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05.31.17 AHHHH! Hurricane Season Is Here! Flood

It begins once again! The Hurricane season. The super bowl of weather for the North East and the weather people are predicting quite the season. NOAA’s forecast calls for: 11 to 17 named storms 5 to 9 of which could/would become hurricanes 2 to 4 of which could/would become major hurricanes. Well if it ever […]

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08.05.16 The Builders Bundle Artisan Contractors Program

Imagine Trucks and Tools Together! This revolutionary artisan Contractor’s policy was developed by the Arbella Contractor’s Team and is only available to Arbella subscribers. For this reason your Allan M Walker Account Manager can help you immediately on this offer. Now contractor’s who have the confidence to operate independently or as a subcontractor have an […]

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07.05.16 FLOOD! What happened it was “Just” a little rain!

Flood Insurance Every time we have a serious rain storm I see rivers of water cascading down driveways, streets, through backyards and flowing off of roofs. The thought I have is that pretty much every homeowner’s and business polices excludes flooding water and floods. No Coverage For a Flood……… Every year unfortunately, business owner’s and […]

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06.10.16 Replacement Cost Coverage for your Homeowner’s Contents

Actual Cash Value Vs. Replacement Cost Coverage Your homeowner’s policy provides protection for your dwelling which is also known as your structure. The Other major coverage or protection that your homeowner’s policy provides is your contents coverage. This is all of your personal belongings, furnishings and other things inside your home. Should you have a […]

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03.21.16 Spring Has Sprung, But It Is Still Snowing!

Even though this winter was nothing like last years (and thankfully so!), a couple of warm days and the anticipation begins!

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09.17.15 Are You Planning Home Improvement Projects?

It does not matter if you have purchased a home that is newly built or a fixer-upper, a time will come with you get the urge to make some home improvements. Start with the things that you can do that will add to the value of your home. Take on the quick projects and simple changes around your home first. Next, decide if you will be doing the work on your own or hiring a professional. However, perhaps the most important step is notifying your insurance agent of any home improvements to your house.

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