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Observe Fire Safety Month
October is Fire Safety Month, which makes it a good time to take some basic steps to protect your home and your family:
Install smoke detectors, test them once a month and replace the batteries every year. Make sure the smoke detectors you choose have been approved by Underwriters Laboratory or some other national agency.
If a member of your household is hearing-impaired, choose a smoke detector that uses lights to indicate a fire.
Know how to get out of your house in case of fire, and practice your plan, especially with children.
Have your furnace and fireplace checked before the winter begins in earnest.
Check electrical cords for damage, and don't overload outlets.
Get rid of piles of paper and other trash that could feed a fire.
Check with us to make sure that your home insurance has sufficient coverage for fire damage.