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The Top Causes of House Fires and How to Prevent Them

Of the many things that can jeopardize the safety and security of a home, few can cause the amount of damage and loss like a house fire. According to the National Fire Prevention Association, the average homeowners claim for fire damage is over $79,000, with house fires causing over $8 billion a year in damages across the country. Because of their destructive nature, homeowners should take every precaution possible to prevent house fires and eliminate the risk of damages and injuries.

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Written by Adam Miller
How to Protect Your Home from Windstorm Damage This Winter

Homeowners near the Gulf Coast tend to be more cautious and prepared for strong weather during hurricane season, but the reality is that severe weather can strike at any time of the year. Winter can be just as damaging to homes due to high winds and strong gusts as colder weather arrives. Homeowners can take proactive steps now to help protect their property from windstorm damage and minimize potential damages and losses. Our Aegis blog post today looks at some of the ways homeowners can prep their homes now and keep their property safe.

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Written by Adam Miller
Can You Afford to Pay for Damages You Cause?

When most people think of insurance protection, they often think of how it can protect against their own personal injuries or damage to their own property. What some people fail to recognize is that insurance is just as important in protecting against injuries or damages we cause to others, or that takes place on our property. Without proper coverage, these damages or injuries can lead to substantial liability claims and hefty judgments that could put us in dire financial situations.

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Written by Adam Miller
Important Maintenance Tips For New Homeowners

When you buy your first home, it's thrilling to make plans for furnishing it and hosting your first guests. What's not as thrilling is finding out you don't know what all to do to properly maintain your new home. Since homes don't exactly come with an instruction guide, many new homeowners don't know how to maintain their home until something has broken or malfunctioned, which could lead to costly repairs.

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Written by Adam Miller
How To Develop A Safety Strategy For Your Property and Assets

These uncertain times have led to breaks in work, breaks in activities, and breaks in calendars and schedules. However, crime is something that never takes a break, so it's important to have safety strategies in place to protect our families, our homes, our vehicles, and our personal assets. In today's Aegis blog post, we look at some ways to create safety strategies for your personal assets and reduce your risk.

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Written by Adam Miller
How To Get Your Home and Finances In Order For Your Growing Family

The upcoming arrival of a new baby can bring a flood of emotions to expecting parents, but also a long list of important decisions to make and tasks to complete before the baby arrives. A key task for any new parent is to make sure both their home and finances are in order before the child arrives, whether through childbirth, adoption, or fostering. When a family home is safe and ready to welcome a new baby, and financial decisions have already been made, it helps parents be able to fully focus on bonding and caring for their child.

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How Smart Doorbells and Outdoor Cameras Can Keep Your Home Safer

As people prepare for holiday gatherings or traveling, many overlook the fact that their homes might be prime targets for burglars or other criminals this holiday season. Rather than coming home to find Christmas gifts stolen or cars burglarized overnight, homeowners can take home security and protection into their own hands by investing in smart doorbells and outdoor camera systems. Make this holiday season a safe and happy one by learning how these electronic tools can help keep your home and neighborhood safer.

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Written by Adam Miller
Is Your Home Protected From Winter Weather?

This is the time of year when cold fronts and Arctic weather begin arriving on a regular basis, sometimes bringing with them strong wind gusts, freezing rain, and icy precipitation. Although we might prepare for winter weather by wearing warmer clothes and protecting plants and pets, we can easily overlook the importance of protecting our homes from the effects of winter weather. A single winter storm or Arctic blast can wreak havoc on our homes if we're not prepared, so today's Aegis blog post looks at several ways to protect our homes this winter.

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Written by Adam Miller
Is Your Family Prepared For Emergencies?

September is National Preparedness Month, which is recognized each year to encourage disaster and emergency planning for individuals and families. Too often people are left unprepared when disaster strikes, and a lack of early preparation typically results in a longer and more difficult recovery period. In today's Aegis blog post, we look at three areas of preparation everyone should evaluate and discuss.

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Written by Adam Miller
How To Properly Inventory Your Personal Possessions

We always want to be prepared in the event a disaster strikes our home, whether it's a fire, flood, burglary, or other major event. But if your home and possessions are lost or stolen, how well would you be able to remember all of your assets and their value for insurance purposes? The reality is that people greatly underestimate how many possessions they actually have, as well as their overall value, particularly after the trauma of a disaster when they are relying strictly on their memory.

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