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Blog/News Room

29
Mar

Organize your home two minutes at a time

The beginning of spring seems to be the reminder to freshen your home with some deep-down cleaning. However, cleaning your home can sometimes seem like a time-intensive effort. Instead of waiting for that big day every year to squeeze in all the cleaning projects you’ve been putting off, try breaking down projects into two-minute tasks every day to make clearing[...]

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03
Mar

How to reduce allergens in your home

Allergies are often associated with the arrival of spring, but indoor allergy sufferers will often find themselves sniffing and sneezing year-round. The culprit? Indoor allergens such as dust, dust mites and pet hair and dander. So how do you make sure your home is free from both seasonal and interior allergens and create a healthy environment for you and your[...]
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03
Mar

2017 Tropical Storm Names

For every year, there is a pre-approved list of tropical storm and hurricane names. These lists have been generated by the National Hurricane Center since 1953. Originally, the lists contained only female names, but since 1979 the lists alternate between male and female. Hurricanes are named alphabetically from the list in chronological order. The lists contain[...]

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17
Feb

Underwriting Corner | Replacement Cost vs. Reconstruction Cost

How much should you insure your home for?

Most non-insurance professionals answer, “enough to cover the mortgage” or “enough to REPLACE the home.” However, the correct answer requires more calculations than that.

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04
Feb

Tip-over Prevention Tips

When there is something kids can see but can’t quite reach, like a toy or candy jar, often they will try to climb to get closer to it. But TVs, dressers, and even appliances can tip over and hurt a little climber. That's why it's important to make sure all your furniture is secure. Here's what you can do to make sure everything stays in place.

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19
Jan

6 Winter Home Improvement Projects

One of the perks of living in the south is the minimal effects of winter we experience. Although we don’t have snow and blizzards here, the temperatures are beginning to drop and you’re probably spending less time outdoors in the pool or at the beach and spending more of your days indoors. Avoid letting the winter blues set in by taking on one of these home[...]

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22
Nov

Thanksgiving Safety Quiz

Thanksgiving day holds the record for being the most flammable day of the year. December is not far behind. Home fire claims jump 15% during the holiday season. Test your Thanksgiving safety knowledge with our quiz, then share your results with your friends and challenge them to beat your score!

 

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23
Jun

Electrical Safety Tips

In today's modern world, virtually everything that is considered a necessity in the home is powered by electricity. We often take for granted the basic safety, however, bad wiring or defects in the wires can pose a threat to anyone in the house. According to the National Fire Protection Association, 47,700 home fires in the U.S. are caused by electrical failure or[...]

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23
May

Dogs and Insurance Claims

Do you have a beloved furry family member?  Do you have an attorney that will defend you at no out-of-pocket cost to you in the event your beloved family member bites your neighbor’s toddler?  Can you afford to pay someone $10,000 to cover their medical expenses and trauma after being injured by your pet?  How about $25,000?

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04
Apr

Spring Maintenance

Even though it felt like winter lasted forever, last week marked the official start of the spring season! The only downside? The bright sun shines down on your dirty gutters, damaged roof shingles, and dead plants in last year’s flower bed. Now is the ideal time to get your house back in supreme shape by taking care of routine home maintenance tasks, so you can go[...]

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