. After all, an accident can happen at any time. And these ratings help to predict how well you’ll be protected in the event of a crash. (The right auto insurance can help, too.) Maybe you’re

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11
May

Be Prepared Hurricane season is near

The 2021 Atlantic Hurricane Season Forecast is predicting another above-average year, with 17 named storms, 8 hurricanes, and 4 major hurricanes.  Proper preparation for a storm will help you, your family, and your business weather the storm.  Read through the articles and watch the videos for information and tips to help you prepare for before, during, and after the storm. Click

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