Safety and Security for Your Home and Possessions

How to Protect Your Property and Cover Your Assets Property insurance is necessary for those who own their homes or condos as well as those who rent. Your home is one of your biggest assets and should be protected from unforeseen events. If you rent your home or condo, your landlord’s policy likely only covers Read More

Don’t Let Identity Theft Delete Your Life’s Greatest Moments

There are countless opportunities for identity thieves and fraudsters to use your personal information for their own gain. From stealing your credit card and bank account information to Social Security number and more, the damage they cause can be a major disruption to your life. You could suffer immediate financial losses from their crimes as Read More

Home Inventory — A Get Started Guide

A home inventory list can save you time (and stress!) if you ever have to file a claim, and apps like Know Your Stuff from the Insurance Information Institute make it really easy! Keep track of your belongings, as well as their value, and easily share that information with your agent to speed up your Read More

How it Pays to Have Energy-Efficient Heating and Air-Conditioning Equipment

It doesn’t happen often, but sooner or later all homeowners are faced with replacing their heating and cooling systems with newer models. This is a big-ticket project that takes a significant amount of funds from the household budget. But there are advantages to new equipment, according to our partners at Trusted Choice. If your central Read More

It’s Tornado Season. Are You Covered?

In the spring in Ohio, common wind-related losses typically covered by homeowners insurance include damage caused by downed-trees and damage to roofs, walls and ceilings. Some property losses are covered under homeowners insurance and some may be covered by policy endorsements. Limits and deductibles apply based on coverage and your policy. Vehicles damaged by flooding Read More