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If you plan to travel over the holiday season, you’re in good company. In 2015, AAA reported that nearly 100 million Americans—nearly one-third of the population—packed their bags and spent the holidays at least 50 miles from home. READ MORE >>

You know the old sayings about money going out the window or prices being through the roof? There is some truth to these statements when it comes to homes and energy use. The good news is there are ways to improve your home’s ability to hold onto cash—and do something good for the environment. READ MORE >>

Winter can be very tough on a home, especially if you have not taken the necessary steps to prepare for the harsh weather that is right around the corner. Winterization projects can be relatively straightforward and affordable, all the while preventing significant damages that can hinder the comfort, safety and integrity of your house throughout the colder, wetter months. READ MORE >>

 There’s nothing like returning to a warm home when it’s freezing outside. Yet cold air has many sneaky ways to follow you into your home. Fortunately, there are some easy ways to keep yours toasty all winter long. These 12 tips will help you keep cold air from entering your house. READ MORE >>

Do You Have Flood Insurance? Did you know the most costly natural disaster we face is flooding?  Most people do not have insurance for flooding.  Please note that Homeowners policies do not cover this cause of loss. READ MORE >>

Apr 26, 2016             Fix It or Risk It? Erie Insurance survey finds 60 percent of homeowners financially unprepared for both routine and unexpected home maintenance costs READ MORE >>

Take Active Steps to Reduce your Flood and Water Damage Risk Take Active Steps to Reduce your Flood & Water Damage Risk Water damage from naturally occurring floods & mechanical break downs cause extensive and catastrophic losses to homes every year. READ MORE >>

New Law Will Require Carbon Monoxide Detectors in All Homes   On March 10, 2010, Governor Doyle signed into law Senate Bill 415, legislation that requires all homes to have carbon monoxide detectors beginning on February 1, 2011. Carbon monoxide is a dangerous, poisonous gas which cannot be detected by human senses. READ MORE >>

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