Reviewing Grill & Food Safety Ahead of Cookout Season

Reviewing Grill & Food Safety Ahead of Cookout Season

Whether you’re the designated summer party grill master, or just the one who hosts the events at your house – this weekend marks the official start to the season when outdoor fun, food and enjoyment begins. As we head into the long Memorial Day weekend, Petruzelo Insurance would like to remind you about the importance […]

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Spring Safety Tips at Home & On the Road

Spring Safety Tips at Home & On the Road

Daylight savings has arrived! Many of us are excited to finally be moving away from record cold temps and snow covered – everything. Along with warmer temps and longer day light however, there are risks you should be aware of and precautions you can take to ensure your home and your travels remain safe. Spring […]

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Are You Ready to Buy a House?

Are You Ready to Buy a House?

Buying a home is a giant commitment and step in one’s life. But it’s not as easy as finding something you like and paying for it. There are a lot of steps and approval processes involved to secure a home and then live in it with peace of mind. Whether you’re looking for a place […]

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Spring Cleaning Jump-start: How to Declutter Your Home

Spring Cleaning Jump-start: How to Declutter Your Home

Winter seems to finally be making its exit, which means spring will be here before we know it. Warmer air, chirping birds and gentle breezes make this time of year very enjoyable. Spring is also a popular time for clearing spaces and decluttering what’s accumulated over the winter months (or much longer for some of […]

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Prepping Your Home for Winter Safety

Prepping Your Home for Winter Safety

As each season passes in New England and we move through the various temperature and weather changes, we’ll likely update our wardrobe, maybe pull out the pool floats, or hunker down for a cold winter. As we do these things, we’re thinking about what lies ahead. It’s important as the seasons change to also keep […]

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Thanksgiving Safety on the Road and at the Table

Thanksgiving Safety on the Road and at the Table

One of the many reasons Thanksgiving is a coveted holiday today is because it sets aside a time to slow down from the daily rush and be with family – bonding, showing gratitude and eating lots of great food. While this isn’t completely the same as the original First Thanksgiving celebrated by the Pilgrims, it’s […]

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Tips to Keep Home Heating Costs in Control this Winter

Tips to Keep Home Heating Costs in Control this Winter

Being a homeowner comes with many responsibilities. From regular maintenance, to repair costs, to keeping the premises safe for your family and visitors – there is a lot that goes along with the perk of owning your own home. In New England, where the winters can get brutally cold, there’s also the added cost of […]

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Holiday Fire Safety in Your Home

Holiday Fire Safety in Your Home

Winter holidays are a perfect time to catch up with loved ones, mingle over a home cooked meal and exchange gifts in front of the tree and crackling fireplace. It’s also the peak season for home fires. Being vigilant about fire precautions in the home is especially critical over the holidays. Here are some tips […]

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Create a Plan and Gather Supplies to Prepare for Severe Weather

Severe weather such as a hurricane, tornado, or blizzard can strike at any time of the year. Sometimes a storm is forecast days in advance and people have time to prepare, and at other times severe weather occurs without warning or is more serious than meteorologists predicted. If a severe storm strikes your area, you […]

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How to Prevent Kitchen Fires While Cooking

Every day, fires break out at homes all over the United States. More house fires start in the kitchen than in any other place. The most common cause of a house fire is cooking. Everybody needs to eat, so that means most families will cook several times a week. Here are some tips that everyone […]

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