Insurance Blog

Testing Your Sump Pump in 3 Easy Steps

Posted By: Shamara Glover on April 3, 2020

Your sump pump is responsible for moving excess ground water away from your home. If your pump stops working, water could get into your basement and foundation walls, causing mold and mildew. If enough water gets in, the basement could flood.

5 Hacks to Stay Organized While Unpacking

Posted By: Shamara Glover on March 30, 2020

Some people live in the same home their entire lives, others prefer a change of scenery. Either way, when the time comes to move it can be overwhelming. Years of furniture, kitchen gadgets and linens packed tight into what seems like hundreds of boxes – where do you start?

6 Ways to Prepare Your Business for Spring Storms

Posted By: Amy Casey on March 20, 2020

Spring storms may be unpredictable, but your business’s reaction to them doesn’t have to be. By utilizing the proper precautions and planning, your business should be able to bounce back from whatever Mother Nature throws your way:

Insurance 101: The Difference Between Replacement Cost & Actual Cost Value

Posted By: Amy Casey on March 17, 2020

When you select a homeowners policy, or typically any type of property insurance, you’ve got to choose between two coverage options: replacement cost and actual cash value (ACV). What do these mean, and which one should you choose?

Insurance 101: When is a Car Considered Totaled? What Does It Mean?

Posted By: Amy Casey on March 11, 2020

Whether you’ve been in a serious accident or your vehicle was caught under bad circumstances – sometimes it may be considered totaled (or, in insurance terms, a total loss) by your insurance company. But what exactly does “total loss” mean?

6 DIY Projects That Will Boost Your Home’s Value

Posted By: Shamara Glover on March 6, 2020

When we tend to think about redecorating or updating our household, we often look at it as more of a chore or a possible expensive complicated task.

Insurance 101: Understanding Your Auto Policy Limits

Posted By: Amy Casey on March 4, 2020

Your coverage limits identify the maximum amount of money your auto insurance policy will pay following a covered loss. Once that limit is reached, you will be responsible for paying any additional costs out of pocket.

Someone Hit My Parked Car, What Should I Do?

Posted By: Amy Casey on February 27, 2020

Talk about a bad day – you’re getting ready to head out and notice your car has recently been sideswiped by another vehicle. There are three basic steps you’ll want to take after you discover someone has hit your parked car:

3 Auto Enhancements You Should Consider

Posted By: Amy Casey on February 24, 2020

We all have our good days, and unfortunately, our bad ones. Sometimes life throws surprises at us that we aren’t prepared for, especially on the road.

Light it Up: 3 Easy Tasks to Maintain Your Headlights

Posted By: Amy Casey on February 21, 2020

Just because your headlights power on, doesn’t mean they are in great shape. Your headlights are a crucial safety feature that not only help you see the road, but help others to see your vehicle as well. With just a few easy maintenance tasks, you can actually help improve their performance:

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