Kim Nanosky

Kidde Smoke-Carbon Monoxide Alarm Recall

Article originally from www.thesilverlining.com/westbendcares If you own a home or rent an apartment, there may be a safety device that gets overlooked. That device is a smoke alarm. They’re mounted on the ceiling, and we know they’re there, but we usually don’t pay attention to them. Properly installed and maintained smoke alarms are important tools for …

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Are You in the Market to Buy a Travel Trailer?

Article originally from www.thesilverlining.com/westbendcares With a worldwide pandemic, sales of travel trailers set records in 2020. Unfortunately, many buyers purchased units without knowing some important details and this resulted in some costly mistakes. If you’re considering buying a travel trailer, here are some important things to think about before purchasing. Verify the max payload Before …

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Pizza Peppers

What’s better than cheesy, gooey pizza covered with your favorite meat toppings? Deep dish cheesy, gooey pizza covered with your favorite meat toppings! Unfortunately, the calorie, fat, starch and sodium cost make this beloved dish a treat that you should splurge on only occasionally. However, I’ve found a clever way to enjoy the flavors whenever you want—without …

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How To Sign Up for Paperless Billing

ARTICLE ORIGINALLY POSTED APRIL 12, 2021 ON WWW.ERIEINSURANCE.COM Paper has a way of piling up, so why not try going paperless? For most Erie Insurance personal lines customers*, your online account and the ERIE mobile app can help you go green and reduce your carbon footprint. Now, there’s another option at your fingertips: paperless billing. Here’s how (and why!) to …

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Tips to Keep Drywall Dust at a Minimum During Home Remodeling

If you’ve remodeled your home, you know how messy drywall dust can be. Clouds of fine dust can linger in your home and cause cleanup to last weeks after your project is complete. A year and a half ago, our kitchen was under construction, to say it’s messy is an understatement. Mrs. Agent and I were …

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