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Keep your car in top condition with our seasonal tips and safety information. Find out what to do in emergency situations and how to deal with inclement weather that could affect your driving. We also answer common auto insurance questions.

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Keep your home safe with our maintenance tips and safety ideas. We offer guidance on what to do for regular upkeep of your home throughout the year. We also answer common home insurance questions.

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Take care of your valuables with our maintenance ideas and safety tips. We'll help you protect your favorite belongings indoors and out, including your technology, recreational, and home maintenance equipment. We also answer common insurance questions.

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Prevent Your Pipes from Freezing

When temperatures drop, pipes can freeze and burst, causing thousands of dollars in damage. Don’t let this happen in your home.

According to the Insurance Institute for Business & Home Safety, you could pay more than $5,000 to repair water damage caused by a frozen pipe. Save your checkbook—and your property—from the trouble.

Identify Freeze Risks

Plumbing runs throughout your home, but certain areas are exposed to a higher risk of freezing:

Also, pipes are more susceptible to freezing at certain times:

Take Preventive Measures

Insulating pipes can help reduce their risk of freezing, but you can take additional measures before winter hits:

Act Quickly

Even if you’ve completed the necessary prep work, you can still be caught off guard if temperatures suddenly drop. Here are additional precautions you can take:

Know what to do in the event of frozen pipes.

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