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Potholes are more than just a nuisance while driving; in some cases they can actually cause quite a bit of damage to your car. Hitting a deep pothole—or even a shallow one at a bad angle or too fast—can lead to tire damage, alignment issues and other problematic forms of vehicle deterioration. READ MORE >>

Have you been searching for a recipe that causes no distress or frustration; just dreamy, decadent bliss? Look no further—we have the perfect recipe for you! This quick and easy recipe for a cheesecake that doesn’t require any baking will be sure to impress your family and friends. READ MORE >>

With the winter months behind us, what better way to welcome the warmth than with a vacation? Whether you escape by plane to a tropical beach or take your family on a road trip to Vermont, it’s important to take precaution to ensure your home’s safety while you’re away. READ MORE >>

After a cold winter, most homeowners look forward to mild spring weather. Of course, the warm breezes and gentle rains of spring usually mean that it’s time to tend the lawn again. Following these seasonal lawn care tips can make it easier to get the grass looking healthy as fast as possible and keep it green and tidy until autumn rolls around again. READ MORE >>

Despite many years of encouraging drivers and passengers to wear seatbelts, there are still 13 percent of people who don’t regularly buckle up, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). But wearing a seatbelt is not always enough; it’s important that you’re wearing your seatbelt correctly once it’s fastened. READ MORE >>

Carbon monoxide, also known as CO, is produced by several things we use every day, such as cars, stoves, grills, furnaces and gas ranges. Because this poisonous gas is odorless and colorless many people don’t notice the presence of CO or realize they’re in danger of its deadly potential. READ MORE >>

Did you get the lovely surprise of a beautiful new piece of jewelry for Valentine’s Day? Or perhaps you already have a fine jewelry collection. These precious items deserve the full protection home insurance has to offer. READ MORE >>

February 29 occurs once every four years and this is what we call Leap Year. A Leap Year contains one extra day in order to keep the calendar year synchronized with the astronomical year. In other words, this extra day keeps our calendar in alignment with the Earth’s revolution around the sun. READ MORE >>

Did you know that the first day of spring this year is Sunday, March 20? It’s never too early to start preparing your home for the warmer days ahead. For most homeowners, spring is an exciting time as you put away your shovels and snow blower and take out your planting soil and lawn mower. READ MORE >>

When you live in a cold climate, you know that winter presents various dangers if you’re exposed to the elements for too long. Well, the same goes for animals. Your pets will need special care when the temperature drops to below freezing. READ MORE >>

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