After a Flood: 5 Steps to Take to Save Your Home

One of the most damaging and devastating things you can ever experience as a homeowner is a flood. There are many causes of household flooding including heavy rains and melting snow, sewer back up, broken sump-pumps or burst pipes. No … Read More....

7 Hidden Home Dangers to Avoid

While most home owners have insurance of some kind to protect their belongings from damages like flooding, fire, and other potential problems, there may be hidden home dangers that put you at greater risk! These tips will help you protect … Read More....

Replacement Cost VS Market Value

All homeowners want to pay the lowest premium possible for the maximum coverage in the event of a loss. Whether you are insuring your first home or are just interested in learning more about your current coverage, it is important … Read More....

Home Inventory: Why it’s Important to Your Insurance?

How much are all of your belongings worth?

Everything from furniture, dishware, and electronics, all add up to a hefty total, but if you don’t have a home inventory, your guess is as good as your insurance company’s. It might … Read More....

Secure Your Home from Summer Burglary

Summer is the perfect season for road trips, family vacations, barbecues, and other getaways with friends and families. With so many things planned, we are rarely in our homes. Unfortunately, this is the reason summer is the peak season for … Read More....

4 Insurance Tips for First Time Home Buyers

Buying a house for the first time can be as exciting as it is confusing. With so much to do, from hiring inspectors to finding the right neighborhood for you and your family, it can be easy to overlook things, … Read More....

More Than 20% of Claims Happen Out of High Risk Zones. Is it Time You Reconsider Flood Insurance?

With the recent near disaster at Lake Oroville last week in California, homeowners may want to reconsider purchasing flood insurance. Climate change, coupled with the aging infrastructure of dams and levees, has the occurrence of floods on the rise, even … Read More....