If you want the freshest produce possible, consider planting your own home garden—after all, you can’t get any closer to your kitchen table than your own backyard. Growing your own vegetables is thrifty, too. According to the National Gardening Association, the average family with a garden spends $70 on their crops—but they grow an estimated $600 worth of veggies!
A violent storm damages your house. A grilling accident leaves your guest injured. A burglar breaks in. When an unfortunate event strikes close to home, you might need to file a claim with your insurance company. As part of the contract between you and your insurer, a claim against your homeowners policy comes with rules and procedures that both your insurer and you must follow.
By adding just just a few extra steps to your Spring Cleaning process, you can easily make your home safer and prevent problems that could lead to an insurance claim in the future.
Most extreme weather damage (with the exception of flooding) is covered by your standard homeowners and automobile insurance policies
Itching to get started on outdoor projects, but the weather’s not quite right yet? This is the perfect time to get your garage (and other outbuildings) in order.
Your Smart Home May Save You Money On Your Homeowners’ Insurance. The idea of “smart homes” that automatically control heating, cooling, lighting and appliances – has been the stuff of science fiction for decades. Now it has become a reality offering homeowners comfort, cost savings and peace of mind while away from home.
Many insurance underwriters provide discounts to homeowners with home security systems. Nationwide offers some helpful things to consider before purchasing.
Statistically, the weeks between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day report among the highest burglary rates of the year. Being a proactive homeowner is key to getting the best deal on homeowners insurance policy.