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Wednesday, February 26, 2020A call to your home insurance provider should be among the first you make when you plan on doing some remodeling. Before you've even called your contractor, it's a good idea to get in touch with your insurer. Here's why: You want to make sure that remodeling won’t compromise your current policy. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, December 31, 2019Sure, you keep your home clean on a regular basis and give it that extra once-over before company arrives. But when’s the last time you gave your home a truly deep clean? As it turns out, there are a few extra serious house-cleaning projects that will not only make your home more comfortable overall, but that will also add to your home’s long-term value. READ MORE >>
Monday, August 5, 2019Millennials are a very unique generation. This group of people is entering the home-buying market, some for the first time. Many are purchasing their first home now, even though they are a bit older. According to the Urban Institute’s Housing Finance Policy Center, the number of people buyi... READ MORE >>
Friday, October 19, 2018 Aging plumbing systems can pose a problem for any property owner. If your home is having any type of plumbing problem, this could signal a need for repair. Home insurance may cover some types of plumbing damage and incidents, but not all of them. A properly working plumbing system protects the value of your home. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, April 2, 2014The damage caused by home fires is the number one reason that Americans file claims on their homeowners insurance. Not to mention, home fires result in over 3,400 deaths per year. While unforeseen incidents are always a risk, most home fires are preventable so long as you stay alert to potential hazards and you follow tried-and-true fire safety tips. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, November 26, 2013Many homes welcome visitors over the holiday season and things can get a little crowded. The influx of people can lead to a higher risk for danger and injury, particularly for young children and pets. Not to mention, Thanksgiving is the number one day on which cooking fires occur. READ MORE >>