How To Allergy-Proof Your Home

Allergy sufferers have immune systems that mean well, but are a little over-reactive, releasing chemicals like histamine to get rid of normally harmless substances called allergens. Histamine triggers the body to push the allergens out, using your nose, eyes, and mouth as exit routes, which creates inflammation and general allergy-related symptoms in the process. If […]

How to Spot Fake Reviews

Fake reviews are becoming more common on Google than ever before. The algorithm in place is obviously not designed to see the new type of review that is getting past their anti-spam system, and this is giving an unfair advantage to undeserving companies posing as reputable and trustworthy. This new, “Slow Drip Review,” is basically […]

Preventing Slip & Fall Accidents

As a business owner, property owner, or a landlord, you want to maintain a safe business property for your employees and tenants. To reduce the potential for slips, trips, and falls, you may want to consider the following safety tips: General safety tips Maintain adequate lighting in parking areas, on sidewalks, and in stairways to […]

When To File a Claim

Homeowners insurance is designed to cover damage to your property caused by certain covered events. It stands to reason, as you are paying your premiums, you should take advantage of available coverage. The reality is, it is not always advisable to file a homeowners insurance claim as it can lead to higher premiums or even […]

Flood Safety Tips

Floods can occur anywhere, with floodwaters rising gradually or flash floods striking suddenly. Flash floods are the number one weather-related killer in the United States — most flood fatalities happen because people try to drive through deadly waters rather than avoid them. (Source: Federal Emergency Management Agency, 2005) Water’s powerful force can easily overtake vehicles caught in […]

Vacant Home Insurance

The words “vacant home” can have a pretty negative connotation. You probably picture a decrepit house with boarded up windows in a dilapidated area that no one would touch with a 39 ½” pole. In reality, nice, normal homes go vacant every day. Occasionally, people may buy an empty house to fix it up and […]

What Is A Hygrometer & How Does It Work

Does your home often feel dry? Or too muggy? If you are experiencing chapped/dry skin, or difficulty breathing while in your home, you may need to get your humidity level checked out. Humidity levels that are not between the averages of 30- 50 percent can be potentially dangerous for your health. You can personally check […]