Winter weather: 9 tips

When temperatures are forecast to dip dangerously low in your area, it’s an ideal time to share information with customers about preventing frozen pipes, driving safely and more. To make it easy, we’ve prepared these quick tips.

Be prepared for winter weather! Safeco Mobile lets you manage your account, request Roadside Assistance, submit an auto claim and track your claims. Available now to download for Android: http://spr.ly/61808TZ4O and Apple iOS devices: http://spr.ly/61848TZ4r.

Ice dams can cause leaks and roof damage! Here’s how to prevent them this winter: http://bit.ly/1yBIH7k

Are you a Safeco customer experiencing damage from fallen trees? Here are 5 things you should know: http://bit.ly/2AeXD6E

It’s cold outside! Here are two simple ways you can help prevent frozen pipes: 1. Open kitchen and bathroom cabinet doors to allow warmer air to circulate around the plumbing. 2. Keep heat at 55 degrees or higher even when you are out of town. More tips here: http://bit.ly/22NMcJf

Cold weather is coming! To prevent frozen pipes, turn on both hot and cold faucets near outside walls to allow a small trickle of water to run during the night. More great tips here: http://bit.ly/22NMcJf

Store a winter driving survival kit in the event you end up on the roads during a snowstorm. More bad weather tips: http://bit.ly/14Q5pAj

Improperly installed floor mats can interfere with operation of your brake and accelerator. Learn more here: http://1.usa.gov/1K1i4xL

The roads get dicey when they’re icy. Here’s how you can stay safe if you’re driving during or after a winter storm: http://bit.ly/1mCkPRW

Don’t let your good driving habits slide during bad weather. Tips for driving on slippery roads: http://bit.ly/JKzYg4


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