prepare your home for winter - Spencer Insurance Agency, Inc

Winter is coming. Are you prepared?

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Winter is right around the corner.  Are you ready?  Not sure what you need to do?  Well, I am here to help you.  Spencer Insurance Agency has a “Winter Tips” section on our website.  I rather see you out sledding or skiing than repairing your car or home.

Is your car ready for winter?

And don’t forget to prepare your home for winter. Do you remember the “Ice Storm” a couple years ago?  Read over our “Winter Storm Power Outage Tips.”

Do you find yourself inside more during the winter?  This is a great time to get your finances in order.  Check out our “Tips on financial planning this winter.”

We have some additional useful links in our “Winter Section” so check them out today.

Give us a call today at 215-885-2200 for an insurance review or answers to your questions.

We hope you have an enjoyable winter and wish everyone a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.   Make sure you share your holiday pictures with us.  Post them on our Facebook page or send them to us for our newsletter.  We love seeing magical moments with your families.

 

Prepare your house for winter

I would like to share some tips with you as your prepare your house for winter.  Many of these tips will help you avoid potential homeowner’s insurance claims.  Also, now is the time to call your agent to make sure you have the proper coverage.  Having claims can increase your Homeowner’s insurance premiums.  So to help keep your insurance cost low here are a few tips:

  • Winterize your house
    • Insulate pipes
    • Insulate walls and attics
    • Caulking and weather stripping doors and window will save energy costs
    • Check your fireplace and chimney and make sure they are clean and free of nests
    • Check your thermostat and furnace
    • Clean your gutters and downspouts
    • Put new batteries in your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors
    • Make sure your fire extinguishers are in working order
    • Drain your garden hoses
    • Tune up the snow blower and drain gas from your lawn mower
    • Make sure you have snow shovels and salt
    • Learn how to shut off your water valve should a pipe burst
    • Make a plan on checking on your elderly family members

Making preparations now can help you reduce claims and save money on your homeowner’s insurance and reduce your energy costs.
For more tips on saving money on your insurance visit our website.

 

 

 

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