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Keeping Your Car Safe

Michigan’s crumbling roads cost an average of $865 per motorist, according to Crain’s Detroit Business. Beyond avoiding potholes, here are some tips to help your car avoid damage longer and keep it in good condition. Park Away from Other Cars Do you like squeezing into an open parking spot? Most of us don’t enjoy that…
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Make Sure Your “Dream Home” Is a Safe Home

If you’re looking to buy a new house, there can be a lot to think about. With factors such as where you work, where your kids go to school, and where you can shop for food and other basic needs, just finding a good location can be difficult. It can be a relief to find…
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Protecting Your Pool

Summer’s just getting started. Relaxing by your pool in the backyard or going for a swim can sound relaxing. If you own a private pool, there’s a lot of work that can go into it. Here’s a few easy tips on how to keep your pool safe and secure. Invest in a Pool Cover Water has…
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3 Tips to Keep Your Lawn Looking Great

A good lawn can be one of the most attractive features of a home. It’s a place for you and your family to grill, play frisbee and enjoy weather on the good days. However, a good lawn requires care. Small animals and weather can pose as threats and cause damage to an otherwise well-kept lawn.…

Everyday Savings

Very few people can live without budgeting. It’s a valuable life skill that many use to save money. Are you looking for ways to get as much as you can on a small budget? Check out these helpful tips on what you can do to easily reduce unnecessary spending. Use Coupons It’s a common tip…
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Protecting Your Personal Information

We have a lot of information online.  Whether it’s banking history or social media, our online presence is out there. Unfortunately, we have a lot to protect from identity thieves who use this information to pose as us. Don’t let yourself become a victim of identity theft. Use these tips to keep your identity, home…

Trench Hazard Protection

In 2016, 23 trench-related deaths were reported. This is almost triple the eight that were reported in 2012. If you work near trenches, don’t become another statistic. From our partners at Cincinnati Insurance, here are a few OSHA-compliant tips you can use to keep yourself safe if you work in and around trenches. Use Protective…

Product Recalls: What Businesses Need to Know

Does your business offer products to consumers? If so, do you currently have a recall management strategy in place in the event of a recall? According to Statista, the Consumer Product Safety Commission fined at least 130 companies between 2006 and 2017 with civil penalties for product issues. To help your business avoid liability claims,…
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Spring Preparations

It is hard to imagine some days but spring is just around the corner. With spring comes potential property damage as weather changes occur. Here are a few tips on what you can do to protect your home and minimize your risk for property damage: Shovel Snow Away from Your House Most people know to…
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Cyber Safe in Cyber Space: Making Sure You’re Safe in an Online World

The Internet is a world in of itself, deeply connected to almost every facet of life. Whether it’s for education, communication, business or even simple entertainment, almost everyone has some degree of online presence. While the internet can be helpful and a great resource, however, it also has its’ own set of dangers. If you…