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Tips for Getting Into The New Normal

As places start to reopen it is easy to see we are not back to “normal”.  COVID-19 has changed what we call normal. Here are some tips for getting into the swing of the new normal: Masks are required for many businesses- always keep one on hand Always keep sanitizer near by Maintain a safe […]

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Allstate’s Shelter-in-Place Payback

We know this is an unprecedented time. Due to shelter-in-place orders, people are off the roads more than usual. Due to the decline in driving, auto customers will receive a payback. Active bill-paying customers will get an average payback of about 15% based on monthly auto insurance premium for April and May. Give us a […]

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Time To Change Smoke Alarm Batteries!

Do you know how often you should change the batteries in your smoke alarm? Smoke alarm batteries should be changed every six months or when the time changes. With the recent time change, now is the perfect time to change the batteries. Here at Papay we have offered a giveaway! All week we have been […]

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Firework Safety

New Year’s is just around the corner. If you plan to shoot fireworks, here are some safety tips: 1. Always shoot fireworks outdoors 2. Supervise children 3. Take fire precautions 4. Stay back after firing 5. Do not point fireworks at people   Start 2020 off safely!

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Holiday Decorating Tips

Holiday decorating is fun but there are some safety precautions you should consider. Use fire-resistant decorations- check your artificial tree to make sure it is fire-resistant. Do not place decorations near candles or fire. Keep your tree fresh– if a real tree is your choice, be sure to keep it fresh. Dry trees are a […]

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Thanksgiving Safety Tips

Holiday cooking can be overwhelming for even the most seasoned cooks. So whether this is your first time or not, we have put together a couple safety tips for when the oven is rolling with casseroles and pots covering the stove! Start with a clean cooking area- grease builds up on stove tops and in […]

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Halloween Safety Tips

Halloween is just around the corner. Sweet treats and spooky costumes are loads of fun but we have some tricks to keep you and your family safe. Make sure your trick-or-treaters know safety- Walk, don’t run, stay in crosswalks and on sidewalks, always look both ways Keep your porch and yard well lit- beware of […]

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Are You Fire Ready?

Is your home prepared in the event of a fire? Here are a few tips! * Fire experts recommend you replace your smoke detectors every ten years. * Smoke alarms and carbon monoxide alarms should be located on every floor. * Test alarms often and stay on top of battery changes. * Keep a fire […]

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