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Low temperature sensor: A smart choice to protect your home

By agent, alarm system, app, attic, basement, burst, cabinets, computer, damage, drop, exterior, freezing, home, Home Protection-Water, house, independent, Insurance, low, maintain, monitor, Personal Insurance, pipes, prevent, protect, sensor, sink, smart, smartphone, tablet, temperature, walls, warm
low-temperature-sensor

So many smart home products are reaching the market, homeowners may have trouble choosing which would provide the most benefit. But one product stands out for homes in areas that experience freezing temperatures: Low temperature sensors.

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Questions to help set home replacement cost

By 1944, agent, basement, beamed, bi-level, brick, carpet, colonial, contemporary, cost, estimate, expense, exterior, features, home, house, independent, inspection, Insurance, insured, interior, market, Personal Insurance, ranch, renovation, replacement, roof, shingle, siding, slab, solar, square footage, tile, traditional, value, vaulted, vinyl, wet bar, window, wine cellar, wood
replacement-value

When you’re buying homeowners insurance, how do you determine the replacement cost of your home? Many homeowners automatically base the replacement cost on the current market value. But that method could leave you with unpleasant surprises if you have a loss.

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Questions to help set home replacement cost

By 1944, agent, basement, beamed, bi-level, brick, carpet, colonial, contemporary, cost, estimate, expense, exterior, features, home, house, independent, inspection, Insurance, insured, interior, market, Personal Insurance, ranch, renovation, replacement, roof, shingle, siding, slab, solar, square footage, tile, traditional, value, vaulted, vinyl, wet bar, window, wood
replacement-value

When you’re buying homeowners insurance, how do you determine the replacement cost of your home? Many homeowners automatically base the replacement cost on the current market value. But that method could leave you with unpleasant surprises if you have a loss.

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Spring checklist: How did your home hold up?

By agent, air conditioning, alarm, batteries, carbon, caulking, cooling, driveways, dryer, equipment, exterior, faucet, fixup, gutters, heating, home, independent, Insurance, lighting, maintenance, monoxide, outdoor, paint, Personal Insurance, pipes, play, prevent, protect, pump, railings, repair, replace, roof, safe, safety, service, sidewalks, siding, smoke, spring, sump, vent, windows
spring-home-fixups

As the calendar turns to spring, it’s time to assess how your property weathered the winter. This is a good time to make a “to-do” list to prevent property maintenance and liability issues.

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