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Remove the smoke alarm from the wall or ceiling and check the date it was manufactured Replace smoke detectors every 8 to 10 years Clean smoke alarms every week to remove dust and cobwebs Test smoke alarms every week Place smoke alarms in all rooms, attic and basement Replace smoke alarm batteries at least twice......
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Due to social distancing and the fact that more people are in their homes, using lap tops, stoves and fireplaces more than ever…house fires are on the rise. In the matter of a week, we found ourselves helping three different families with their New Haven house fires. How did they start? The first house fire......
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The Red Cross offered these steps to prevent house fires: Install the right number of smoke alarms. Test them once a month and replace the batteries at least once a year. Teach children what smoke alarms sound like and what to do when they hear one. Ensure that all household members know two ways to......
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You are grateful on this snowy day for the warmth and ambience of your fireplace. Fireplaces are relaxing and also help you save on energy bills. Our question is, are you taking as good of care of your fireplace as it is of you? Routine maintenance is key to following safety precautions, especially with folks......
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Sec. 38a-788-2. Definitions (a) “Public adjuster” means any person, partnership, association or corporation who or which practices as a business the adjusting of loss or damage by fire or other hazard under any policies of insurance in behalf of the insured under such policies, or who advertises or solicits business as such adjuster, or holds......
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We hear it time and time again when we are either at social gatherings or actually out in the field assisting clients, “what do you do?” When we begin to explain, there is always the following comment. Thats exciting, why haven’t I ever heard of that? Then comes the next follow up, “I wish I......
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When it All Began It all started nearly 70 years ago on Mansfield Street in New Haven. Construction of a 20-unit apartment building had just ended when fire destroyed a kitchen in one of the apartments.The owner and builder, Meyer Biller, called his insurance company and quickly became frustrated because they were trying to get......
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