How to Protect Your Home from Climate Change

This summer, the United States bore witness to the far-reaching consequences of climate change, from the drifting smoke of Canadian wildfires to flash floods in the Northeast and scorching temperatures gripping the South. Beyond the immediate physical dangers, the financial implications for homeowners are becoming increasingly apparent. As extreme weather events escalate, the cost of

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8 Tips to Protect Your Home from Carbon Monoxide

Carbon monoxide (CO), often referred to as the “silent killer,” poses a grave threat to thousands of Americans each year. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, at least 420 people die in the U.S. from accidental CO poisoning, and over 100,000 people visit the hospital annually due to accidental CO poisoning.  Many

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Loss Prevention 101: Here’s What You Need to Know

Imagine this scenario: you’re a responsible driver and you haven’t had an accident in quite a few years. Your auto insurance company notices your commitment to safety and rewards you with a reduced premium. This is a great example of insurers incentivizing policyholders to prevent insurance claims through loss prevention. By offering discounts for completing

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A Homeowner’s Guide to Understanding Water Damage Categories and Classes

Water damage is a nightmare that no homeowner wants to face. Whether it’s a burst pipe, a leaking dishwasher, or a natural disaster, water intrusion can wreak havoc on your home and its value. And unfortunately, it happens all too often. For example, did you know that 98% of basements will experience some type of

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Home Furnace & Wood Stove Safety Tips: How to Keep Your Family Safe

Proper furnace & wood stove safety can go a long way in preventing disaster. 24 seconds. That is how often a fire department responds to a fire somewhere in the United States. 44,210. That’s the number of home fires caused by heating equipment between 2016 and 2020, according to the National Fire Protection Association. Home

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