Tag: homeowners insurance

23
Mar

How to Speed Up Your Spring Cleaning

Spring cleaning should be done thoroughly but that doesn’t mean it should take forever, especially with these expedited tips.  Spring marks the time in which Americans all across the nation buckle down and thoroughly clean their homes. A process which many adults consider liberating as their home feels brand new, and one that children usually associate with losing precious weekend

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16
Mar

Signs You Need to Replace Your Roof

Your roof keeps you and your family warm and dry during the worst of storms, but it is not invincible and will need to be replaced sooner or later.  Most homeowners think they are in need of a new roof after they find a leak in their ceiling. The leak could come from a variety of roofing issues. But a

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9
Mar

Get Your Home Ready for Spring

This winter has been a brutal one, make sure that your home is ready for what spring has in store for it.  Winter has come and has paved the way for spring. The season filled with greenery, showers, and blossoming flowers–it truly is a beautiful holiday. But what may seem like a nice break from winter can actually be detrimental

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2
Mar

How to Protect Your Home from Mold

Mold can not only look nasty, it can have some real respiratory problems and that is why you want to protect your home from mold.  There are about 100,000 species of mold worldwide. Mold works as nature’s decomposers, or recyclers, and turns dead organic matter back into its simple building blocks to be used as fuel for another organism which

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23
Feb

Tips on How to Inspect Your Roof

Your roof keeps your head dry from the elements of nature, but there are other reasons as to why you should inspect your roof. Whether your roof is keeping you dry during a rainy day, or cozy and warm during a cold winter, your roof is a vital part of your home. To ensure that it keeps doing its job properly

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9
Feb

Is There a Way to Prevent Frozen Pipes?

When temperatures drop to below freezing, the water inside of our home pipes can freeze and break those very pipes. Is there a way to prevent this?  Water is the stuff of life. But it can also be the stuff of much anger. When you cool water to its freezing point, it will crystallize and form what we call ice.

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2
Feb

Should You Purchase Jewelry Insurance?

Jewelry is something that we consider to be very valuable, but are these pieces of metal and stones worth insuring outside of your homeowners insurance policy? A necklace passed down for generations. A ring from a loved one. Earrings you saw through a window and knew you just had to have. Every reason why you treasure each piece of jewelry

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20
Jan

The Post About Insurance and Trees

There are many misconceptions surrounding trees and insurance when, in reality, the concept is fairly simple. If a tree falls and hits your house and no one is around to see it, are you insured? Yes! The coverage is actually quite simple: if a tree hits a home or other insured structure like a detached garage, fence, patio, the general

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9
Jan

Do You Need Personal Liability Insurance?

Personal liability insurance protects you against accidents, but how necessary is it? What is personal liability coverage? Personal liability insurance is about financial protection for not only you, but your family as well. The personal coverage you receive within your homeowners insurance policy provides coverage for property damage and bodily injury sustained by other people for which you (or your

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28
Nov

How to Plan for the Hidden Costs of Buying Your First Home

When you buy your first home, you may be surprised by the hidden costs that come along with that investment. You’re excited because you’ve just found a great, affordable home: the neighbors are great, the house is comfy, and the neighborhood is one you find pleasing. But if you’re a first-time home buyer, you might be surprised by the extra costs

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COVID-19 Update:

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