Merritt Hall Insurance Blog: home insurance
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Thursday, January 4, 2024Identity theft is a growing problem. It involves someone using the information of another person for personal gain. Identity theft victims may not realize what is occurring for some time. And, it can then take years to repair the damage. It is important to work to protect yourself from identity theft. READ MORE >>
Sunday, October 1, 2023Over two-thirds of American homes are underinsured. Why? Many people think that reducing coverage is the best way to cut back on home insurance spending. But that could get you into big trouble if an incident occurs that is no longer covered under your policy. Rather, keep your valuable coverage and use these three tips to save: READ MORE >>
Thursday, July 6, 2023Many people think the best way to save on homeowners insurance is to reduce their coverage, but that could put you in a very bad spot if a covered event occurs. Over two-thirds of American homes are underinsured because of this. Instead of sacrificing valuable coverage, try the following 3 tips for saving on your current coverage: READ MORE >>
Wednesday, April 19, 2023If you’re like most Americans, your home is your largest investment. You put a lot of money into purchasing it, paying off the mortgage, and keeping it running. But you also put a great deal of time into making it your own. You are proud of your home. So what if something were to happen to it — such as a fire, burglary or vandalism? READ MORE >>
Thursday, February 2, 2023Since a home fire is such a devastating event, it is often assumed that the kitchen is the most dangerous room in the house. However this is not true according to a study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In terms of the numbers of injuries sustained, the bathroom is by far the most dangerous. READ MORE >>
Friday, April 15, 2022Home insurance is one of the most valuable investments you can make. Yet, it may not seem as valuable when you are making payments on it, and perhaps even struggling to do so. In some cases, you may simply forget to make the payment. Whenever this occurs, you may mistakenly let the policy lapse. READ MORE >>