Landscape insurance covers homeowners with valuable gardens and trees

Landscape insurance - Home and Garden

Some homeowners have adequate coverage with their standard policies but others need more. Summer is here and with it are the season’s severe storms and other potential risks that make homeowners look into landscape insurance. Summer comes with a full range of highly destructive perils that can harm expensive landscaping. Summer storms can be far more severe than spring rains. Hot temperatures can bring wild winds, downpours of rain, lightning strikes and damaging hail. If you have a good homeowners insurance policy, you’ll have the coverage you need to cover…

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Is your home protected on July 4 in case of firework damage?

Firework damage - Fourth of July Celebration

A gorgeous pyrotechnic display is a fantastic way to polish off a red, white, and blue themed party. Families and friends across the country are preparing to celebrate the fourth of July and should understand their coverage against firework damage to ensure that if something goes awry it won’t lead to financial ruin. The National Fire Protection Agency says this is the biggest day of the year for home fires. Firework damage is a serious risk. Though additional precautions can help to prevent disaster, it’s still important to understand your…

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Hurricane Preparedness Week encourages homeowners to check their insurance

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The industry is reminding property owners to review their coverage and update if necessary. The insurance industry used this week, Hurricane Preparedness Week, to remind homeowners that storm season is on its way. This makes the week the perfect opportunity to go over insurance policies and make changes to prepare properties for what could potentially be an active year. The insurance industry has released lists of helpful instructions to keep customers properly covered. Hurricane Preparedness Week arrives just before the official season begins. That way, homeowners have time to look…

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Insurance customer trends show one in three Americans don’t shop again for policies

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A new survey showed that policyholders in the U.S. don’t re-shop to find better coverage or rates. One out of every three Americans have never re-shopped for a policy, say the results of a new insurance customer trends survey. The research found that almost half of all policyholders who have looked around for a better deal has not done so within the last year. The research was conducted on homeowners insurance and auto insurance customers. American consumers are risking overpaying for their coverage, say the results of a new Policygenius…

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Insurance customers can enjoy the benefits of Tidying Up With Marie Kondo

Benefits of Tidying Up - Toy Storage

The popular Netflix series is reducing clutter levels but also underscores an often overlooked coverage step. While most people love the de-cluttering benefits of Tidying Up With Marie Kondo, the insurance industry sees this as a fantastic opportunity for policyholders to take a very important but frequently overlooked step to gain the best coverage. Nearly all renters and homeowners insurance customers miss this vital step to ensuring top coverage. The Netflix series, Tidying Up with Marie Kondo has become explosively popular. This is particularly true as people use the benefits…

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National Flood Insurance Program Expires in Under 2 Weeks

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The last day for the program will be July 31st unless Congress changes or renews it. The National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), which covers five million homes against the risk of flooding, is about to expire. In fact, in under two weeks, on July 31, the program will come to an end unless Congress acts to extend it. Congress could renew it as-is or could attempt to agree to change it, but they’re running out of time. If the National Flood Insurance Program is not renewed, those with coverage will…

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Amazon home insurance reportedly a possibility

Amazon Home Insurance - Amazon box

The e-commerce giant is reportedly thinking about offering property owners their own coverage. It wouldn’t come as a shock to many people if Amazon home insurance were to make its way into the market. The company – and its CEO Jeff Bezos – is known for taking their own angle in traditional markets. The online marketplace is reportedly thinking about selling home insurance policies of its own. The Amazon home insurance reports have yet to be officially confirmed. Amazon.com does not typically publicly discuss products it has in development. The…

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