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Main Street Insurance Reminds Its Ohio Business Insurance Clients to Reset Their Smoke Detectors After the Time Change

November 13, 2011

Daylight savings has come and passed, but some home and business owners may have forgotten to ensure that their smoke and carbon monoxide detectors are in working order.

Huntington, West Virginia (PRWEB) November 13, 2011

The team at local Main Street Insurance knows that turning the clocks back in the fall can create some adjustment problems for companies. While many business owners are well prepared for the time change, there is one thing that they often forget to do: reset their office smoke detectors. As experienced experts who have helped countless companies obtain the West Virginia, Kentucky, Virginia and Ohio business insurance they need, the insurance professionals at Main Street Insurance know how devastating an office fire can be, especially one that could have been prevented.

It is recommended that home and business owners change the batteries in their smoke and carbon monoxide detectors at least once per year, and daylight savings is often designated as a day on which these individuals are reminded to do so. With Ohio business insurance, local companies do not have to worry about the cost of replacing damaged business equipment after a fire. However, what if a blaze began while employees were in the office or workers became seriously ill due to undetected carbon monoxide? This is why it is so important to maintain smoke and carbon monoxide detectors.

Some experts say that the warning from smoke detectors can cut the risk of death in half when a home or office fire breaks out. The experts at Main Street Insurance understand that business owners have a lot on their plates, but itâs imperative that they take the time (the extra hour they gain during daylight savings) to maintain their officesâ smoke and carbon monoxide detectors.

The team at Main Street Insurance does more than just provide Kentucky business owners insurance and similar policies in West Virginia, Virginia and Ohio; its experts are committed to helping their clients avoid potential accidents that could lead to claims on their insurance policies. Although itâs essential to have financial protection in place with commercial insurance, it doesnât mean that there are not other steps left to take in order to prevent these mishaps in the first place!

About Main Street Insurance:

Since 1976, Main Street Insurance has flourished as an independent West Virginia insurance broker devoted to providing local residents and businesses with top-of-the-line insurance coverage. Located in Huntington, West Virginia, Main Street Insurance serves customers from West Virginia, Kentucky, Virginia and Ohio. As an independent insurance brokerage, Main Street Insurance is able to compare quotes from national carriers in order to provide its clients with the most comprehensive and affordable coverage.

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