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Wednesday, April 24, 2019El Paso isn’t close to the Atlantic Ocean. It doesn’t lie in a particularly flat area, either. However, just because you might not think the terrain is high-risk, there is still a flood threat in the area. So, if you plan to buy a home, you might find out you need flood insurance? Why is this? READ MORE >>
Monday, October 23, 2017Floods are very damaging to business structures. The water often creates a significant amount of damage to the structure itself. It can require mold remediation. After a storm, you may need help recovering from flooding. In some cases, your business insurance may help. Take some time to consider what to do after an event. READ MORE >>
Monday, May 4, 2015Numerous myths exist regarding home insurance policies. Unfortunately, these misleading myths can deter people from acquiring the coverage they actually need. Homeowners often assume they are adequately covered, only to find out they had incorrect information. By the time they learn the truth, it may be too late. READ MORE >>
Thursday, October 16, 2014We’re all familiar with the water cycle thanks to elementary science class teaching us that water travels from clouds, down to bodies of water and then evaporates back up to the clouds. But what happens when the hydrological system gets backed up or clogged? READ MORE >>
Monday, August 18, 2014Fact: Everyone lives in a flood zone. In the past five years alone, every state in America has experienced floods and/or flash floods. With just a few inches of floodwater in your home, your day will be ruined. It wreaks havoc on your property that can cost tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars to repair or replace. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, June 18, 2014As floods hit the United States this past spring, they served as a reminder to us all that it is important to invest in flood insurance. If you carry a mortgage on your home and live in a flood zone, you are most likely required to carry flood insurance by your mortgage company. READ MORE >>