Category Archives: Homeowners

Home Insurance-Friendly Ways to Remodel Your Property

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Home insurance friendly ways to remodel.   Are you thinking of making renovations to your property? If so you may be aware that even minor remodels can impact your home insurance. To make home insurance-friendly upgrades to your property, take a look at the top tasks below.   New Roof A new roof may not

Top Spring Break Insurance Tips

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Spring break insurance tips to keep your home safe.   For many students and families, spring break is a great time to plan a fun holiday adventure. For others, it’s a good opportunity to get away for some rest and relaxation. If you plan on heading out on spring break, keep these tips in mind

Does My Homeowners Insurance Cover Internal Damage?

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Can your home insurance help when your home’s interior is damaged?   When most homeowners think about their insurance, it’s likely that they think of hugely damaging events like fires, storms, and natural disasters. Few rarely think about the interior damage that can happen over time, such as water leaks and mold. Do you even

Misconceptions People Have About Buying a House

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Common untruths people assume about home buying.   Purchasing your first home is an exciting time. You’re close to having your own property where you can paint, decorate, and design as you please. But before you dive into the world of house hunting, we bust some common misconceptions which could hinder your first purchase.  

Questions to Ask for Your Annual Insurance Review

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Determine if your current home insurance coverage matches your needs. The end of the year is near. While many are busy planning parties and preparing for the New Year ahead, it’s important to remember that this time of year is a great opportunity to go over your insurance policies. This season, make time to read

Home Security Tips You May Not Have Considered

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Consider these important home security precautions. When it comes to securing your property, there are many solutions out there. From locking the doors every night to installing motion-sensitive lighting, protecting your property should be high on your list of priorities. We take a look at some ways in which you can go above and beyond

Prepare Your Home for a Safe Halloween

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Get ready for a frightening (but safe!) Halloween night. Plenty of people love a good Halloween scare – as long as no one gets hurt. That includes your house. Hot lights, open flames, and large crowds present some real risks to homeowners on Halloween night. For a safe night without any unpleasant tricks, take a