Tag: Homeowners Insurance Rocky River

Want a Safer Home? Consider These Inexpensive Fixes

You Don’t Have to Be Handy to Make Your Home More Livable Home improvement: It’s a never-ending process for many people, and for those of us who aren’t necessarily handy, it can be a hassle, too. But there are plenty of simple maintenance tasks and other improvements you can handle to make your home safer - whether you’re handy or not. And you won’t have... Read Article

Know the Electrical Dangers Lurking in Your Home

I love electricity. Without it, we wouldn't have Electric Avenue, The Electric Company, the Electric Slide, or Electric Light Orchestra. But as awesome as electricity is, it also causes approximately 53,600 home fires every year. That statistic comes from the Electrical Safety Foundation (ESFi), sponsor of Electrical Safety Month and author of some great educational materials about the electrical hazards in your home. As an... Read Article

Choose an Insurance Agent in 4 Steps

It’s Not Just a Quote, It’s a Relationship Shopping for insurance? You may think you’re simply looking for an insurance policy. But, perhaps, what you’re really looking for isn’t a what but a who: Someone you can trust to guide you through the plethora of insurance choices, rather than trying to make sense of all the options yourself online. That someone is an insurance agent,... Read Article

Control Winter Losses

Most of the time, homeowners can protect themselves from winter-related property losses by using good, old-fashioned common sense. Experts advise that we follow a few simple rules to have a more pleasant cold weather experience. Here are a few tips for preventing losses at home this winter: Have your heating system inspected to make sure it is working properly. If you use a supplemental heating... Read Article

Are Your Valuable Holiday Gifts Protected?

The holidays are over, but the presents you received should last for years to come. Whether you got the latest electronic gizmos or gadgets, jewelry or gems, computers or collectibles, furs or firearms, boats or bank notes, these are all expensive valuables that may cost a lot to replace if they are damaged, lost or stolen. Most homeowners policies typically limit how much you can... Read Article