Archive for January, 2017

6 Things to Consider When Buying Renters Insurance

Friday, January 27th, 2017
renters insurance

Make sure your apartment is protected.

Especially in the Maryland, DC, and Virginia area, renters insurance isn’t optional for those living in apartments and leased homes. Purchasing renters insurance is a big decision and you need to choose a policy that will cover all of the things inside of your home. Here are some simple tips to consider while purchasing renters insurance for your rental. (more…)

How to Tell if You Have a Damaged Roof after a Hailstorm

Friday, January 20th, 2017
damaged roof from a hailstorm

Was your roof damaged in a hailstorm? How can you tell?

Now that the chill of winter has set in and snow, sleet, rain, and every combination of those are coating the roads and your home, you need to have a plan for inspecting your home after weather events. Hailstorms can wreak havoc on your roof in a very short amount of time. Here are some tips for determining if you have a damaged roof after a hailstorm blows through. (more…)

Winter Emergency Supplies Every Driver Should Have in Their Car

Friday, January 13th, 2017
Winter Emergency Supplies

Make sure your vehicle is adequately stocked with winter emergency supplies.

Winter has some of the nastiest weather, but also some of the biggest holidays that involve traveling long distances! Keeping your car and family safe while traveling is incredibly important, so here are some of the winter emergency supplies that you should have in your car whether you’re with others or alone. (more…)

Does Business Insurance Cover Damage from Fallen Trees?

Friday, January 6th, 2017
fallen trees

A fallen tree can cause considerable damage.

Storms can often leave a trail of fallen trees behind. Not to mention that the upcoming winter snows tend to weigh down branches to the point of breaking. Fallen trees and broken branches can do considerable damage. What happens if a tree collapses into the side of your building? Your business insurance might cover it, depending on the policy. (more…)