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Monthly Archives: August 2014
People fall in love with the charm of older homes, but often don’t realize that the very details that make an older home special — the weathered pine floors, the plaster walls and all of the detailed craftsmanship — also … Continue reading
Hoarding is more than just a homeowner keeping a messy or cluttered house. A true pathological or compulsive hoarder’s behavior may lead to:
Homeowners in these and other areas can’t stop the awesome forces of nature, but they can prepare themselves in case a natural catastrophe strikes. Continue reading
Many of the threats that your preteen faces in middle school will magnify once they reach high school. Continue reading
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Saying goodbye is never easy, and so it goes with your vacation home. If your secondary home is going to be unoccupied for the fall and winter season, technology can help you keep an eye on your property from … Continue reading
Many people wonder why the cost to rebuild, also known as the replacement cost, is rising when the market value of many homes has been declining in recent years. The market value is simply the price someone is willing to pay for a home and that can be influenced by many factors.
If your college-student kids are planning to live in off-campus housing this year, be sure to include insurance in your back-to-school planning. The first insurance-related issue to explore is arranging the right amount of liability coverage. Even with the best … Continue reading
To many, lightning is little more than Mother Nature’s fireworks display, often followed by a window-rattling rumble of thunder that chases golfers from the fairways and sends the dog scampering for cover.
But lightning is also one of the most frequent and widespread causes of insured losses for homeowners.