Please visit

allstate.com/holidaydecorator

on your tablet or computer for full experience.

Click desired decoration, click to drop into place.

Drag and drop decorations into place.

Click the lights box. Click from point to point to string. Double-click to stop.

Tap the lights box. Drag from point to point to string. Double-tap to stop.

Click Snow Machine to add more snow.

Tap Snow Machine to add more snow.

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Water pipes have the potential to freeze and burst when the outside temperature reaches 20 °F or below.
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Use a hairdryer to thaw a frozen pipe.
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Leave cabinet doors open to allow heat to reach exposed pipes.
Leaving your packages outside your home can draw unwanted attention from burglars.
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Give the appearance of being home by:
  • - Setting automatic timers on lights.
  • - Asking a neighbor to get your mail.
Thefts and break-ins often increase during the holidays, since thieves know that many homes are empty and cars are stocked with high-priced gifts.
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Break down boxes and only put them out when garbage and recycling is being collected.
Candles are the most likely cause of home fires during the holidays, causing thousands of dollars in damage per accident.
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Consider battery-operated flameless candles which can look, smell and feel like real candles - without the flame.
Christmas trees start an average of 230 home fires per year, causing $18.3 million in damage.
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Water real trees daily to avoid drying out
  • - Place tree on a sturdy stand.
  • - Keep away from any heat source like candles or space heaters.
Home fires jump 15% during the holiday season.
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Avoid linking more than three light strands together, unless the directions indicate it is safe.