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Is it time for you to update your home’s siding? The siding is more than just designed to provide aesthetics to your home. It also is an important way to protect the structure itself. That is why it is always important to maintain it. When damage occurs, have it repaired as soon as possible. READ MORE >>

Home insurance can help protect the lender’s investment into your home. They have put a significant amount of money towards the purchase of your home. You are paying that back over years. During that time, you must maintain insurance to protect your home from most types of risks that could cause damage to it. READ MORE >>

A shed is a secondary storage facility on your property. It may be something you use quite a bit or just a few times a year. However, if this is a structure on your property with valuables within, consider insuring it. Your home insurance policy can cover it. READ MORE >>

When a fire, storm, or act of vandalism damages your home, you want to get it fixed as soon as possible. Home insurance may provide you with the financial means to pay for these types of repairs. However, you shouldn’t rush into choosing a contractor for the job. READ MORE >>

In the unfortunate event that your home is destroyed, will home insurance cover your losses? This is a common question many people ask. Most people believe that if they lose their home, having home insurance means the insurer rebuilds the property. That is not always the case. READ MORE >>

Storms can create a significant amount of damage to any home, particularly in New England. Most often, home insurance helps cover these losses. It can help to cover making repairs or replacements to the areas damaged. Siding may be one area of protection. The siding on your home offers protection to the structure. READ MORE >>

Are you responsible for another person’s injuries if they happen on your property? Initially, you may believe the answer is yes. But, there are some limitations. If a trespasser enters your property, you still have some responsibility for providing a safe space. READ MORE >>

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