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Blog/News Room

04
Oct

Babyproofing Your Home 101

Having a baby is a miraculous, life-changing event. Along with the new bundle of joy will come a lot of changes and transitions. Among those, things like your sleep schedule, eating habits, and the way you look at everyday items will change as a new parent. For example, in your new perspective, a cabinet might transform from useful storage space to a possible[...]

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25
Sep

Recovering After a Storm

Even the most prepared family can be hit by an unforgiving storm. The damage and debris may leave you wondering, “Now what?” Rebuilding your life after a disaster strikes can be tough, especially while you’re adjusting to your new “normal.”

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19
Sep

Prepare Your Rainy-Day Fund

You’ve prepared your children, made an emergency communication plan, threw in some extra essentials for your pets, but what have you done to prepare your finances? Natural disasters aren’t the only type of emergency you may face. Other potential types of emergencies to prepare for include things like the loss of a job, divorce, or an accident. While supplies and[...]

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29
Aug

Outdoor Party Safety

When the weather is nice, most of us venture outdoors. While picnics and barbecues are a given during great weather, even the clearest of days can bring its share of problems if things don’t go according to plan. From food borne illness to fires, prepare for your next outdoor party with these helpful tips:

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21
Aug

DIY Home Inspection

You see your home every day, but how often do you really inspect it? One small leak or crack can lead to thousands of dollars in damage. These problems can go unnoticed for months and when they’re eventually found, the damage is already done. Take the time to thoroughly inspect all parts of your home for cracks, leaks, corrosion, and other damage before a small[...]

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07
Aug

Child Emergency Preparedness

According to Save the Children, an estimated 69 million children are separated from their parents/guardians each day when they go to work. While apart, things don’t always go according to plan. A disaster can strike at any moment and won’t wait for you or your family to be prepared and together. While we have warnings for hurricanes and most storms, what about car[...]

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31
Jul

4 Stages of a Hurricane and How You Can Prepare

June 1st is a date that strikes fear and apprehension for most insurance professionals. Hurricane Season begins on June 1st each year and runs until the end of November, however, hurricanes can form earlier than June 1st and continue into December depending on the temperature of the water and the conditions of the ocean. If conditions are “right,” a hurricane can[...]

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25
Jul

Swimming Pools and Your Coverage

Swimming pools are a great way to cool off during the hot summer months and a perfect setting for birthday parties or BBQs, but are you covered if a guest is injured while using your pool? What kind of liability coverage does your homeowners policy provide? If you’re not sure, take the time to review these three items and talk to a local Lighthouse agent to review[...]

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18
Jul

3 Ways Your Policy Can Help Cover a Remodel

Home renovations are exciting, but they can also be very stressful. We choose to remodel for many reasons. Whether you are renovating due to updating an old structure, adding more square feet, replacing a damaged structure or if mother nature jumpstarts a remodeling project, check out these three major things you need to know about whether your homeowners insurance

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03
Jul

5 Tips for Safe Summertime Grilling

Outdoor BBQs are a favorite summer activity. While July is a peak month for grilling fires, don’t be another statistic and practice safe grilling techniques! Keep your home safe this summer, and avoid costly insurance claims or injuries to you and your guests by following these five grilling safety tips.

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