Category: Homeowners Insurance

Tips to Help Florida Homeowners Stay Safe this Fourth of July

The Fourth of July is an exciting holiday for Americans. It’s a celebration of Independence and summertime, and backyard barbeques and pool parties are the order of the day. We’ve collected some tips to help remind you about safety for your family, your guests, and your home this holiday weekend. Grill safety Whether you have […] The post Tips to Help Florida Homeowners Stay Safe...

Avoid Common Home Accidents During The Summer

Summer is the season of outdoor adventures such as swimming, boating, and trips. It is also a time when many minor or more serious accidents can occur. The following tips can help you keep your family and friends safer by preventing some common summertime home accidents and injuries. Sunburn Damage from the sun is one of the most common injuries during the warmer months. Severe...

The Evolution of Homeowners Insurance

A global pandemic can cause a cosmic shift in the way people and businesses operate. As the current restrictions on business, travel, and public activities continue (albeit temporarily), shifting needs of policyholders are being met seamlessly thanks to innovative technology and remote options that keep both homeowners and insurance industry workers comfortable and safe. DIY […] The post The Evolution of Homeowners Insurance appeared first...

Homeowners Insurance For Tiny Homes

The trend toward tiny homes has become a social movement in recent years. Many people are choosing to live with less, simplify the way they live, and downsize the space they live in. Individuals, couples, and families all over America are embracing the philosophy that goes along with the tiny home lifestyle. But even a tiny home is an investment that needs to be protected...

Do I Need Tornado Insurance In My Area?

According to the Insurance Information Institute (III), approximately 1,200 tornadoes touch down in the U.S. every year, with wind speeds as high as 300 mph. Peak tornado season is April through June or July. The most severe tornadoes tend to occur in the spring when they strike the Southeast, a more densely populated area than the Great Plains. III states that the South has more...