Preparing for Winter Storms
“Super Storm” Juno is now a memory. Delaware Valley residents were impacted by the storm but thankfully not to the extent the modeling indicated. While thankful for the result, it is important to remember that winter is far from ending. Being prepared is critical when a winter storm is in our path. The Travelers has excellent tips on issues that we all face in the event of a storm. Click on to https://www.travelers.com/prepare-prevent/mother-nature/winter-storm-safety/storm-preparedness.aspx and learn how to prepare for a storm, ice dam and snow removal, snow shoveling, staying warm, generator safety and driving tips.
Author: George A. Pester, CIC, Vice President, Personal Insurance
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