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Do I Need More Homeowners Coverage After Renovating?
Posted: October 16, 2019
Renovations can add substantial value to your home. Adding on a front porch, putting in a swimming pool, remodeling your kitchen, and other improvements can not only make your home more pleasant and comfortable to live in, but also increase its market value. After a remodeling project, it is vital to reevaluate your homeowners policy and ensure you have the right coverage at the best...
Bat In Your House? Here’s How To Get It Out.
Posted: October 9, 2019
You’re watching TV or making dinner when you hear the flapping of wings. Imagine your surprise when you discover it’s not a bird, but a bat that’s found its way into your home! Nobody likes uninvited guests. But compared to common pests like flies, ants, or mice, a flying bat circling above you is universally spooky. That’s because these winged creatures have developed a reputation as disease-carrying...
Will Quitting Smoking Lower My Life Insurance Premiums?
Posted: October 7, 2019
There are many reasons to quit smoking, and reducing the cost of life insurance is one of them. When you kick the habit, you save money not only on the cost of cigarettes and healthcare, but on life insurance premiums as well. If you are ready to quit, talk to our friendly agent about how and when it will get you better life insurance rates....
What Kind of Insurance Do I Need If I Rent Out My Home?
Posted: October 4, 2019
If you own a home, you probably already have homeowners insurance to protect your investment from covered losses. However, a standard homeowners policy may not cover damages that occur when your house is being rented out, depending on the length of the rental term and the situation. Our experienced agent can advise you on what insurance you need if you plan to rent out your...
7 Tips For Developing Your Family’s Fire Escape Plan
Posted: October 3, 2019
During a house fire, every second counts. That’s why it’s important for you and your family to be prepared. A recent study by the American Red Cross found that many homeowners are both overconfident and underprepared when it comes to fire safety. While 80% of those surveyed thought everyone in their house knows what to do if a fire breaks out, less than half had...