Homeowners Insurance for New Homeowners

Purchasing your first home is an exciting experience. It is an opportunity to finally have some control over deciding between prioritizing that his and hers bathroom sink or choosing a home with a backyard big enough to host parties. Becoming a first-time homeowner can be viewed as a big step toward the path of becoming an adult. Often remiss from the conversation of choosing the home is the importance of having the right homeowners insurance. These are a few pertinent questions to understand that could help complement the right home with the right homeowners insurance. [Read more…]

Top 5 Car Insurance Myths

There are a lot of rumors and myths out there about automobile insurance. Don’t believe everything you hear. The reality is that many of these are simply false and can give you the wrong impression about how your insurance works. Here are five of the most common myths you’ll hear floating around and where their misconceptions lie. [Read more…]

How to Plan and Move Your Business to a Temporary Location

business meeting business woman Explain analyze the company's sales plan to team leader and business owner by use computer laptop calculator stock maket chart on wood desk in conferance.A recent study conducted by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, natural disasters used $306 billion in damages worldwide in 2017. These damages often include harm to buildings that harbor businesses like yours. If you’ve been affected, then you’re likely in a situation that requires fast action to find a proper location and get your business back up and running. If you’re attempting to protect your business from a disaster before it strikes, check out our blog, Protect Your Business from Natural Disasters. [Read more…]

Tips on How to Safely Use Your Space Heater

Space heater on a wooden floorThe winter is here, and so aren’t the inevitable expensive heating bills. Often times, homes and offices will try to save money on their heating bill by using an alternative source such as a space heater. While this may seem like a great idea, but if you fail to use it safely, you could be putting yourself and everyone around you in danger. The National Fire Protection Agency released a report that heating equipment is the second leading cause of U.S home fires and the third leading cause of home fire deaths. Learn more about how to prevent a fire in your home and how to keep yourself safe and warm this winter. [Read more…]

Tips on How to Get Through a Power Outage

A picture of power lines during the sunset with a blue and yellow skyIn Massachusetts, we are not new to losing power, especially in the winter. We always are involved in major winter storms such as snow, ice, sleet, rain, and wind which can have a major effect on our power lines. Usually, we can expect that power will be restored within the hour, but sometimes it takes longer. If this happens to your home, are you prepared? [Read more…]

What Do You Do If Your Pipes Freeze?

The bitter cold of the winter is here, and just when you think it is starting to warm up again, it goes back to negative degrees. We are all just wishing for a warm 25-degree day, oppose to -3 degrees. This freezing weather not only sparks health issues such as frostbite or having a hard time breathing because of the thin air, but also risks to your home such as frozen pipes. What do you do if your pipes freeze? [Read more…]