July 30, 2015

New Website Tour


Check out our latest video blog which takes you on a tour of our new website. Explore the current features plus some new ones that will be available soon.

June 10, 2013

Insurance Tips For Your Summer Trip


It’s almost summer and that means it’s about time to set off on that family road trip.  Whether you’re traveling to grandma’s house or the Grand Canyon, there are some key tips that can make or break your vacation.  With all the packing and planning, your insurance agent might not be at the top of the list, but maybe they should be and I’ll tell you why. Trip Interruption Coverage This coverage could provide up to $500 for expenses you incur if your automobile breaks down more than 100 miles away from your home. A hotel room sure beats camping … Continue reading

April 15, 2013

How to Get Your Home Ready for Spring


We may have just gotten a foot of snow, but believe it or not, spring is on its way and along with it comes the spring cleaning list.  While thinking about all the chores inside the house, it is important to think about the outside as well.  There are a few simple things you can do to prevent big problems before they occur. With the snow melting and the temperature rising, it’s time to think about making a weekend to-do list. Roof Check Everyone knows that winter can be rough on your roof, but just because you made it through … Continue reading

March 11, 2013

How to take inventory of your home like a pro


Let’s be honest, no one wants to think about losing their home, and even though you might not live in tornado alley or next to hurricane central, it’s better to be safe than sorry.  You might think, “I know what I have”, but do you really?  If you were to make a list, how many things would you forget? The fact is that taking an inventory of your stuff is essential to being properly prepared for a loss.  Being able to list all of your items that were stolen, damaged, or destroyed will make everything much easier when it comes … Continue reading

February 11, 2013

Tips for Your First Car Insurance Policy


So you’ve graduated, you’ve moved out, and now you’re on your own.  There are a lot of “firsts” ahead of you and car insurance just so happens to be one of them. A little background knowledge can go a long way in helping you get the right coverage.  It might even save you some money along the way. Let’s talk coverage! What kind of coverage is right for you? Short answer: It depends.  There are many different types of coverage that make up an auto policy but, I want to focus on the main 3: Liability, Comprehensive, and Collision. $-Liability … Continue reading

January 7, 2013

Protect Your Home from the Abominable Snowman


It has become habit for many to buy snow-tires and get a tune-up on their car before the winter season, but what are you doing to protect your home from Mother Nature’s fury.  It’s easy to say, “Oh my home’s fine.  I’ve never had anything happen before.”  Well, next thing you know, your roof collapses and you’re watching the big game on your very own snow couch. You’d be surprised how a few simple steps can help protect your home from the Abominable Snowman. Protect your Pipes Prevent the nightmare of a pipe bursting this winter by following a few easy … Continue reading

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