April Showers Can Cause Water Damage

April showers bring May flowers, but they can also bring rainstorms that can cause flood damage to your property! Be sure to take the proper steps to protect your property. Check out FEMA’s “How to Prepare for a Flood,” which includes flood basics, info on emergency notifications and how to protect yourself before, during and…

Food Safety After a Power Outage

Hurricanes and other natural disasters are frequently accompanied by a power outage. Oftentimes, the lack of power is as great a danger as the storm itself. If the power is out for less than four hours, the food in your refrigerator is most likely fine, provided the door was left shut. After four hours, things…

Making Emergency Preparedness Fun for Kids

Having a family emergency preparedness plan is essential, especially in coastal areas or other places prone to natural disasters. If you have a family with children, getting your children involved is an essential part of the plan. Facing a natural disaster is scary for everyone, but especially for kids. If they are involved in the…

Fire Tips for Seniors

Senior citizens have a higher risk of death or injury from a fire than younger individuals. However, there are important safety precautions from the United Sates Fire Administration that can dramatically decrease your risk of injury or death because of a fire. Check your smoke detectors regularly to ensure they are in working condition. You…

Deeley Group Serves – The Philanthropic Arm of Deeley Group

Deeley Group Serves was recently formed as the employee led philanthropic arm of Deeley Insurance Group. Deeley Group surveyed our team on how to improve our culture and workplace. We had an overwhelming response for better ways to give back to our amazing community. We are incredibly lucky to work near the beach and for…

Carbon Monoxide Laws for MD Rentals

Carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning is colorless and odorless, but extremely poisonous. Over 150 people in the United States die each year because of CO poisoning from common products like generators, furnaces, stoves, and fireplaces. The Maryland General Assembly recently passed House Bill 0849 and Senate Bill 0182, making it required by law for all rental…