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Show entries from: October 2014 returned 5 result(s).

Fall Safety

Have you ever slipped on wet leaves? With all of the beautiful fall colors comes some hazards we need to keep in mind. As the leaves start to fall from the trees they pose a potential threat to drivers and pedestrians. Wet roads combined with damp leaves can be very slippery as there is minimal to no traction. This fall take a few extra minutes to get where you need especially in bad weather to ensure a safe season!

Published: 10/30/2014 12:45:00 PM - by: HRC Insurance

Halloween safety

As Halloween fast approaches, we need to keep the safety side of things in mind. With night falling faster and faster, Halloween's sunset will be around 6:08 PM meaning there will not be much time to trick or treat before the night falls. Taking simple precautions from choosing a lighter costume color to wearing a flashlight or reflective tape can help to keep everyone safe this spooky night!

Published: 10/24/2014 12:49:00 PM - by: HRC Insurance

Winterizing the Cottage

Have you ever wondered if you missed something while closing the cottage for the season? As the summer weather comes to an end, cottagers have to do the dreaded deed of winterizing the cottage. Some of the biggest worries when doing this has to be the potential for water to freeze and burst pipes, break toilets, warp motors or crush docks. The following tips will help to reduce these risks and create a stress free spring return.

Published: 10/16/2014 12:54:00 PM - by: HRC Insurance

Thanksgiving Safety

Have past Thanksgiving plans given you trouble or grief? This Thanksgiving HRC is on your side. Fire, theft, food poisoning and driving threats are all things we need to be aware of when planning for Thanksgiving. Having a few simple precautions in place can make the difference in making this Thanksgiving unforgettable.

Published: 10/9/2014 1:00:00 PM - by: HRC Insurance

Fall Boating Safety

Did you do the ice bucket challenge this summer? If so, you may have realized how frigid cold water can be and that's only a buckets worth. Imagine being in water that cold in the middle of a lake. Fall boating is an ongoing concern with less boats on the water meaning a lot less help if something goes wrong. Planning for these trips will overall reduce the risk and could possibly save lives. Below are some key points to consider when taking that last boat ride of the season.

Published: 10/2/2014 1:13:00 PM - by: HRC Insurance


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    Born under the name George Hutcheson, Hutcheson, Reynolds & Caswell Ltd. began providing insurance policies in Muskoka since the early 1900s. Bernard Reynolds joined the firm in the 1940s and purchased the firm from George Hutcheson in 1967. Finally, in 1980, David Caswell joined the company's ranks to complete Hutcheson, Reynolds and Caswell. We have grown along with our name and provide the same dedication to superior customer service and top-notch insurance coverage that George Hutcheson was famous for over 100 years ago.