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Despite our spring-like weather last week, winter is back with a vengeance and Winter Storm Stella is set to hit early Tuesday morning. With blizzard conditions, strong winds and more than a foot of snow expected across much of New England, here are some reminders about staying safe during the storm.

For your Home

  • Keep your pipes toasty - As the temperature drops outside on Monday night, make sure to set your thermostat inside to a warm temperature to avoid freezing pipes.
  • Charge up - Stock up on flashlights and batteries in case you lose power from the powerful winds that are expected.
  • Gas up – Make sure you have plenty of gasoline for your snow blower and generator.

 

On the Road

  • Know before you go - Know the road conditions and try to avoid driving during the storm and wait until roads have been cleared if possible.
  • Dig out and clean - Clear your car of all snow, including your windows, lights, mirrors, exhaust pipe and roof before driving.
  • Don't rush it - Drive slowly and make sure to leave enough space for stopping. Remember, it takes more time and distance to stop in wintry conditions.

 

We are here to help during and after the storm. If you need to file a claim, you can do so by calling us at 603.280.4200 or by visiting the claim reporting section of our website, here.

 

Stay safe and warm this week!

 

Thank you to our friends at Plymouth Rock Assurance for this great info

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