What You Need To Know About Boat Insurance

Boat Insurance 101 Buying a new boat means that you can start enjoying summer the right way – on the water with the wind blowing through your hair. However, before you head out on the water for the first time, it is important to make sure that your new investment is protected with the right amount of insurance. Keep these boat insurance basics in mind to ensure that you are protected from any peril this boating season. Your homeowners insurance will not cut it – many new boaters assume Read More

Importance of Having an Up to Date Home Inventory

Creating Your Home Inventory Coming home to find that your house has been burglarized, no matter if you are a home owner or a renter, can be one of the scariest and most stressful situations that you can walk into. Along with securing your house, you will also have to make a claim to your homeowners insurance agency to start getting reimbursed for the items that went missing. However, would you be able to tell your insurance company exactly what was stolen? Creating a home inventory can help Read More

Dangers of Clothes Dryers

Reducing Your Risk of a Dryer Fire When you throw a load of clothes into your dryer, you probably do not even consider the safety risks of drying your clothes. If you have not cleaned out your dryer lint screen in a while, your home is at serious risk of catching on fire while your clothes are tumbling around. Over 15,000 fires are started each year due to clothes dryers according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission. While newer washing machines and dryers have updated safety Read More

How Your Furry Friend Can Affect Your Home Insurance

Pets and Homeowners Insurance There are many factors to consider before bringing a new pet into your home, including where they will sleep and what they might get into. Before you bring home your furry ball of joy, you should also make sure to consider your homeowners insurance. Since all animals can be unpredictable, no matter how well trained they are, your home insurance premiums may increase when you bring a new pet into your home. While dogs are one of the most common household pets, they Read More

Keep Your Thanksgiving Safe With These Safety Tips!

The kitchen is one of the main areas of your home during the Thanksgiving holiday! With all the family activities going on, safety is a very important aspect! Here are some simple tips to make sure your Thanksgiving is a safe one! General Safety: -Keep matches and lighters out of reach of children and never leave kids alone with lit candles. -Make sure your smoke alarms are working by testing them and replacing the batteries if necessary. Cooking Safety: -Stay in the kitchen when Read More