Virginia Winter Storm Survival Guide

in insider, homeowner tips, snow, ice, safety tips, carbon monoxide, driving, report a claim, fireplace, homeowners insurance, auto insurance, Virginia, winter, severe weather, coverage, claim, car insurance, home heating, cold weather, family, roadside assistance, insurance claim, frozen pipes, damage Jan 3, 2020

Whether you're new to Virginia or lived here for some time, we have some super helpful information to help you prepare and protect your family this winter!

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How and Where to Recycle Your Christmas Tree in Virginia

in homeowner tips, fireplace, Virginia, fire prevention, local, home fire, holidays, damage, environment, farming, recycle, Christmas, tree Dec 26, 2019

Cover picture by (Spencer R. Layne/U.S. Navy)   If you have a fresh Christmas tree that needs to be disposed of, we've got resources. There are plenty of sustainable, green cleaning ways to put your tree to good use rather than putting it in the local landfill. Just remember it's important to do it promptly rather than leave it sitting in or outside your house. Dry Christmas trees can quickly become a fire hazard and can even burn faster than...

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The One Thing You Should Do To Your Home This Fall

in homeowner tips, Virginia, winter, diy, fall, cold weather, weather, home, insurance claim, frozen pipes, damage Oct 20, 2019

Fall is busy. The holidays are expensive. We get it. We still highly recommend you to some basic winterizing to your home to avoid more expensive problems this winter. Fire is a major winter hazard for homes, so make sure the next thing on your list includes fire prevention measures. But if don't have a lot of time or money to do things to your home right now, there's one thing you absolutely shouldn't skip.  

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