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6 Weather Resistant Building Materials to Protect Your Home

By Homeowners Insurance, Insurance

A poorly built home made out of shoddy materials is a high risk to everyone involved. From the physical threat to those who own the house to the financial and legal risk of those who built it: this is something, you don’t want to take on. Instead, every home must be built to last or updated later on with high-quality materials to improve longevity. Each of these materials can help homes weather any storm and should be considered for your next project. 1. Siding Built for More Than Aesthetics   Many people first think of color and texture when getting…

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My Homeowner’s Policy Covers Fire, Right?

By Homeowners Insurance, Insurance

As a personal lines insurance agent for many years, I cannot say I have seen it all. However, I have seen a lot. I think the more important thing is what I have not seen, but very easily could have. I apologize if this seems cryptic, so I’ll explain. For most homeowners, their initial response is, “Yes, my house is insured if it catches fire!” and usually they would be correct. This is not about the usually. This is about the unusual that I’m beginning to see more and more frequently. “The House is for Sale! We’re out of here!”…

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Top 10 Weirdest Insurance Claims

By claims, Insurance, Specialty Insurance

Top 10 Weirdest Insurance Claims Protecting yourself in the event of damage, loss, illness or death is what insurance is for. As an adult, you most likely have several types of insurance: car, life, homeowners, etc. If your house catches on fire or you get into an auto accident, you file a claim to receive compensation for replacing or fixing what you’ve insured. However, insurance goes far beyond auto, home and life. When it comes to claims, there have been more than a handful of offbeat occurrences. Here are the top 10 weirdest insurance claims and policies to date. 1….

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