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Our weather in Chicago has been relatively mild but soon the cold is coming! 


There are a few easy things you can do to reduce the probability of a claim in your house this winter as well as being safe for you and your family.


+ Check your heating ducts to make sure they are free of debris and properly insulated. 


+ Check under the sinks to make sure there isn't a draft that can freeze your pipes this winter.


+ Before lighting up your fireplace, homeowners should have the chimney inspected for animals, debris and leaves that may have fallen in.


+ We recommend you test all smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors and install new batteries. We recommend replacing  any smoke and/or carbon monoxide detectors at least every 5-7 years.


+  Gutters should be cleaned to prevent rainwater from backing up a frezzing which causes the gutter to expand and crack.


+  Drain and disconnect all outside hoses from the faucets.


+ Have an emergency kit ready in case of a severe winter storm.  Your kit shouldinclude, flashlights, candles and matches, a first aid kit, bottled water, canned/non perishable food,  and battery powered radio


At Anderson Insurance Brokers, we have a variety of home insurance companies.  We can make sure you have the right coverage for the right price.



Call us at #630-681-8000 or #773-588-3500.  Or, visit our website at www.andersoninsurancebrokers.com and fill out a quote form.      

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