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Thankfully, most people haven’t had to contain a fire. But take a moment to think about how you would react during a fire emergency. Would you know what to do? Knowing how to operate a fire extinguisher could mean the difference between minor damage and a full-scale disaster at your business. READ MORE >>

From old clothes to unused furniture to garden tools in triplicate, your spring cleaning has reminded you of just how much stuff you have crammed into your home. Riding your cleaning momentum, you decide to follow the example set by millions of Americans annually and host a garage sale. READ MORE >>

To make sure you're adequately protected, we recommend a yearly review of all of your insurance policies. This questionnaire helps make that review quick and efficient. Please take a moment to answer the questions and email, fax (262-697-1961) or mail this page back to us. READ MORE >>

As millions of Americans hit the road for their summer vacations, they’ll be looking for places to stay. The explosive growth of web/app-based home-sharing services like Airbnb has grabbed the attention of homeowners everywhere, so if you’re considering opening your home to travelers for a fee this summer, consider your home insurance policy. READ MORE >>

This spring and summer, as warm weather returns to much of the United States, parks and outdoor recreation places will once again buzz with activity. The dog parks, playgrounds, ball fields and drone parks will play host to millions of fun- and warmth-loving creatures of all kinds. READ MORE >>

There’s nothing better than cozying up to a warm fire on a cool fall night. This is especially, true when you can do so in the comfort of your own backyard. For many, having a fire pit means spending time with family, friends and (hopefully) indulging in some S’mores. How to get started? READ MORE >>

Summer is a season of recreational fun and personal relaxation. Unfortunately, summer is also the riskiest season of the year. Summer is a season of recreational fun and personal relaxation; a blissful stretch blessed with balmy weather to enjoy long weekends with friends and family, the children and grandchildren off from school. READ MORE >>

It’s tax season again, and Business Insider reported that the average federal tax refund in America this year is expected to be around $2,895.00. Using HomeAdvisor’s True Cost Guide, we put together a handy list of home improvement projects that you could tackle with your federal return money and still come in under budget. READ MORE >>

It’s that time of year, again. Severe thunderstorms, damaging winds, large hail and tornadoes will start to be a mainstay in the forecasts. Tornadoes can strike in any season, but occur most often in the spring and summer months, according to Ready.gov. READ MORE >>

Your yard goes dormant throughout the winter, and the cold temperatures can seriously wear it down. Help your yard recover from winter with these tips. Remove any patches of damaged lawn. Salt, plows and disease can do a number on your grass, so use a metal rake to remove any dead or damaged patches. READ MORE >>

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