Insurance Blog

Hail Damage, Shingles, Roof, Roof Damage

Spotting Hail Damage, Stopping Hail Fraud

Posted By: Shamara Glover on March 26, 2021

Spring storms bring an increased chance of hailstorms. Hail results in some of the biggest homeowners claims each year. According to NOAA’s Severe Weather database, there were 5,396 major hailstorms in 2019.

Spring, Lawncare, Gardening

Spring Cleanup: 5 Yard Work To-Do’s

Posted By: Amy Casey on March 19, 2021

Spring cleaning isn’t just something to address inside of your home, it’s something to address on the outside of your home as well! Giving your lawn and landscaping some TLC at this time of year will help prepare your yard for the rest of the growing season:

Custom Home, Building, Wood

5 Tips for Navigating a Custom Home Build

Posted By: Shamara Glover on March 15, 2021

We all want to find the right home, but for some of us the right home simply isn’t on the market. When this happens, building your home becomes a legitimate consideration. Custom home builds are the perfect option for those who want to invest in something you essentially get to create.

Tree Damage, Severe Weather, Storm Damage

Insurance 101: What if My Neighbor’s Tree Falls in My Yard?

Posted By: Amy Casey on March 10, 2021

Sometimes one strong storm is all it takes to bring down a perfectly healthy tree, and sometimes when a tree falls, it falls in a very unfortunate place. Common damages caused by trees include damage to fences, vehicles and roofs.

Melting Snow, Water, Trees

Protecting Your Home from Melting Snow

Posted By: Shamara Glover on February 26, 2021

After a long winter, we all look forward to the day the sun comes back around and the snow melts away. However, the melting snow can cause water damage and additional issues if it is ignored. Here are 5 ways to protect your home before it begins:

Jewelry, Appraisal, Loupe Magnifier

5 Reasons to Have Your Jewelry Appraised

Posted By: Amy Casey on February 19, 2021

Some may believe appraisals aren’t worth the extra cost, while others simply may not understand the benefits of having an appraisal done. The truth is, most of your jewelry is likely very special to you.

Home, Winter, Snow, Snowman

7 Tips on Keeping Your Home Warm Throughout the Winter

Posted By: Shamara Glover on February 17, 2021

Winter can make a house rather chilly quicker than usual. Believe it or not you can keep your home warm and keep your family nice and cozy without driving your energy costs through the roof.

Frozen Pipes, Ice

3 Major Threats Homeowners Face During Severe Cold

Posted By: Amy Casey on February 5, 2021

1. Frozen Pipes

Once a water line falls below 32 degrees, it will start to freeze. When this happens, the ice creates an increase in pressure; once the pressure gets too high, it bursts.

Lighting, Home Improvement, Interior

10 Ways to Instantly Improve Your Home’s Lighting

Posted By: Amy Casey on January 27, 2021

Lighting can certainly make or break the feel of any room in your home. Whether you’re looking for a cozy vibe or something bright and airy – your lighting plays a crucial role in setting the mood for your space.

Condo, Condominiums

Pros and Cons of Condo Living

Posted By: Shamara Glover on January 22, 2021

Looking for a home can start to feel exhausting over time. With so many things to consider, it’s understandable to feel somewhat overwhelmed at times. As you navigate through this endless list of possibilities, make sure you don’t overlook the possibility of condo living.

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