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The Florida Peninsula Insurance blog includes personal safety tips and home safety articles that can help you lead a safer life and prevent damage to your home. Many risks to your personal safety and home exist, but many may be avoided if you’re armed with the right knowledge. We provide a variety of safety tips and resources about how to protect yourself, your family and your home, as well as important information you should know about personal property coverage and factors that could impact your home insurance.

The Most Common Fire Hazards In Your Home

Prevent a fire by identifying the most common fire hazards in your home.

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Protect Your Home While on Vacation

You can enjoy your vacation and keep your property safe.

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When Lightning Strikes, be prepared

It is very important for all of us to take all the necessary precautions to protect ourselves from lightning.

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Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

Florida Peninsula Insurance Company provides tips for preventing carbon monoxide poisoning.

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Safety Games for Kids

Florida Peninsula Insurance Company offers safety game ideas for children.

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How to Identify an Unlicensed Contractor

A checklist to consider before hiring a contractor for your home

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Snowbirds Protecting Homes for the Summer

How to keep your home safe if you are a snowbird

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Water Safety Tips for Your Home

Water safety home tips for children and adults

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Keeping your backyard a safe spot outdoors

How to stay safe outdoors at your home

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Safe Steps for Senior Safety

We are providing some simple ways to ensure a safer home for your loved ones.

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