As winter makes its final appearance, and snowstorms dwindle down to a few flurries, it’s time to retire your snow blower for the season. Prepping your snow blower is simple, but important. A few steps now will save you major headaches come next winter. 1. Where to store. Find an out-of-the-way spot to store your […]

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March through June is peak tornado season in the United States, and an average of 1,224 tornadoes touch down per year across the country, according to U.S. Tornados.com. While the central part of the country, known as “Tornado Alley,” sees the most tornadoes, it’s important to keep in mind that they can occur anywhere if […]

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If your winter was like mine, your snow blower saw plenty of use. Between big snow storms and day-to-day touchups from drifts and small snow falls, it felt like I would never part with this beloved piece of outdoor power equipment. But now spring is here, the grass is turning green and lawn mower tune-up […]

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Before you depart for spring break with the family, consider these security tips to keep your home safe and sound while you’re away. Yard upkeep plays a significant role in deterring home invasion, so Briggs & Stratton has gathered some helpful suggestions below. According to ADT Home Security, a home invasion occurs every 13 seconds […]

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