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Preserve your prized jewelry and watches

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jewelry-box

Jewelry and watches have a strong appeal to many people. They can represent sentiment, personal adornment, private assets, family heirlooms and collectible works of art. Because of their unique value, jewelry worn today should be preserved for tomorrow.

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Questions to help set home replacement cost

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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

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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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5 questions to promote quality in construction management

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quality-in-construction

Quality is king in construction. Reputations hinge on excellence, which is why most contractors work hard to ensure they produce quality products. The more robust the quality management process, the better. If you want to test your quality assurance operations, check out these five questions every contractor should consider – and some answers for success in quality.

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5 questions to promote quality in construction management

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quality-in-construction

Quality is king in construction. Reputations hinge on excellence, which is why most contractors work hard to ensure they produce quality products. The more robust the quality management process, the better. If you want to test your quality assurance operations, check out these five questions every contractor should consider – and some answers for success in quality.

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COVID-19: Have a project restart strategy

By agency, agent, construction, contract, Contractor, costs, document, employee, employment, engineering, expenses, financial, independent, inspection, Insurance, labor, materials, momentum, Pandemic, pay, permit, pool, project, restart, shutdown, startup, supply chain, time, trade, worker, workforce
group-teleconferencing

Construction projects that shut down production in the short term deserve careful consideration when it’s time to restart operations. Contractors must recognize the need to create a plan for resuming work after restrictions imposed during the pandemic are lifted.

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Breweries and distilleries: Preparing for a boiler inspection

By agent, beverage, blowdown, boiler, brewery, burner, chemistry, craft, Craft Beverage, distillery, External, firing, generation, identify, independent, industry, inspection, Insurance, internal, issues, jurisdiction, logs, operator, oxygen, state, steam, tags, teardown, tube
boiler-inspection-tag

Steam generation is the heart of many breweries and distilleries, so maintaining the system’s health is vital for safe, efficient and uninterrupted operation. The inspection process is an important component of preventive maintenance that may help identify issues before a problem occurs.

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Give your boiler room to breathe

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boiler-room-breathe

With the outside temperatures dropping, it is once again heating season, which means it is time to turn on your boiler. Keep in mind that, like us, boilers need air and personal space.

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Making the most of the home walk-through

By agent, basement, bathrooms, block, cabinets, caulk, ceiling, concrete, Consumer Tips, floor, furnace, heater, home, independent, inspect, inspection, inspector, Insurance, intrusion, kitchen, laundry, leak, level, mechanical, moisture, pipe, pipes, regulate, regulator, sink, through, walk, walk-through, water, window
home-walk-through

It’s easy to get caught up in excitement when you’re looking for a new home. Keep in mind, though, when a home is listed for sale, it is being presented as positively as possible. As a prospective buyer, you will want to examine the property inside and out, door to door and ceiling to floor.

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Flying into 2019: Using drones to serve policyholders

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justin-and-drone

Recently, I got to witness something pretty cool. Our Headquarters Claims department contracted with a company to lease a drone to use for inspections and claims. Kyle Mathews and Justin Anderson, two of our claims technology specialists, participated in a training exercise so they can fly the drone on their own in the future. The vendor walked them through all the steps to ensure a safe flight.

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