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The mid-winter doldrums have hit, and that means many people are getting tired of the cold weather. If you're stuck inside, why not spend your time with a project you may have been putting off for a while? Despite the fact that it's so important, most people have never done a thorough home inventory. READ MORE >>

Since a home fire is such a devastating event, it is often assumed that the kitchen is the most dangerous room in the house. However this is not true according to a study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In terms of the numbers of injuries sustained, the bathroom is by far the most dangerous. READ MORE >>

Leaks and floods in your home can lead to extremely costly repairs, which is why we recommend taking a proactive approach to monitoring for these issues. Finding and fixing a small leak is much cheaper than dealing with serious water damage. READ MORE >>

Smoking is bad for your health. This is a fact that everyone knows thanks to plenty of scientific research that links cigarette usage to serious illnesses such as heart disease, emphysema, stroke and cancer. But lighting up can cost you much more than just your health. In fact, it costs you money — and lots of it. READ MORE >>

Your homeowners insurance pays if your home is damaged by a covered peril, but it also protects you from liability exposures. If someone gets hurt on your property, whether or not it's your fault, your insurance company takes the necessary steps to protect your legal and financial interests. READ MORE >>

Buying homeowners insurance is one of the best ways to protect your valued assets. However, it's important to understand the ins and outs of your policy before signing any paperwork. Talk to your independent agent about the following five aspects of homeowners insurance. How much coverage do you need? READ MORE >>

Many homeowners have experienced bugs and mice as unwanted houseguests, but chemical pesticides are not healthy for you or your pets. Instead, try these natural ways of repelling the little nuisances to keep your home pest-free and as healthy as if they never invaded it in the first place. READ MORE >>

If you specifically list your electronic devices on your homeowners policy, they can be partially covered. However, it’s rare that the full replacement value is covered for a wide range of potential risks unless you specify those circumstances with your insurer. READ MORE >>

Your homeowners or renters insurance policy does include contents coverage, but it is often very limited and may even put caps on valuable items such as jewelry. The last thing you want is to lose your deceased grandmother’s engagement ring in a robbery only to discover that your insurance won’t cover the cost of replacement. READ MORE >>

People often don’t think about creating a disaster emergency kit until it’s too late. The truth is, every household should prepare an emergency kit way in advance of any possible threat. Kits are commercially sold, but often lack necessary equipment. READ MORE >>

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