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Is An Animal Living Under Your Porch? Here’s What To Do Next

As a homeowner, you’ve probably entertained guests who overstayed their welcome. But unlike your in-laws or a former college roommate, an animal that’s made itself at home on your property has no intention of leaving. Some of the usual suspects include raccoons, opossums, woodchucks, skunks, or the occasional stray cat. And while they’re just looking for a safe place to call home, you’d probably prefer...

7 Tips To Protect Your Business From Water Damage

Whether it’s caused by a flash flood or a burst pipe, water damage is often unpredictable. And as a business owner, it can seriously impact your day-to-day operations and bottom line. But in many cases, there are proactive steps you can take to prevent critical delays or destruction to your property. Here are seven tips to help protect your business from common sources of water...

6 Ideas For Your Next Family Game Night

Looking for a way to spend quality time with your kids while pulling them away from their electronic screens and devices? Try getting everyone together for a family game night. To some, game night may seem old fashioned. But it’s still a great way to bond with the whole family, enjoy a few laughs, and get your competitive juices flowing. In fact, research has shown...

Understanding Premium Vs. Regular Gas

Most people are clear on which type of gas their car needs. But not as many are clear on the differences between regular and premium gas. Why use regular instead of premium gas? One obvious difference is the price. According to the U.S. Energy & Information Administration, premium fuel nationally averages about 60 cents more per gallon than regular gasoline, and 25 cents more than...

What Is Guaranteed Replacement Cost?

There are few things in life worse than losing your home to fire or a natural disaster. Except, that is, discovering in the aftermath that you don’t have enough homeowners insurance coverage to rebuild the house back to the way it was before trouble struck. If you get guaranteed replacement cost coverage, that is unlikely to happen. Why? Because guaranteed replacement cost will pay for...