by Justin Metz
Whether you need more space for your growing family or are relocating for a new job, moving to a new home is something most of us will encounter eventually.
But while looking for the perfect house can be an exciting process, you’ll also be faced with the reality of selling your current one.
Putting your home on the market is a daunting task. Not only do you want it to sell quickly, but you also want to get the most out of your investment. After all, the more money you make at the sale, the more you’ll have available to put down on your next house.
by Nancy Daniel
If you’re like many homeowners, you may have received offers in the mail promoting protection plans for exterior utility lines or pipes. And if you’re like most consumers, you’re not quite sure if this protection is something you might actually need.
Article by: Hvacmaintenance.org
- Three out of five home fire deaths result from fires in properties without working smoke alarms.
- More than one-third (37 percent) of home fire deaths result from fires in which no smoke alarms are present.
- The risk of dying in a home fire is cut in half in homes with working smoke alarms.
When your life changes, your insurance often needs to change with it. Yet it’s not always clear what kind of protection you, your family or your business really need.
Bowers Insurance is here to help you get everything squared away.
Not sure how to start? Here are six questions to ask one of our insurance agents.
1. Do I need additional insurance if I’m remodeling or adding on to my home?
Your home likely took a beating this winter, so you’ll want to invest some time in helping it get back to its pre-winter condition. Here are a few ways you can help your home recover from winter.
The last leaves are falling off the trees, the holiday planning is getting underway and the morning air has that distinctive crisp chill here in Tri-State Area.
Are you thinking of doing some home improvements this summer?
Click here to take a quick quiz to help you find where you'll get the most bang for your buck on home improvements.