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5 Questions About Commercial Auto Insurance

Commercial auto insurance and personal auto insurance are not the same. If you are a business owner, our knowledgeable agency can help you find the coverage you need. The following are five important things any business owner should know about commercial auto insurance. What Is the Purpose of Commercial Auto Insurance? Commercial auto insurance is designed to protect your business from legal claims of property... Read Article

Will Homeowners Insurance Cover My Driveway, Shed, Or Other Structure?

Homeowners insurance is not one-size-fits all. Policies can be custom-tailored to suit individual needs. However, the majority of homeowners insurance policies include coverage for other structures on the property to help repair or replace structures that have been damaged by a covered risk. What Is Homeowners Insurance? Homeowners insurance is a policy purchased by a homeowner and consisting of coverages to replace or repair the... Read Article

Buyer’s Remorse: Can You Guess What Homeowners Regret Most?

These stainless steel appliances show EVERY fingerprint! Is that how much it’ll cost to refinish our hardwood floors!? I thought I’d love these granite countertops… but I’m so over them! Ever experience a homebuyer’s hangover? You’re not alone. What seemed like a great feature during that walk-through gradually loses its sparkle when you’re living with it every day.  Our latest national survey asked 500 U.S.... Read Article

Don’t Ignore That Car Recall. Here’s Why.

From child safety seats to air bag inflators, it seems like there’s some type of recall in the news every few months. But while it may be an all-too-common headline these days, don’t brush it off. It’s imperative to follow up immediately if your car has been affected by a recall.  Only you can protect your family or yourself from defective equipment that could pose... Read Article

How To Know If Granite Countertops Are Right For You

When my husband and I decided to buy our home, there were many features we fell in love with: The brick fireplace…the wooded yard…the built-ins. But the one thing we couldn’t get past was the bathroom countertops. Straight out of a 1982 home design magazine, the bathroom included countertops with 4-inch tiled squares. So far so good, right? Did I mention the tiles were pink... Read Article