Home Safety During The Holidays

The holiday season may be a joyous one for most people, but it can quickly turn into a nightmare for you if a guest gets injured in your home and you need to involve your insurance company. Here are some precautions you should take to reduce the risk of injury during the holidays. Don't Leave Holiday Lights Unattended Electrical fixtures and wiring can easily cause electrical fires if they are left unattended for long. [Read More]

Tips for Purchasing Homeowners Insurance for Your Beach House

Just as you have homeowners insurance in place for your regular residence, it is also important for you to purchase homeowners insurance for your vacation house at the beach. If you have never had to purchase homeowners insurance for a beach house before, you might be unsure of what to do. These are a few tips that can help with the insurance purchasing process. Consider Buying from Your Current Homeowners Insurance Company [Read More]

How To Save Money On Home Insurance By Making Your House Safer

Insurance costs are based a lot on risk levels, and insurance companies are great at determining the level of risk a person is when they call in for a quote on insurance. If you are interested in saving money on your home insurance, you could do this by making your house safer. Not only would this reduce your insurance premiums, but it could also help you and your family feel safer and more secure at home. [Read More]

Make Sure You Have Sufficient Homeowner's Insurance For Your Swimming Pool

Policyholders are naturally distraught when they learn that their homeowner's insurance doesn't cover certain types of damage to their swimming pool. That discovery typically occurs after an expensive problem has developed. Liability insurance also may not be sufficient if certain pool features are present. Liability  Home insurance pays for liability expenses if anyone is ever injured on the property, and that generally includes in or around a swimming pool. However, some policies do not provide any liability coverage if the pool has a diving board. [Read More]