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Tips to survive the mosquito explosion

Posted by Scott Stueber on Sep 18, 2018 9:41:43 AM

Swat, splat, bang. These are common sounds at my house. The reason for these sounds is mosquitos are invading us. I don’t recall them ever being this bad! Strong storms accompanied by heavy rain, and warm temperatures in Wisconsin at the end of August have caused the mosquito population to explode!

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If Mother Nature knocks over a tree in your yard, do you have insurance coverage?

Posted by Scott Stueber on Sep 11, 2018 9:45:47 AM

Last week’s blog identified areas of your property you should inspect after a severe storm. Some of those areas include roof, siding, outdoor structures, and fallen trees.

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What type of damage to look for after a storm goes through your neighborhood [Infographic]

Posted by Scott Stueber on Sep 4, 2018 11:35:15 AM

Severe weather can pop up in your neighborhood quickly. If severe weather strikes, your first priority should be taking cover and protecting your family. Unfortunately, the damage after severe weather can wreak havoc on your home and neighborhood. Common types of storm damage to your home can be caused by wind, water, or hail.

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Tips to make sure your sump pump is ready for spring [Infographic]

Posted by Scott Stueber on Mar 13, 2018 9:00:00 AM

According to Tom, West Bend claims manager, March, April, and May are typically heavy volume months for sump pump claims. Significant temperature fluctuations in the late winter and early spring months can result in a lot of pooling water and saturated soil. As a result, sump pump claims often come in fast and furiously.

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Understanding your car sensors and tips to keep them clean

Posted by Scott Stueber on Feb 20, 2018 10:10:23 AM

A few months ago, I purchased a new car. Because my previous car was 10 years old, it didn’t have all the safety technology that’s installed on new cars.

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Tips to prevent your home from starting on fire this winter

Posted by Scott Stueber on Feb 6, 2018 9:00:00 AM

Howling winds, drifting snow, and cold temperatures make it challenging at times to leave the comfort and warmth of our homes. Snuggling up by a warm fire, with a book or tablet and a cup of coffee is relaxing.

If you choose to use a fireplace or other supplemental methods to heat your home, please make sure you take the necessary precautions.

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Eight winter safety tips to protect seniors from injury

Posted by Scott Stueber on Jan 30, 2018 9:52:33 AM

Cold winter weather can take its toll on our homes, cars, and bodies. Frozen pipes, dead car batteries, and bodily injuries, are common and often require us to seek help from a professional.

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Thirteen ice fishing safety tips you need to know

Posted by Scott Stueber on Jan 23, 2018 11:06:23 AM

During the winter months, frozen lakes host a flurry of outdoor activities. Anglers, ice shanties, and recreational vehicles are a common scene.

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Tick invasion: What you need to know

Posted by Scott Stueber on Jun 6, 2017 10:44:55 AM

It's been reported in the news that the 2017 tick season is going to be worse than usual. If you're wondering why they're anticipating such a bad season, there's some supporting evidence.

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How to Safeguard Your Roof From Hazardous Weather

Posted by Scott Stueber on May 16, 2017 9:00:00 AM

Nothing puts you on edge like a big storm. Whether it’s pounding rain and crashing thunder or a blizzard that knocks out the power for days, nasty weather can have you questioning your family’s fundamental security—and the steadfastness of the home that keeps you safe.

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