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Wednesday, May 26, 2021Conducting an annual home audit can help you identify and address unchecked safety risks that may be present in and outside of your home. Even the smallest and most common household issues can turn into a potentially life-threatening hazard if they’re left unchecked. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, November 18, 2020Home insurance is designed to cover your home and items against several different risks. However, basic home insurance policies don’t cover everything. In most circumstances, home insurance policies will not cover water damage to your physical home or your personal belongings. READ MORE >>
Thursday, July 30, 2020 Getting the right homeowners insurance requires a lot of thought and attention. After all, no two properties or the houses on them are alike. It is important that your insurance protect your specific home, belongings and family members. To do so, you will need to customize your policy to your advantage. READ MORE >>
Friday, February 28, 2020Spring is practically here, and with it comes flowers, bugs, and a multitude of storms. Depending on where you live, you may be at more danger than other homeowners to the elements. Tornadoes, hurricanes and floods all threaten the safety of homeowners across the U.S. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, December 5, 2018When you retire, you likely see your income restrict. When it does, you'll want to keep your budget in line. That will likely mean you have to review regular household costs. These might include things like your homeowners insurance rates. What can you do to keep your insurance costs in line, even as age or income make home upkeep a bit more challenging? READ MORE >>
Tuesday, December 13, 2016A household fire is often the worst nightmares of any homeowner. Even though most homeowners insurance covers fire damages, you don’t want to face the prospect of using your policy. Fires can start in almost any location in your home. Fires that start in bedrooms can cause the worst impacts. READ MORE >>