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Preparing for the Holidays Safely

Prepare your home and family for the holidays - insuredWhile the holiday season is one that is often thought to be full of cheer and peace on earth, it can also be one of great stress and loss.  With the holiday season comes, it brings a series of hazards along with it.  The best way to make sure that your festive time of the year stays festive is to focus on understanding what those hazards can be! Read the rest of this entry »

Annual Maintenance for Your Home

Review your home insurance policiesTo make the most out of your home, you should know how to properly take care of it.  After all, the best cared-for home is going to offer its best care in return, right?  To help you move in the right direction, here are some top ways to help you make sure that you keep up on your annual home maintenance in easy but productive ways that really will make a difference short- and long-term. Read the rest of this entry »

Why You Should Consider Rental Insurance

Protect your assets with rental insurance in GalvestonInsurance can be critical for as many things as possible such as your car and your home, but what about something like rental insurance?  There tends to be two camps on the topic.  Some feel that it’s an unnecessary addition to your premium for minimal protection.  Others feel that it is a worthwhile fee to offer comfort and financial stability in the event an emergency at your home.  Read the rest of this entry »

Checklist And Review Of Your Insurance Coverage

Review your life and your insurance every yearAs the new year comes into its first few months, you need to start looking at the parts of your life that need an update in terms of attention.  On of the topics that often gets overlooked in all of the fuss of starting new resolutions and making your life better, is insurance.  There are certain things that you need to update with your insurance, so taking a check at your coverage at the start of the year is important for helping you to understand what you’re covered for, and what needs attention. Read the rest of this entry »

Travel Safely This Holiday, but Don’t Make Your Home a Target

Home safety and home insurance during holidaysOne of the best things about the Holidays is travelling with loved ones, whether you’re going on a short trip, or a long one.  One of the biggest vulnerabilities when travelling over the Holidays or any time for that matter is the fact that you are leaving your home open to robbers.  The beloved Home Alone depicts this perfectly, after all.  Make sure that you keep your home safe from those who want to make a profit from your belongings by taking a look at these tips and tricks. Read the rest of this entry »

Don’t Be A Victim This Holiday Season – Shop Smart

Protect yourself and assets during holidaysThe holiday season is a fun time to be out and about.  There’s a buzz in the air, everyone’s in a good mood, there’s lots of great food to enjoy as you’re shopping, and it just plain feels festive.  If you love that kind of thing, than you need to realize something: it’s the perfect time for crime.  Yes, seriously.  When you’re in the crowd and you’re on the hunt for that perfect present purchase, you’re not paying as much attention to your surroundings as you would normally, so it’s the ideal time for a pick-pocket or thief to swoop in and bleed you dry.  Read the rest of this entry »

Hurricane Season & How To Protect Yourself

Protect your assets with hurricane insuranceNow that we are deep into hurricane season – and what a season it’s been already – I’d like to take this time to remind you about the wonders of insurance in all of its forms and aspects. Often, we plan out escape routes and put together safety packages, but we neglect to put the proper time and effort into something like putting together the proper insurance packages to protect our property during and after a storm when repairs will need to be done. Read the rest of this entry »

Why You Should Consider Flood Insurance

Protect your home with flood insuranceThey say “hindsight is 2020” which means –  “It’s easy to know the right thing to do after something has happened, but it’s hard to predict the future.” There are too many folks in the greater Houston area and even down South in Rockport, Tx that understand this all too well.

Further, many folks can relate to the point that any kind of insurance is a pain but if you have it when it is needed, you are grateful. Insurance is a fee, or premium, that we pay each month or year until a disaster or accident occurs and you have to call on that policy for any damages.  Read the rest of this entry »

Hurricane Season and Flood Insurance

Don't get caught with your house and property under water - get flood insuranceAs the warm and stormy weather starts to come our way, it’s time to take a look at what it’s going to mean for your property, toys and/or home. Most of us are more concerned with getting to the beach, but something that should be sorted out before you can grab a towel and head to the beach, is your insurance…more specifically, flood insurance. Read the rest of this entry »

Not Your Normal Spring Cleaning Checklist

Be sure you have a home inventory in case something happens to your homeEach season there are home maintenance and overhauling that ought to be done to keep a home clean and everything running but also so that you will be less likely endangered in the long haul. Numerous homeowners skirt these fundamental home maintenance necessities as a result of occupied calendars or in some cases since they are uncertain of what to do.

Basically keeping up on these simple undertakings can ensure that your home will work better in the long run. Seasonal home maintenance will likewise guarantee that you have less update or significant costly repairs than homeowners who don’t keep up on little season maintenance. These little maintenance things can likewise shield your home from potential hazards such as fires, flooding, or different harms that can be caused by negligence. Read the rest of this entry »

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