After sheltering your family from winter storms and howling winds, the exterior of your home and yard have taken a beating this year. A sunny spring day is the perfect time to get outdoors and take a good look around. Use the guide below to reveal possible damage and tackle a few DIY fixes.
The goal of Window Safety Week is twofold– for families to understand the role of windows in escaping a fire or other emergency and to learn how to safeguard against window falls.
An abundance of scientific research suggests that caring for plants can also do wonders for your own wellbeing. The physical exercise can contribute to a healthy weight and blood pressure levels, and just interacting with flora can improve your mood and mental health.
April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month –now more than ever it is crucial to #JustDrive and eliminate all distractions that might lead to a crash that lands you or others in the E.R.
Social media is rife with identity threats, such as scams, oversharing and reputation damage. In order to practice good identity hygiene, constantly be aware of what is being shared and what kind of information those posts and pictures give away to strangers.
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
Spring is the traditional time of year for cleaning your home, and it is also an ideal time to review your insurance coverage. As seasons pass, our lives change, and so do our insurance needs. Take the time this spring to read your policies and ask yourself the following key questions…
Spring is the perfect time to take on a few simple safety and maintenance projects to protect your home and family all year-round.