Category: Insurance Tips


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    Three ways to lower your carbon footprint for Earth Day (and beyond)

    On April 22, the 49th annual Earth Day is expected to include more than 1 billion people in nearly 200 countries taking part in what the Earth Day Network calls “the largest civic-focused day of action in the world.” Since the first Earth Day in 1970 (which was connected to the passage of the Clean […]

    April 16, 2019

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    Spring Cleaning Tips

    Of course, because spring is a time for new beginnings, cleaning and organization around the house are very popular this time of year. If you’re ready to tackle that monumental chore, read on for some helpful information. (And if you’re so tidy and organized throughout the year that spring cleaning isn’t a big chore for […]

    March 25, 2019

  • 12 Ways to Save on Car Insurance

    Of course nobody wants to spend an arm and a leg on their car insurance. Luckily, there are a LOT of ways to ensure you get a better rate! Here are twelve of the top ways to save money on your auto insurance premium – but perhaps the most important first step is shopping with […]

    March 15, 2019

  • Insuring “Dangerous” Dog Breeds

    You’ve probably heard that owning certain dog breeds can make it nearly impossible to find insurance. How true is this, really? Well, it depends on your insurance company. Potential insurers vary widely in their stances on insuring dogs that would be considered “breeds of concern.” While some will refuse to insure homeowners with certain dog […]

    March 11, 2019

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    Daylight Saving Time is also Daylight Safety Time

    In most places in the United States, March 10, is Daylight Saving Time, when clocks are moved forward one hour. We want to remind you it’s also a great time to improve your family’s safety. Be safe in your home Health and safety agencies often use the approach of Daylight Saving Time to remind people […]

    March 6, 2019

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    14 Fascinating Facts about February

    February is the shortest month of the year (even in leap years, when it has 29 days instead of 28), but there’s no shortage of interesting facts about it. From weird holidays to astronomical oddities, this month has a bit of everything. So with a nod to what February is perhaps best known for—Valentine’s Day […]

    February 21, 2019

  • Why a Breakdown Doesn’t Have to Be a Meltdown

    Say your 2-year-old water heater unexpectedly bursts, spilling water everywhere and damaging your floors and belongings. Your homeowners policy will pay to correct the damage, but who’s paying for a new $1,500 water heater? If you’d like that answer to be “not me” (because who wouldn’t?), consider Equipment Breakdown coverage. What is Equipment Breakdown? Equipment […]

    February 7, 2019

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    Home security technology: Keeping you ahead of the burglars

    Back in the early days of home security “systems,” around the end of World War I, it was common for homeowners to hire “door shakers”—night watchmen who would literally walk around and check doors to make sure they were locked. The most advanced product at the time, according to the Electronic Security Association, was an […]

    February 7, 2019

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    Insurance terms, explained

    Med Pay? PIP? Dec pages? Insurance terms, explained With all kinds of different coverages for all kinds of different needs, insurance can be very confusing. And to make it even more challenging, at times it probably seems like insurance websites and policy documents are written in a completely foreign language. Of course, that’s why we […]

    January 24, 2019

  • Earthquake!

    Most people think of California when they hear the word “earthquake,” but did you know that Washington State sits on an 800 mile-long fault line and experiences hundreds of earthquakes each year? Most are mild enough that they’re not felt by humans, but the fact is that it’s only a matter of time until a […]

    January 24, 2019