Making Windshield Replacement “Clearer” for Our Clients

Cracks in your windshield are not an uncommon problem, especially¬†if you are a daily commuter for work and are routinely on highways around large trucks and commercial vehicles. All it takes is one small pebble or bit of debris being flung up at the right angle from the road below, and your windshield pays the […]

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Hurricane 101 for Winter Haven Residents

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Everyone in Florida is breathing a sigh of relief after narrowly missing a hit by Hurricane Laura, but that doesn’t mean we’re out of the woods for the rest of the season! Hurricane preparation is a popular topic here, but for folks in Polk County, it can look very different than that of our neighbors […]

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Work at Home? Here’s What You Need to Know

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In the current job market, working from home, or “teleworking” as it’s best-known, has become the new normal. Thanks to COVID-19, most business owners and operators have been forced to offer telework to as many employees as possible to mitigate health risks. There are added perks at least! It’s less overhead operating costs for the […]

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4th of July in 2020: Safety Tips for At-Home Celebrations

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We’ve almost made it to Independence Day, and we’re sure your celebrations will include plenty of good food, time with family and (maybe) a few close friends, and probably some at-home fireworks. With COVID-19 continuing to plague cities across the US, many 4th of July celebrations have been canceled, leaving people to plan their own […]

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Getting Back to the Great Outdoors: Camping As A Vacation (and How to Prepare Your Car)

With COVID affecting travel plans for people around the world, many of us here in Florida are seriously considering camping as a great backup alternative for vacationing this year. After all, camping is a wonderful way to enjoy the great outdoors, unplug, and bond with family and friends. However, it can hold its own unique […]

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Should You Make the Jump? How Backyard Additions Impact Your Coverage

With COVID-19 affecting the summer plans of many families, kids are staring down a summer vacation being stuck at home. Parents and children alike are probably looking at their old, worn-out swing-set and patchy grass and wondering how that will POSSIBLY be enough to stay entertained for weeks on end. Hence why we’ve been hearing […]

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Ready to Ride: What Motorcyclists in Florida Need to Know

As Spring quickly approaches here in Florida, and temperatures will steadily rise over the coming weeks, bikers throughout the area will be coming out in droves to enjoy the sunshine, the fresh air, and the FUN that comes from being in the outdoors. Motorcycle owners are dusting off their wheels and their riding equipment and […]

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New Generation, Same Needs: What Millennials Should Know About Their Coverage

If you are one of the current individuals listed as a “millennial” you likely know that there are plenty of traits that set your generation apart from those before. Technology, economy, politics, and more have shaped the world we live in and the way you grew up, and therefore impact how you think about, and […]

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Insuring the Big Guy: How Much Would It REALLY Cost to Cover Santa?

Insurance companies have plenty of information for you around the holidays. Tips about protecting your home and vehicle during a time of year when theft is high, insuring those expensive new toys (or that shiny new engagement ring) and making sure you’re ready for that long holiday road trip and the risks that come with […]

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Don’t Be a Turkey: How to Safely Fry Your Turkey This Thanksgiving Season

When it comes to Thanksgiving dinner, we all know that the bird is the star of the show. While the iconic picture is of mom (or grandma) pulling the perfectly roasted turkey from the oven and carrying it lovingly to the table to be carved, not everyone enjoys roasting their turkeys. Between the messy pan […]

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