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6/18/2017  Summer Safety Tips

For many, summer means barbecue season, pool parties, kids’ play dates and outdoor fun. Be safe this summer with the following the following tips.

Grilling:

Trampolines:

Fire pits:

 

Pool time:
  • Never leave children alone in or near a pool without adult supervision – that one second could be all it takes for something to happen.
  • In addition to privacy fences, consider a lock for the gate and an additional mesh pool fence directly around the pool itself.
  • Consider Wi-Fi motion sensors, lights and cameras that connect to your smartphone so you can monitor the backyard and
  • the pool from practically anywhere to make sure no one enters the backyard when you aren’t there.

Review your homeowner’s insurance policy and talk to us if you have questions, regarding your coverage and potential liability issues. 

 




5/14/2017  Avoiding Drowning Accidents

Spring and summer months bring warmer weather, outdoor cookouts, and water activities. Whether you plan to spend time out on a boat, on the beach or lakeside, or simply hanging by the pool, it’s important to be safe.

Basic knowledge of pool and water safety to help reduce the likelihood of a drowning or water related accident. With your safety in mind, we offer you the following tips to reduce the likelihood that you or a loved one are involved in an accident.


Abiding by these tips can go a long way towards ensuring that you have a safe and relaxing summer.