3 Ways to Safeguard Your Home from Lightning Strikes

Posted By: Amy Casey on June 15, 2022

The average cost of a lightning strike claim in 2020 was $28,885, an increase of 141.3% from 2019! Any and every precaution is worth it when it comes to protecting your home from severe damages.

5 To-Dos if You Believe Your Home Was Struck by Lightning

Posted By: Amy Casey on June 15, 2022

While lightning striking a home is uncommon – it isn’t unheard of. According to the Insurance Information Institute, nearly 72,000 lightning strike claims were filed in 2020.

Farming, Farm Equipment, Agriculture, Farm Market

Strategies to Address Challenges in the Current Farm Equipment Market

Posted By: Amy Casey on June 9, 2022

Farmers are some of the most resilient workers there are – but recent market challenges have made conducting farming operations more difficult than ever before.

Preventing Heatstroke on the Farm

Posted By: Amy Casey on May 26, 2022

Summer is more than just “busy-season” for farmers, it’s also the peak season for heat illness in agriculture. Heat stress prevention is crucial on the farm, and it should be top of mind when workers are performing their duties on a hot summer day.

Outdoors, Outdoor Dining, Restaurant, Lighting

5 Ways to Enhance Your Restaurant’s Outdoor Dining Space

Posted By: Shamara Glover on April 27, 2022

The pandemic acted as a catalyst in restaurant owners innovating and exploring different ways to enhance their dining experience. For some it meant including an outdoor arrangement, and for others it meant renovating their existing space.

Manufactured Home, Mobile Home, Community, Grass

Manufactured Home Storm Safety Guide

Posted By: Shamara Glover on April 7, 2022

Manufactured homes have become a more popular living option over time instead of buying a standard home or renting.

Curbside Pickup, Employee, Sign, Outdoors, Business

10 Curbside Pickup Tips for Your Business

Posted By: Shamara Glover on March 31, 2022

Curbside Pickup has become the new normal for many individuals due to the pandemic. It has made grocery shopping, or even shopping for minor necessities a breeze for consumers who are looking to just park and receive their items.

3 Things New Homeowners Forget to Do After Moving In

Posted By: Amy Casey on March 24, 2022

Whether you’re on your first home or your fifth – it’s always exciting making a house a home! You’re probably busy painting, ordering new furniture and organizing your possessions, as you should be!

Car Apps, Car Maintenance, Auto Care, Driving

5 Must-Have Apps for Your Car

Posted By: Shamara Glover on March 4, 2022

With other things that keep us occupied such as jobs, household, and family schedules, it’s difficult to prioritize our vehicle. However, there are apps that can help keep track of maintenance, security, navigation, and safety to help make our lives easier.

Business Owner, Writing, Phone, Phone Call, Business Meeting

10 Tips for Opening a New Business Location

Posted By: Shamara Glover on February 18, 2022

The decision to open another business location can be tempting, especially if business is booming and everything is going according to plan. However, it is not one to take lightly and there are a variety of factors to consider before deciding to follow through with it.

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