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Thursday, February 15, 2018 This has been a long, cold winter, and it is not over yet. During periods of extreme cold, it's up to you to see to your home's safety and security. One task you'll likely need to undertake is protecting your plumbing and pipe systems. Periods of extreme cold can cause harm to your plumbing. READ MORE >>
Thursday, December 15, 2016Windows are a key structural component of your home, and a valuable one at that. There is no doubt that maintaining and securing your windows helps keep your home safe. When something does happen to your windows, you'll probably need repairs right away. READ MORE >>
Friday, May 20, 2016People see natural disasters occurring on the news and think, "Oh, that won't happen to me."; But when it comes to floods, they can occur anywhere and at any time. And they're not always easy to predict. One of the best ways you can protect your house, car and family is to purchase flood insurance before floodwaters have a chance to do damages. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, February 16, 2016If you've ever loaned your car to a friend who then allowed another person to drive your car, you may have been a little concerned about coverage. You may have wondered about what your auto insurance would cover if the third party were to be involved in an accident. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, July 9, 2013The National Storm Damage Center says it's important to understand what type of insurance policy you have before a storm hits. What are your policy's limitations? What does your insurance cover and what types of storms doesn't it cover? The following are some tips to consider: Learn how to identify the damage. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, November 7, 2012As more people look for ways to cut back on their spending during these times of economic recession, the cancellation of home insurance policies will become one of the first areas to suffer. Whilst this is one way of cutting down on some of your monthly outgoings, you still leave yourself open to a hefty bill should your home, or interior contents, suffer any unexpected damage. READ MORE >>