Tag "homeowners insurance"

Back to homepage

Do You Need Special Insurance for Your Vacant Home?

Did you know that not all insurers like to insure vacant homes? In fact, some insurers steer clear of vacant homes, making it difficult to find insurance.


Building Contents Insurance: Make That List

When shopping for homeowners insurance you will insure the value of your home in addition to what is inside. The “inside” represents your building content or the personal items you bought including furniture, computer equipment, clothing, televisions and gadgets.

Swimming Pools

New Swimming Pool Considerations

Your children are getting older and it is time to stash the kiddie pool in favor of a family pool that everyone can enjoy. You’ve considered your local swim club as one cool-down option, but the convenience of having a pool in your own yard is irresistible.


What You Need to Know About Flood Insurance

Flood insurance is federally backed insurance or what you can only get through the National Flood Insurance Program. This program protects homeowners, but only if you opt for such coverage.


Your Homeowners Insurance Following a Natural Disaster

Maybe you dodged a bullet with the latest natural disaster. Or, perhaps, you had to file a claim and are still handling repairs.


Is Your Homeowner’s Insurance Adequate?

If you have recently completed an update to your home, is your homeowner’s insurance still providing adequate coverage?


Storm Recovery and Homeowners Insurance

Tweet Hurricane season and your home insurance policy. Following an extraodinarily active and deadly spring tornado season, homeowners across the Gulf and Atlantic coasts are keeping a wary eye on


Do I Need Homeowners Insurance?

Tweet You’ve just received your homeowners insurance bill and your premium went up. Again. After 15 years of making payments and sending out thousands of dollars of your hard-earned money,


7 Insurance Tips for Homeowners

Tweet If you’re planning a home renovation or have recently completed an update or addition to your home, your homeowners insurance should be reviewed to make sure that it covers