As a commercial enterprise operator, it’s important to prepare your property for the upcoming winter. To do so should help you to reduce your risk of losses from roof collapse and save claims and costs on your insurance.
With parts of Ohio being vulnerable to tornadoes, it’s important to find ways to reduce the risk of damage to local homes. Improved tornado-resistance and strengthening the connections between the building components can help reduce the risks and damages, as well as other methods.
Homeowners in Ohio will probably be well aware of the costs involved in home-ownership – from the mortgage and utility costs, to maintenance and home insurance. Residents who are interested in saving money on energy costs and protecting the environment at the same time may like to learn more about energy-efficient strategies for homeowners.
The Toledo Blade Newspaper recently reported the story of a man who found a million dollars’ worth of vintage baseball cards in the attic of his late grandfather’s Ohio home. Of course, the valuable collection was not covered by any insurance. The grandfather may not have realized what he had in his possession.
Do you own lots of electronics and technology? If a lightening storm comes into town, this could cause a serious problem. Protect your home and belongings by having insurance you can trust. In addition, learn how to stay safe during the storm and from lightening strikes.