What alarms and sensors do you need in your Indiana or Ohio home? Here are some common alarms, including two everyone needs to have, and three many people should at least consider:
When you care about every detail of your home, your insurance should do the same.
The Indiana Department of Insurance is warning Hoosier homeowners and renters that accidental damage caused by fireworks that are banned in their counties may not be covered by their homeowners or renters insurance policies.
Learn more about what these common insurance terms mean so you can be prepared when looking for a policy.
When a big storm hits in Indiana or Ohio, you hunker down inside, relying on your home to protect you and your family. Once that storm passes, though, it’s time to repay the favor — identifying damage and protecting your home from further issues.
Seven out of every 10 adults in the U.S. have a grill or smoker*, which translates to a lot of tasty meals. But it also means there’s an increased risk of home fires.
two great companies to help you in the event a water pipe in your home were to burst even while you’re not home. Flo by Moen and StreamLabs.
We are pleased to announce that we now offer Foremost and Bristol West Insurance.
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Do you have enough coverage as a homeowner to cover your home and possesions during a loss? Do you have enough roof coverage? After the storm happens is too late to correct these things. Call your agent or us at (317) 886-0081 for a home/renters insurance review.