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During the holiday season, it's often easier to shop online to find gifts for your loved ones. But while online shopping can save you the trip to the store, it also comes with cybersecurity risks.
Online shoppers are often top targets for cybercriminals — especially during the holidays. In fact, according to a recent survey from Experian, 43% of identity theft victims reported that the theft happened while they were holiday shopping online. With this in mind, consider these tips to stay safe and secure while online shopping this holiday season.
Our Medicare Specialist, Karen Cripps, did a radio interview regarding Medicare changes in coverage for 2023
Fall signals cooler weather, and the pleasant temperatures let you comfortably do necessary home maintenance before winter arrives. By taking the time to maintain your home each season, you can keep common household problems at bay.
If you’ve decided to invest in solar energy for your home, The Insurance House has the coverage solutions to help meet your unique needs.
If you call a rented house, condo or apartment your home, you can benefit from renters
Welcome to our new insurance agency blog!
This is our very first post. We're not quite sure what we're going to write about here, but the plan is to create helpful content for customers and prospective clients about information that is relevant to you.
We hope you'll come to view this as a top resource for keeping your family and your finances safe.
Here are a few of the topics we may be writing about:
The time has arrived for homeowners in Southern Illinois to begin winterizing their properties in order to avoid winter damage and insurance claims. The Insurance House in Marion, Illinois would like to pass along 7 home winterizing tips for cooler weather.
Generally, pipes that are exposed to frigid outdoor temperatures freeze more readily—such as hose bibs, swimming pool lines and water sprinkler lines. Pipes that run along exterior walls in your home with minimal insulation also tend to freeze more easily.
Just a single inch of water from flooding can cause costly damage to your home! Here’s what you need to know about insuring against damages caused by a flood.
The number of electric cars in the U.S. continues to increase, and many homeowners are choosing to purchase these vehicles to reduce fuel costs and help the environment. Like any device that requires electricity to charge it, homeowners need to be mindful of the limitations of their electrical system when charging their vehicles at home. To reduce the risk of damage to both a home’s electrical system and to the vehicle’s battery, homeowners should follow some basic safety guidelines: