Tag: home insurance

Auto Insurance

What Is Black Ice? And How to Protect Yourself

January 07, 2023. Dallas Ernst

No one likes to hear the words “black ice” in the weather report. Here’s how to prepare and protect yourself and your property from this slippery risk.

Homeowner's Insurance

Insurance Resolutions for the New Year

December 29, 2022. Dallas Ernst

Start the year off right by resolving to continue to get the most out of your insurance coverage.

Homeowner's Insurance

Ice Dam Prevention and Removal

December 22, 2022. AAA Staff

Damage caused by ice damming is one of the most common home insurance claims in the Northeast. Learn how you can prevent ice dams from wreaking havoc on your home.

Homeowner's Insurance

The Most Common Winter Insurance Claims

December 16, 2022. Robert Yaniz Jr

Learn about the top winter risks for homeowners and how you can prevent and prepare for them.

Homeowner's Insurance

Is Your Home Insurance Ready for Winter?

December 12, 2022. AAA Staff

Before winter storms strike, learn about the risks and what your home insurance policy may or may not cover.

Homeowner's Insurance

How to Prepare for a Natural Disaster

October 03, 2022. Dallas Ernst

What to do before, during and after disaster strikes to ensure your safety and protect your assets.

Homeowner's Insurance

How to Deal With Trees in a Storm

August 22, 2022. Marisa Perjatel

What to know if your house or car is affected by storm-related tree damage.

Homeowner's Insurance

The Ins and Outs of Hurricane Insurance Deductibles

August 05, 2022. AAA Staff

Many Northeasterners are unaware of the hurricane deductible that is likely on their homeowners policy or what it means.

Homeowner's Insurance

What Is Actual Cash Value vs. Replacement Cost?

May 20, 2022. Marisa Perjatel

Here’s what you need to know about these similar-sounding but different home insurance policies.

Homeowner's Insurance

Why Did My Home Insurance Rate Go Up?

April 21, 2022. Marisa Perjatel

If you are wondering why your home insurance rate has increased, the short answer is: It’s a sign of the times.