Wall cracks are a telltale sign of frost heave. Cracks are most common on the interior walls, but they can also occur on exterior walls. Other signs of frost heave can include cracked, tilted or displaced concrete floor slabs. If you notice any of these signs, you’ll want to get in touch with a foundation repair specialist.
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How to Recycle Your Christmas TreePosted on January 9, 2023 in Home Insurance, Safety,
There’s nothing like coming home to the smell of fresh pine during the holidays. If you enjoyed a real Christmas tree all holiday season, you might now be wondering how to recycle your Christmas tree.
7 Tips for Staying Safe During Extreme Cold WeatherPosted on December 27, 2022 in Safety, Insurance Tips,
Planning is smart. But just like the weather, life is rarely predictable. For whatever’s in store, Erie Insurance is with you on the journey. To learn how we can help protect you and your family.
How to Safely Heat Your HomePosted on December 13, 2022 in Home Insurance, Safety,
It’s an unfortunate fact that space heaters, fireplaces and wood-burning stoves cause more structure fires than central heat and hot-water heaters combined. This information isn’t meant to scare you into closing off the fireplace and stashing the space heater. By all means, keep enjoying them—just keep safety in mind so you can protect yourself, your family and your home against smoke and fire damage.
How Cold Weather Affects Tire PressurePosted on December 6, 2022 in Safety, Auto Insurance,
From corrosive road salt to slick roads, winter creates many challenges for drivers. Another one to add to the list: Tire pressure dips caused by lower temperatures. After all, your tires represent the only point of contact between your vehicle and the road ahead.
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