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40 Posts Discussing How to Recover After Being Victim of Natural Disaster

Posted November 3rd, 2010 by HomeownersInsurance.org Staff - no comments

The key to surviving a natural disaster is greatly dependent on preplanning before the disaster strikes.  What happens when you realize that you’ve just survived a natural disaster?  Recovery can often be as devastating as the disaster itself. Good homeowners insurance will help you take care of damage to your home, but there are still […]

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Categories: Natural Disasters

Little Things You Can Do to Increase Your Homes Value

Posted November 2nd, 2010 by HomeownersInsurance.org Staff - no comments

Everyone likes to make improvements on their homes as the years go by, and every project you do only helps add to your homes value while also making sure it remains comfortable for you and fits your tastes. One thing many people dont consider is that there are even very cheap and obvious things you […]

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Categories: Home Value

5 Homes You Wouldn’t Want to Pay the Insurance Premiums For

Posted November 2nd, 2010 by HomeownersInsurance.org Staff - no comments

Most of us dream of having a big house someday. A huge yard with rolling hills and a stately mansion in whatever style you like best may be on your wish list, but even if you could afford one, you probably wouldn’t want to pay the high homeowners insurance premiums. Of course, there are mansions, […]

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Categories: Uncategorized

A Man’s Castle is His Home

Posted November 1st, 2010 by HomeownersInsurance.org Staff - no comments

C’mon, admit it: you’ve thought about it, maybe even dreamt about it. We don’t blame you. Really, when it comes down to it, who wouldn’t want to own his own castle? Sure, the cost of homeowners insurance would be through the roof, but can you imagine driving your Beemer home every day and parking it […]

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50 Posts on Reading the Fine Print About Things Your Home Insurance Probably Doesn’t Cover

Posted October 31st, 2010 by Staff Writer - no comments

Whether you are a first-time buyer or a seasoned natural, the process of buying a home is quite arduous and in all of the excitement and frustration, it is easy to lose yourself in the details.  When it comes to choosing your home insurance however, you must be vigilant and always read the fine print […]

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Categories: Advice

How to Heat Your Home Safely

Posted October 29th, 2010 by HomeownersInsurance.org Staff - no comments

The cold winter months are fast approaching, and many families are concerned about keeping safe and warm. We know there are hazards involved with space heaters, but natural gas and other fuels can also be dangerous. To keep yourself and your loved ones safe this winter, follow a few basic tips on safely heating your […]

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Categories: Green Living

Should You Buy or Rent?

Posted October 28th, 2010 by HomeownersInsurance.org Staff - no comments

The housing market has taken such a beating during the economic crisis that many are now recommending that people rent instead of buying a home. This advice is founded primarily on current economic factors that will change over time, but there is plenty of opposition to this viewpoint as well. Credit is harder to come […]

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Categories: Advice

Winter Landscaping Ideas

Posted October 27th, 2010 by HomeownersInsurance.org Staff - no comments

During the warmer months, it’s easy to come up with beautiful landscaping ideas that will make your home more attractive. During the winter, however, landscaping is still important. Just think how drab everything tends to look when that pretty new snow melts to reveal a brown carpet of grass. Try out these ideas to make […]

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Categories: Uncategorized

How to Weatherproof Your Home for Winter

Posted October 26th, 2010 by HomeownersInsurance.org Staff - no comments

Whether you’re the environmental type, or just looking to save some money on your heating bills this winter, weatherproofing your home is always a good idea. Most often, the money you put into the materials and labor will come back to you in energy savings over time. There are several basic things every homeowner should […]

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Categories: Green Living

Take Care of Those Falling Leaves

Posted October 25th, 2010 by HomeownersInsurance.org Staff - no comments

This time of year, falling leaves collect in yards, on driveways, and on sidewalks. As a homeowner, it’s your job to stay on top of the leaf collection, and make safe paths for pedestrians. Were you aware that you could be sued if a stranger slips and falls on the sidewalk in front of your […]

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Categories: Uncategorized

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