The Best Smart Appliances To Consider

We may not yet have the robot butlers that science fiction promised would be serving us by now. But we’re at the dawn of a new age: the “Internet of Things,” in which everyday mechanical objects – street lights, cars, … Continued

Safety Tips for The Holidays

From candles to candy and trees to toys, nearly every joyful holiday tradition also carries the potential for accidents and injuries. Safety experts say a bit of forethought and preparation can head off many common holiday mishaps. In fact, recent … Continued

How to Winterize Your Home [INFOGRAPHIC]

The cold winter weather can send chills up your spine and through your wallet. Here are some tips from Nationwide to help you stay warm and lower energy costs by winterizing your home.  

Moving Checklists

Whether you are getting ready to move, pack or spending the first night in your new home; here are a few checklists to make your moving experience easier. Click on the link below to download and print these checklists.  

Tips to Ease the Moving Experience

Moving can be both exciting and stressful at the same time. Based on our experience here at Nationwide, we’ve compiled some moving tips, packing advice and checklists to help you through the process of getting into your new home.  

Condo vs. Townhouse: Which One Should You Call Home?

Price, size, privacy. If you’re in the market for a townhouse or condominium, there are differences in the two types of residences and several things to consider before buying. Use the buying tips and information on the differences between the … Continued

A Lesson in Lightning Safety: Prevent and Protect

The summer months of June through August see the largest number of home fires caused by lightning strikes. How do you help protect your family and your home? We’ve compiled this primer on the risks of lightning and the precautions … Continued

7 Tips For Safe and Happy Trick-Or-Treating

Halloween is a night of fun and fright, but it does require extra caution when it comes to keeping your little monsters safe. According to Safe Kids Worldwide, “on average, twice as many child pedestrians are killed while walking on … Continued