We have seen some intense weather this week. High winds, loads of rain, flooding, hail, and even tornadoes have been reported, and the forecast doesn't look much better. Weather can be unpredictable and extremely dangerous, but there are some steps you can take to protect yourself and your loved ones. Continue reading for tips on what to do when encountering dangerous weather.
Memorial Day Weekend, to many, is the unofficial start of summer, pools are opened, decks are cleaned off, furniture is setup after being in storage for the long winter, the grill is fired up, playground equipment is cleaned off, and family and friends are invited to experience the glory that is your backyard!
When kids are playing in your yard, it's your job to check that everything is in good working condition – and set some ground rules for safety.
Unfortunately, it only takes a small slip-up to spoil the fun. Each year, more than 200,000 kids are treated in hospital ERs for playground-related injuries. Fortunately, you can prevent many of them if you know what to look for around your backyard. Not sure where to start? Follow this list.
Warm sun. Cool breeze. If you have a boat, you get it. There's nothing like being out on the water.
You cherish your boat, and the memories you make there are the reason your investment is worth every penny. Having the right insurance coverage for your boat can help you float on worry-free.