Cooking fires are the number one cause of fires in the United States and Thanksgiving Day is the top day for cooking fires. Grease and cooking
Winter Fire Prevention
Now that the weather is staring to cool for winter, more and more people will be spending a greater amount of time indoors. The National Fire
Protecting Your Home from Battery Fires
In almost every home, people use nine volt batteries to power smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors. Unfortunately, most people don't think about
Does Your Contractor Have a Workers Compensation Policy?
Unless you are very handy, most homeowners hire outside help to fix their homes, ranging anywhere from fixing the plumbing to remodeling a kitchen.
Does My College Student Need Renters Insurance?
Summer is coming to a close and the fall semester is looming right around the corner for returning and first time college students. While the thought
Do You Need Umbrella Insurance?
You leave your house on a beautiful sunny clear day, but later on you find yourself standing in a rain storm without an umbrella. Wouldn't you have
If a tree falls on your property, does your insurance cover it?
The answer is yes and no, as usual with insurance it depends on the circumstances. Let's say a tree branch falls through your roof and causes damage
What to do if you have water damage in the basement:
The summer brings with it summer storms that can dump a large amount of rainfall in a short amount of time. Basements flood for many reasons, but the
Contractor Fraud Bill for Homeowners
In recent years residential roofing and siding contractors have been coming out of the woodwork specializing in storm damage repairs. These