Archive for the Home Inventory Category

Tips to prevent theft and avoid burglaries

August 08, 2017

Wolfe Insurance Group

Categories: Home, Home Inventory, home safety, Insurance, pool safety

Residential break-ins and burglaries spike over the summer months. Because as the temperature rises and the weather improves, we tend to do things that make ourselves more vulnerable to theft, like: Opening and forgetting to close and lock our windows, sheds and garages. Leaving our sunroofs open, windows down or convertible tops removed while we’re…
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Protect your home from water damage 10 simple tips

July 20, 2017

Wolfe Insurance Group

Categories: & Frozen Pipes, Home, Home Inventory, home safety, Insurance, Safety, Safety Tips, Travel, vacation

  Whether you’re at home or enjoying your vacation, we’re always looking for ways to make sure you’re protected from every angle and help you avoid the unexpected. Simple, proactive steps can help you minimize water damage or even prevent it from happening in the first place. Before your next vacation, use these tips to…
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When you loan your collection: Tips to reduce risk

July 17, 2017

Wolfe Insurance Group

Categories: Home, Home Inventory, Insurance, personal

Your collection is your passion. You’ve put your TLC into a unique grouping of objects that tells the story of your specific taste, love of the arts and desire to preserve these items for future generations. When you’re asked to loan a piece or your collection to a museum exhibit, you have the satisfaction of…
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When was the last time you thought about making a list of all of your belongings?

March 26, 2015

Weston Wolfe

Categories: Home Inventory

The 11 rules every homeowner needs to follow when creating a home inventory Take a complete inventory before disaster strikes A home inventory can simplify filing an insurance claim, help you secure a settlement and prove useful when verifying property loss for taxes. Imagine trying to list every possession you own, along with each item’s…
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