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When you get married, your personal net worth and property value will likely increase. You and your new spouse will likely combine homes and material possessions. That will make you both responsible for these new assets. You’ll have to adjust your homeowners and possessions insurance appropriately. READ MORE >>

If you are thinking about adding a pool to your home in the coming months, what do you have to do to get ready? Often, installing a pool will mean taking a close look at your homeowners insurance. Your coverage will need changes upon the installation of a pool. So, don’t hesitate to talk to your homeowners insurance agent. READ MORE >>

Purchasing the homeowners insurance that is right for you and your home can be confusing, especially for first-time buyers. By learning the basics on how to get the most for your money, you can save on your homeowners insurance and feel confident you have adequate coverage. READ MORE >>

As you’ve gotten older, your home has become one of your most valuable possessions. And, you likely realize how vulnerable the home is to various hazards. You’ve worked hard to keep it safe. But what if something happens that’s beyond your control?  READ MORE >>

If you’ve lived in your home for some years, you and your family likely have become accustomed to your lifestyle. Nonetheless, even if you feel secure, your risks are always changing. Your wealth may increase, you may accumulate more possessions and these may grow in value. READ MORE >>

When you’re at home this summer, you want to be comfortable and escape the heat. That’s why you’re going to make significant use of your HVAC (heating, ventilation, air conditioning) system. Using your HVAC system in a rented home means that you assume certain usage risks. READ MORE >>

Reinforcing your home against problems is one of your top goals as a homeowner. As spring rolls in, there’s an increased chance of inclement weather. Among these risks is the risk of floods. How Floods Can Affect Homes A flood can sometimes strike without warning in the form of flash floods. READ MORE >>

Mold is a dangerous substance that can make anyone in a home ill. Keeping a home mold-free isn’t always easy. Mold tends to grow in areas that are wet or at least moist, and warm. This could be any room of your home.  Knowing the possible signs of mold growth and taking steps to prevent it can help you to keep your family safe. READ MORE >>

There exists an unsubstantiated attitude that “a fire won’t happen to me” and that fire “is someone else’s problem”. We also place an unrealistic burden on our fire departments to save us from any fire that may occur. READ MORE >>

Buying a home for the first time is a very exciting step, but it can also be a confusing process. We’ve put together some information to help you plan each piece of the home-buying experience. To-Do List before Home Hunting READ MORE >>

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