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Kentucky is in our hearts, not just in our name. That’s why it’s important to us to help you navigate life’s mishaps. Welcome to Life’s Blueprints, a blog by Kentucky Farm Bureau Insurance. Here, you’ll find information that will help keep you and your loved ones safe and savvy – whether you’re on the road or at home.
 

What to do if your water heater leaks

What to do if your water heater leaks

The last thing anybody wants is a broken water heater and a flooded residence, so what are the immediate steps that should be taken if a burst does occur, and what can you do prevent this from ever even happening?

9 savvy ways to save on gas

9 savvy ways to save on gas

Are you doing all you can to reduce your environmental footprint when behind the wheel? Read on to find out.

Why should you recycle your used tires?

Why should you recycle your used tires?

Tires were built to be indestructible. While that’s great for your vehicle, it’s bad news for the Earth. So what exactly happens to our tires once we're done with them?

Don't toss that! 5 items that should never go in the trash

Don't toss that! 5 items that should never go in the trash

Have you ever wondered what to do with dead batteries, broken electronics, and burnt-out light bulbs? Read on to find out which common household items often wrongfully end up in the trash – and what you should do with them instead.

5 gadgets anyone can use for a safer, smarter home

5 gadgets anyone can use for a safer, smarter home

Embracing smart home technology can seem incredibly daunting at first, but through simple, app-based controls, professional installation services, and affordable price points, anyone can make their home a little more intelligent.

Do you have a live Christmas tree? Here's one way you can recycle it

Do you have a live Christmas tree? Here's one way you can recycle it

Through a program called “Christmas for the Fishes,” the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife (KDFW) collects discarded Christmas trees to create fish habitats.