After a day on the ski hill or an afternoon of shoveling, there’s nothing quite like warming up by a wood burning fireplace. To enjoy your fire with peace of mind, take the proper steps to protect your family and your home from potential hazards like chimney fires and accidental burns. If you’re using a wood or pellet stove, you’ll want to do some additional research so you’re familiar with how operate it safely. Otherwise, here’s everything you need to know to safely enjoy your wood burning fireplace and stay warm during the next polar vortex.
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You just had a major fire at your business and now your doors are closed indefinitely. While your property policy will cover the costs to repair or..
If you’re planning this year to host a larger party or event with alcohol at your home or at a venue, remember that you are responsible for your guests' behaviour.
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