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Restoring Fire Damage - Points To help you Clean Up Right after a Fire

24th November 2012
Fire damage is by far the most unfortunate incidents any family could ever cope with. Not only is it traumatizing enough in itself, it leaves marks on your house that permanently remind you of the freightful scenario. Needless to say, family will come ini... Read >
Author: Arron Cooperstein

Top Insurance website templates

18th June 2010
You want to be sure to buy Wisconsin homeowners insurance to protect your home and your personal possessions, but how much insurance do you need and how can you get a cheap rate? Here are the answers to those questions. Because life insurance coverage is ... Read >
Author: Jackson Kane

Hamp Program Tips How To Get Approved For The Hamp Program

11th April 2010
New legislation from United States President Barack Obama has created what is known as the Home Affordable Modification Program, sometimes referred to by the acronym HAMP. HAMP is really a modification plan that's getting paid for by seventy-five million ... Read >
Author: Bobby Mason

Water Damage, Flood Damage, and Homeowners' Insurance Policies

25th November 2009
Many homeowners still do not know the distinction between flood damage and water damage. Because of this, they get all their insurance claims messed up and this eventually may lead to claims being rejected or undervalued. This article will discuss briefly... Read >
Author: Leo Nov

Which is Better: Attached Or Detached Garage?

28th September 2009
Some would say that an attached garage or a detached garage is a matter of personal preference but each has its advantages as well as disadvantages. Aside from aesthetic considerations, there are some very real issues with both styles. Most houses buil... Read >
Author: Nick Messe

What is Vacant Homeowners Insurance and why is it needed?

10th March 2009
Vacant homeowners insurance (vacant home insurance hereafter) is special insurance protection placed on a residence that is expected to be empty or unoccupied for over 60 to 90 days, or perhaps much longer. Every insurance policy offered by a property ins... Read >
Author: Vacant Home Insurance Now

Cats, Rats, and Bats - What Homeowners Insurance Fails to Cover

14th March 2008
According to surveys conducted by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC), millions of homeowners assume that their standard homeowners insurance insures them against several kinds of losses typically excluded from coverage. These exclu... Read >
Author: Bradley Steffens

Does your insurance cover emergency roof repairs

24th January 2008
Does your insurance cover Roseville roof repair As homeowners, we are not always protected from the weather conditions that may be prone to the area we live in. Anything from rains, snow, frost, humidity and storms, we have to be ready to protect our ... Read >
Author: Tanya Wiseman

Are Everyday Candles Destroying Your Home And Health?

12th November 2005
Did you know that most candles are made from the sludge in the bottom of a barrel of oil which is bleached and texturized with a chemical called acrolein?They're called paraffin candles and burning one puts all the same horrible toxins and carcinogens (ca... Read >
Author: Soy CandleMaker
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