Who Needs Flood Insurance? Everyone!
Here is why you need flood insurance even if you don’t live in a flood zone. This question has never been more pressing as many residents whose homes were flooded because of the recent storms are wondering how to protect themselves in the future. At Rand Insurance, we stress the importance of getting a flood […]
What to Ask Your Insurance Agent When Buying a Home
Making insurance decisions is an important step in purchasing a home. Here’s what you need to ask your insurance agent when buying a home – whether it’s your first home purchase or you are a seasoned veteran – there are some key questions that you should ask when speaking with your agent so you can […]
Prevent Water Leaks In Your Home
Water damage makes up 45% of all property damage – happening more often than fire or burglary. If you have a “smart home” then you should consider adding another feature – a leak detection system (i.e. Flo by Moen or Sentinel Hydrosolutions). This gives homeowners the option to turn their water supply on or off […]
Flood Insurance: Should We All Have It? YES!
With the recent news of devastating floods in Texas, Florida and surrounding states, the question of whether or not one should carry flood insurance is in the forefront of many people’s minds. At Rand, we believe everyone should consider purchasing a flood policy, regardless of whether or not you are in a “special hazard flood […]
Water Damage Prevention Tips
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 keep […]
Preseason Storm Preparedness
Hurricane season starts in June, so now is the best time to prepare for a storm – well before one is on the horizon. The following information and resources are intended to help you reduce risk to your business, home and family, well in advance of a hurricane or wind storm. Recognize Tree Risks. Fallen […]