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When it comes to maintenance, your historic home has some unique needs beyond the common ones associated with any home. Understanding the differences between historic building materials versus newer materials is the first step in maintaining the integrity of a … Continue reading
One of the most challenging aspects of insuring a historic home is helping customers understand the difference between their home’s market value and its replacement cost, which can be very different values.
The walls of your historical home can’t talk, but an infrared camera can alert you to hidden water leaks or other issues.
If you’re a homeowner, you probably don’t expect the unthinkable to happen. You’ve probably taken steps to keep your home safe, and a total loss from a fire or flood—well, that stuff happens to other people.