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Spring-Cleaning Tips

March 11, 2021

Spring is in the air, and it may sound cliché but setting up a time for some ‘good old-fashioned spring cleaning’ is a good habit for your home and possibly your pocketbook. Start by looking around your home and assess how much snow accumulation there is at the side of the home and on the...

Winter Car Care

January 08, 2021

Checking on tire pressure is a smart idea and can help the life of your tires, winter or all-season.  When the weather gets cold tire pressure can decrease as air contracts and the shape and balance of tires can become compromised.  Keep a tire pressure gauge handy to check the pressure if your tires look...

Protecting your home systems, a smart move against expensive repairs.

April 30, 2020

For many businesses, there is coverage for equipment breakdown which originated from a coverage called boiler and machinery.  This coverage was designed to provide insurance for the sudden loss or damage to boilers, heating equipment, and machinery due to breakdown.  There were conditions with how the coverage worked but this specific endorsement allowed for claims...

Insurance Guidance for Businesses during Covid-19

March 15, 2020

The Covid-19 pandemic and subsequent measures to reduce the spread of the virus have stifled the economy and created difficult decisions for businesses, particularly business owners.  With municipal and provincial governments creating lists for businesses as either essential services or not many have had to adjust operations or close entirely to comply.  The effects of...

Don’t bet the farm, use an insurance broker

March 03, 2020

When it comes to farm and agricultural insurance there are many different things to consider when looking at an insurance policy.  Farms are different types of risks and are combining both a traditional home and property with a specific commercial operation.  While many see farming as simple, farm equipment can extend into the millions of...