How to Be COVID Safe This Halloween

Halloween will be extra trickier this year with the coronavirus pandemic. State officials in New Hampshire have said trick-or-treating can still happen—but it should be done with some precautions.  Here are some COVID-19 guidelines to keep in mind.  ■ Stay home if you are sick. Don’t trick-or-treat and don’t give out candy.  ■ Everyone should wear a mask—parents, homeo...
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Tips for Fire Pits and Cookout Safety

Tips for Fire Pits and Cookout Safety
We are in the peak season for cookouts. This year, amid a global pandemic with restrictions on travel and bars and restaurants, getting together with friends and family in the backyard is that much more appealing.There are few things more relaxing on a summer night than food and friends around your fire pit. But it can also be dangerous if proper safety measures aren’t followed. Here are a fe...
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Signs Your Space Heater Should be Replaced

Signs Your Space Heater Should be Replaced
Temperatures across New Hampshire have finally reached the point where families are taking out their space heater from storage. While these units can provide much needed heat during the colder days, The Insurance Center would like to share important guidelines to help keep your family safe. “Safety should always be the number one priority before plugging in a space heater,” said Robert J. ...
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Night Time Driving Tips for Weary Thanksgiving Travelers

Night Time Driving Tips for Weary Thanksgiving Travelers
November is one of the most traveled months of the year, and as a result it is also one of the most hazardous times to be on the road. As you make travel arrangements to see friends and family this Thanksgiving, The Insurance Center urges motorists to heed these safety precautions to stay safe on the road. “Historically, millions of drivers hit the road around Thanksgiving to see their fam...
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A Short Guide to Preparing Your Home for the Winter

A Short Guide to Preparing Your Home for the Winter
With seasonal festivities quickly approaching, it can be easy to forget essential chores that should be completed in November. Before bone-chilling temperatures arrive in New Hampshire, The Insurance Center encourages you to take appropriate steps to winterize your home.   “Preparing your home for the harsher temperatures of winter is important because it saves homeowners time a...
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A Homeowner’s Guide to Keeping Guests Safe on Halloween

A Homeowner’s Guide to Keeping Guests Safe on Halloween
Halloween is one of the most dangerous nights for children. With kids roaming the streets in the dark, it is easy to see why homeowners and parents need to take extra precautions to keep kids safe. In advance of the spooky night, The Insurance Center is sharing a few precautions to help prevent accidents. A hallmark of Halloween is the jack-o’-lanterns that adorn houses this time of year. ...
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An Invisible Threat Could Be Lurking in Your Home

An Invisible Threat Could Be Lurking in Your Home
Here are Six Ways to Prevent CO Exposure More families are turning up the thermostat to stay warm during the chillier nights, and by doing so they could be putting their loved ones at risk. With temperatures starting to drop every night, the Insurance Center encourages homeowners to be mindful of preventing carbon monoxide (CO) exposure this season. The colorless, odorless fume is prod...
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Make Your Home Safer This National Baby Safety Month

Make Your Home Safer This National Baby Safety Month
Prevent Injuries at Home With These Baby Safety Tips It is normal for babies to wander and explore their environment. This exploration gives them an opportunity to learn how the world works. While it can be exciting for kids to gain confidence in your home, The Insurance Center would like to highlight a few safety hazards in observance of National Baby Safety Month. “Toddlers see the w...
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Safety Precautions to Prevent Accidents This Back-to-School Season

Safety Precautions to Prevent Accidents This Back-to-School Season
At the start of September, countless yellow buses served as a reminder to motorists that school is back-in-session. With more children getting ready to go to school every morning, The Insurance Center would like to share a few suggestions to make sure everyone arrives to their destination safely and on time. School buses can be seen in residential neighborhoods around 7 a.m. on a regular ...
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College Kids Could Still Use Your Support

College Kids Could Still Use Your Support
Insurance Tips for Families with College Bound Kids Sending kids to college can be an exciting and emotionally charged experience for parents. With school and dorm supplies on your mind, it is easy to overlook the new insurance needs of your family. As part of our commitment to help keep your family financially secure, The Insurance Center would like to highlight a few insurance tips for f...
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