A lot can happen in a year. Your oldest moves out and into their own apartment. You remodel your home. Your youngest begins to drive. By the time the new year rolls around, it’s always amazing to think about how much has happened. Most people don’t realize how much those life changes also impact your […]
Getting a nice gift at the holidays can be a wonderful surprise. Maybe it was a piece of jewelry that they never expected. It might have been a new car or something to add to a growing collection. Beyond the sentimental value, these gifts are also monetarily valuable. If they break or are lost, the […]
The time to get ready for a hurricane isn’t when you’re in the cone of uncertainty and you’re not sure where the storm will land. You need to get ready long before hurricane season begins. That’s June 1, if you didn’t know.
That’s why Hurricane Preparedness Week is so important. The more you can do now, the better off you’ll be if and when a storm makes landfall.
Here’s what you need to do.
Your home is the biggest financial investment you may ever make. When something goes wrong, the last thing you want to do is consider the cost of repair and replacement. What do you need – an insurance policy or a home warranty?
Homeowner’s insurance and a home warranty both protect you home from unfortunate circumstances, but they both cover very different things.
Winter storm Jonas was brutal, and for those who don’t usually experience that kind of weather, you might not have known exactly how to prepare yourself or handle the cold. Now is the time to get yourself ready in case we get hit with another bad storm this winter.
Take a look at these tips so you’re prepared for the next storm.
Working out in your front yard the other day, you noticed something strange in the wooden posts near the front door. Little holes had formed near the ground where your shrubs are, and there are all kinds of white bugs near the worst section.
Uh oh. You realize you might have termites. You begin imagining collapsing ceilings, crumbling walls, and much more. It’s your worst nightmare as a homeowner.
The question now is, do you call your insurance company? Will your policy cover the damage?