We value your privacy. We may collect personal information from you for business, marketing, and commercial purposes. Read more
We value your privacy. We may collect personal information from you such as identifying information (name, address, driver's license number), transactional information (products or services purchased and payment history), digital network activity (interactions with our website, IP address), geo-location data, audio recordings and other forms of personal information. We use this information for business, marketing and commercial purposes, including but not limited to, providing the products and services you request, processing your claims, protecting against fraud, maintaining security, confirming your identity and offering you other insurance and financial products.
For California residents, click here to view the full version of the California Consumer Privacy Notice.Para español, haga clic aquí para ver la versión completa del Aviso de Privacidad del Consumidor de California. Read less
Start Of Main Content
Fires in your home can devastate your family and property alike. Increase your fire preparedness with these basic fire safety and prevention tips.
Stop, drop and roll is only the beginning — fire safety games and practice can help kids get educated.
A home inspector can help make sure your dream home won't be a nightmare. Also learn what to expect before the inspection.
Get answers and know the facts about automatic sprinkler systems.
You're going to need more than one and there are different types, so read this.
Carbon monoxide is poisonous to humans and animals. Learn the warning signs to prevent CO poisoning.
Don't let your extension cords become potential fire hazards.
A fire at your place of business is a double whammy. Take steps to prevent fires.
What Are Some Different Residential Electrical Hazards?
Over half of home electrical fires are related to wiring problems. Is your home at risk?
Become familiarized with the ways to safely use these supplemental heat sources.
Description of collection
These steps can help you and your family recover after a house fire.
Prepare your babysitter for success and emergency situations by leaving important information about your house, your family and your child.
Help kids understand what to do in the event of a weather emergency, and get our emergency preparedness tips for you and your family.
Prepare now so you can act quickly.
Wireless-enabled components and real-time monitoring are just a few of the updates changing home security systems. Whether you DIY yours or hire a pro install, here are a few terms and considerations.
A home inventory can expedite insurance claims process after theft, damage or loss.
Wet basement problems can cost you thousands of dollars. Here are steps to help identify the source of the water and ways to minimize your risk.
The next time you need to renew your insurance policies, consider taking these steps to make sure you have the proper coverage for your property.
Learn the difference between the replacement cost and market value coverage types.
You may want to consider a personal article insurance or personal liability insurance policy to help protect your possessions, your home and your future earnings.
What is Personal Property and Casualty Insurance? Learn more information on automobile, homeowners, watercraft, condo, renters and more.
Shady contractors and home repair scams can cost you. Discover tips to protect yourself from repair scams by learning how to spot home repair fraud.
If your area got hit hard by recent storms, scammers may arrive offering repairs to your roof and other property damaged. Learn to spot them.
Stay safe when you need a portable generator to provide temporary power to your home.
Ready to take the plunge on a DIY home project? Looking to save a few dollars in the process? It pays to weigh all of your options before you start the projects.
Weather conditions can weaken or destroy your roof system. Impact-resistant shingles can help.
Learn how to prevent costly water damage and the different water leak detection systems with automatic shutoff valves available on the market today.
The information in this article was obtained from various sources not associated with State Farm®. While we believe it to be reliable and accurate, we do not warrant the accuracy or reliability of the information. These suggestions are not a complete list of every loss control measure. The information is not intended to replace manuals or instructions provided by the manufacturer or the advice of a qualified professional. Nor is it intended to effect coverage under our policy. State Farm makes no guarantees of results from use of this information.