Whether you own or rent, live in a home, condominium, or apartment, Farm Family’s Homeowners Advantage policy is designed to protect you and your property.
Smartphones have become more and more expensive in recent years, leading many to wonder if they need a coverage plan. After all, it’s not uncommon for phones to drop on the floor or get lost. When considering a coverage plan, you may want to review what is covered under your homeowners insurance, costs of repairs,… Read more »
The days are warmer and sunnier, summer is fast-approaching, and it’s almost time to open the pool! Before you kick off swimming season, click here for swimming pool safety prep tips.
Did you know May 5 is Wildfire Community Preparation Day? Click here for 8 tips for preparation against wildfires.
Hiring a home contractor can be exciting, confusing and a little scary all at the same time. However, with the proper steps this process can yield a smooth and quality job for you and your family to enjoy. Click here for 6 Tips for Hiring a Home Contractor.
Dog bites are unpleasant, yet they happen. This is why it’s important to think about both prevention and insurance. For information about dog bite claims, insurance and dog bite prevention – click here.
Are you a new homeowner? Congratulations! Now it’s time to properly maintain your home, which requires a proper tool-kit. Click here for home repair tool-kit tips.
It’s a good idea to review insurance basics from time to time. The Insurance Information Institute has produced a couple of quick videos on what you need to do to file a home or auto claim. Click here to watch the videos.
This Sunday is Superbowl Sunday! Whether you watch it for the football, the commercials, or just because – it’s time to get ready for it! For a game day lineup (including the Puppy Bowl!) and tips for Superbowl Sunday, click here.
Ready for a little pre-spring cleaning? Click here for house cleaning hacks to make cleaning a breeze!
Snow on the roof, heat loss from the home and freezing temperatures can add up to a damaging ice dam on your house. An ice dam can cause additional snow melt to go under your roof. To learn more about how ice dams form and how to prevent them, click here.
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