Week 4 – National Building Safety Month – Remodel to Code!

Your home is your families biggest investment. So when you go to remodel please use a licensed contractor and make sure you file for all necessary building permits. In some jurisdiction you will need a building permit to change your kitchen sink faucet. Keep documentation that your remodel was built to current building codes. If…

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Week 3 – National Building Safety Month – America’s Preparathon!

The ICC together with the Federal Emergency Management Agency are getting America's families ready! Week 3 of National Building Safety Month is all about getting your own plan in order. Family Emergency Plan Evacuation Plan Shelter in Place Communication is key in any emergency. Listen to the warnings. And remember – sometimes texts can go…

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Week 2 – Building Safety Month – You sleep when the wind blows!

At Deeley Insurance Group we want you to have peace of mind. When the wind kicks up we want you to be so secure in your risk management and insurance programs that you sleep. You deserve it. Week two of National Building Safety Month talks about the science behind the building codes. Building codes are…

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New Changes to the NFIP

Changes to the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), through which homeowners obtain flood insurance, went into effect on April 1, 2016. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) believes that these changes will help homeowners by aligning insurance premiums with their area’s flood risk and by making more funds available for reimbursement in the event of…

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Proposed Training for Entry-level CMV Operators

OVERVIEW On March 7, 2016, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) proposed new training standards for individuals applying for a new commercial driver’s license (CDL). The standards would also apply for CDL upgrades and certain CDL endorsements—hazardous materials, passenger or school bus. The proposal would require affected individuals to complete a course of instruction…

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