Tag: homeowner

Paul Davis Promises 30-Minute Response

If you’re a homeowner whose property has been devastated by a flood, a fire or a tornado, the immediate aftermath is exceedingly difficult. Your home, your security and your sense of safety are in tatters. You’re shocked and sad. Many people feel physical distress: shaking, hyperventilation, nausea, dizziness. You’re not… Read more »

Water Heater Maintenance Will Prolong Useful Life

Water Heater Maintenance Will Prolong Useful Life

Vince’s vacation bliss lasted almost 10 minutes after he returned home. Then he went downstairs and discovered his basement soaking in two inches of water from a water heater leak. The bill for fixing carpet, drywall and a pool table? Over $20,000. Like many homeowners, Vince installed his water heater… Read more »

Know the Insurance Limitations on Vacant Properties

Know the Insurance Limitations on Vacant Properties

Homeowners who spend time away from properties they own need to be aware that their insurer may determine their primary and secondary vacation home(s) vacant or unoccupied if left for 60 days or more — this according to the National Association of Insurance Commissioners. Insurers deem vacant or unoccupied houses… Read more »