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Quarterly Newsletter, October 2018

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Quarterly Newsletter - October 2018

Few events are more terrifying than a wildfire threatening your home and the safety of your family. If you live in a wooded area, you should take precautions now to ensure that you can evacuate your family safely, when needed.

The following are steps every homeowner should take to prepare for a wildfire:

-Verify your Homeowners Policy Coverage

-Inventory your belongings

-Comply with Brush Clearance Requirements

-Pay attention to landscaping

-Protect & maintain your home

-Utilize wildfire devices & services

-Evacuation Plan

If you would like a copy of the detailed report summarized above, please contact our office at [email protected] for your copy of *Wildfire Preparedness Checklist

*Provided by Suzanne Canfield @ HUB International


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