Archives for July 2014

Being Prepared For a Home Fire

A fire in your home can be a terrifying experience and that’s why home fire prevention is so important. Avoiding a home fire is all about being prepared and planning ahead. Keeping your family informed and ready for an emergency is the best way to survive a home fire. A smoke alarm is cheap and Read More

Six Tips To Keep Your Commercial Vehicle Running Right

When your business revolves around your commercial vehicle, you can’t afford small damages to build up to real problems. Keeping your commercial vehicle maintained can insure safety for your business and its employees. Follow these tips to keep your business and your commercial vehicle running smoothly. Keep your vehicle floor clean from any obstructions such Read More

Revamp Your Residence! Summer Tips For A Home Make Over

Spring is famous for being the cleanup season of choice. However, summer is actually a great time to take care of bigger tasks, and revamp your home! With the kids out of school, you may even be able to come up with fun ways for them to help you out! Here are some effortless ways Read More

4 Tips For Keeping Your New Ride Pristine

You’ve been working for years to afford that stylish new ride. In an attempt to support the local youth soccer team, you take your brand new car to their charity car wash, and leave with a huge scratch underneath your driver-side door. Next time, keep your car looking pristine- donate, but skip the car wash. Read More

Purchasing A Policy? Homeowners 101

Still not completely sure of what is covered under your homeowners insurance policy? Typically your homeowners policy will cover the cost of damage to your belongings and property in the case of a disaster. Additionally, you will be protected from liability if someone injures his or herself on your property. If something happens to your Read More

Don’t Say “I Do” Without A Policy

Your special day has finally arrived! After months of planning, and thousands of dollars spent in deposits, you are finally getting ready to say, “I do”. I’m sure you’ve thought of many things that could go wrong during your ceremony or reception and tried to limit those as much as possible. But, whether its rain, Read More