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When shopping with your kids, consider making a “just in case” separation plan. Not all stores will have great cell-phone reception, so pick an easily remembered meeting place—like the mannequin in the unforgettably ugly dress that reminds you of your ’80s prom—in case you’re separated.
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A lot can change in a year, even if you’re not an ocean-dwelling behemoth. So call me to schedule your free Farmers Friendly Review. We'll run through a quick checklist of updates in your life (like buying a new car, remodeling a home, or even adjusting your retirement goals) and you can select coverage for your needs based on anything that's changed.
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Some of your most expensive jewelry can survive a fire, which, for the typical home, averages 1,100 degrees Fahrenheit (just shy of liquid magma—no biggie). But just because it can take the heat, it doesn’t mean it doesn’t need coverage. Give me a call and let’s go over your homeowner’s policy soon.
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If you happen to have towering snow people, tall old trees or other potential hazards near your home, you’re going to want to double check what you’re covered for. Give me a call today and make sure your policies are the right size for you.
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When shopping this holiday season, you may think, “Do I really need to insure this purchase?” In 2014, 97.3 percent of home insurance claims were for property damage. So, in case the unexpected happens, you’ll want to make sure you select coverage for your expensive gifts. Give me a call and let’s chat.
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You know the saying, “too many cooks in the kitchen,” but you could also have too many appliances. Forty-four percent of home fires start in the kitchen; by unplugging equipment that you aren’t using, you’ll help reduce the risk of it generating heat and sparking a flame.
Need more tips on how to protect your home? Give me a call and let’s chat.
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I love this ironic fact. Make sure your important things don’t go up in smoke and select the policies that are right for you. Let's chat.
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You’ve ticked off all the boxes on your RV’s winterizing checklist? You’re not done quite yet. Mold and mildew can thrive during the winter months when left unchecked. Pick up a hygrometer and dehumidifier to help keep your RV swamp-creature free. And then give me a call to make sure you’re protecting your RV year-round.
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Even the most beautiful winter wonderland starts looking more like a frozen wasteland if you’re stuck out in the elements. Use this weekend as a chance to re-evaluate your car’s emergency kit for wintertime. One thing to swap out would be water for sports drinks (which have a lower freezing temperature due to the sugars and electrolytes). After you’re done, let’s chat so you can make sure you’re protected in other ways.
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Pro tip: It’s hard enough to make it out of the mall alive during this chaotic shopping season, let alone remember where you parked. Make a habit of dropping a pin or taking a picture while walking away, so you can easily recognize where your car is. You don’t want to be wandering around with all your shiny new purchases. And if you do have shiny new purchases, give me a call so we can talk about coverage options.
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Cold and flu season is upon us, so here’s a tip to help you stay sharp: If you start to feel a headache coming on, snack on some almonds. It may sound nuts (See what I did there?), but they are loaded with salicin, an agent in common over-the-counter painkillers, so a handful could help soothe the pain in a pinch and can even help you live longer. Don’t believe me? Check it out: http://www.health.harvard.edu/blog/eating-nuts-linked-to-healthier-longer-life-201311206893
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The last thing you want to worry about before your holiday trip is coming home to a flooded house. Spend this weekend contacting a professional to replace any rubber or plastic supply lines with ones encased in a braided stainless steel sheath. Why? They last longer and also can deter mice from chewing through. Reach out to me for even more tips on how you can protect your house.
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