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You’ve been playing taxi driver for your high schooler for a few years, and now that she’s gotten her driver’s license, she’s borrowing your car, leaving you stranded. Maybe it’s time to consider getting her a car of her own, but what impact will that have on your car insurance? Read More
First-time Buyer– Here’s a handy first-time home buyer checklist to help you on this very exciting journey. Read More
Contractor– As you plan your next home renovation project, choosing the right contractor for the job is a critical first step in your planning process. Read More
7 Tips for Moving With a Pet- You’ve been gearing up for your move for months, but your pet likely has had less time to get used to the idea of new trees to sniff and fire hydrants to investigate. Just as moving can be stressful for you, it can also create stress and anxiety for dogs and cats. Read More
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Lightning Safety Tips– The following guide and tips can help you and your loved ones stay safe and secure should you be caught in a lightning storm. Read More
Spring Driving Tips– Winter may be most known for its treacherous driving conditions, but spring also can be a difficult season for driving. From wind and rain to wildlife emerging from hibernation, spring driving can be challenging in its own right. Read More
Summer Home Maintenance Tips– For many, there is no better time of year than summertime to be outside in the yard enjoying the weather and sunshine. Warm temperatures and longer days make the perfect backdrop for picnicking, barbecuing, or just enjoying drinks and snacks on the deck or patio. Read More
Awnings– Attachments can add a great deal to your home. Awnings, canopies and sunroofs let you enjoy the outdoors and carports add shelter for your car and other outdoor items. Yet, it’s important to install these attachments correctly. In a windstorm, loose sheets of fiberglass or metal can cause damage to your home. Read More