Being a homeowner brings with it many responsibilities. There are a number of things that must be dealt with from a maintenance standpoint. Here, we will give you a list of things to do to keep things in good shape. If you're handy, most of them can be done on your own. Otherwise you can reach out to a company or handyman to have them done for you.
It can really be helpful to be frugal and make sure you get the most for your money. There are, however, a few things you need to be careful of when purchasing your homeowners insurance. Recently we went over some ways to save money on your policy. Here are some things to avoid.
There are a number of factors to look at when searching for the best deal on your policy. Remember though, that cheapest isn’t always best. Each company has its own rating and it is easy to find who handles their customers best. If you have difficulties just getting coverages, imagine how that may reflect when the time comes that you have a claim to file. Do your homework. Your home is your castle.
This week’s blog was supposed to be about the next 5 items in our list of ways to lower your homeowners insurance. In light of recent events like the flood in Colorado, shootings at the Navy Yard and a myriad of other surprise disasters and emergencies, the topic this week will be based on helping you as an individual and family prepare just a little more for the unknown. There are books written on the subject and this list will not be inclusive in any way, but it can be a good starting point for anyone who hasn’t taken those first steps.