Spring is in the air…finally! After what felt like an endless winter, we’re finally getting closer to warmer temperatures and blooming flowers. No spring season is complete, however, without a little cleaning. If you’re planning on doing some organizing, scrubbing, and disinfecting, it’s also the perfect time to conduct or update your home inventory. Keeping an inventory of your personal belongings will help you and your independent insurance agent make sure you have enough personal property coverage on your home insurance policy and can put your mind at ease if something were to happen to your home, such as a fire, flood, or theft. In the event you experience an emergency like this, having a home inventory on hand can help make the claims process easier. Continue reading “Tips to Create a Home Inventory”
As we head deeper into winter, we want to make sure your home is ready for the weather that comes along with it. One of the biggest winter hassles for homeowners in New England comes in the form of ice dams. Beyond damaging your roof and gutters, ice dams can also lead to serious water damage within your home, which is why we wanted to make sure you understand what they are, how they form, and what you can do to prevent them.
Hurricane season takes place every year from June through November, with September being the peak of the storm season. Here at Quincy Mutual Group, we understand the devastating effects that this type of storm can have, and we want to ensure that you, your family, and your home are prepared — which is why we’re doing our part for National Preparedness Month and offering the steps to take before a destructive storm.