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La Familia Auto Insurance Blog: home insurance

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The backyard can be the ideal place for all types of play. Playgrounds and swing sets are common. You may have a large shed to store all of your unused equipment. You may even have a small seating area or patio. No matter what is outdoors, these are your assets. You need to take steps to protect these items. READ MORE >>

We’re not far from the beginning of spring. As the seasons change, you might prepare for new adventures away from home. Spring is definitely a popular season in which to travel. If you’re traveling for a long period, don’t forget about what you leave behind at home. READ MORE >>

High wind is a common cause of roof damage. Wind peels the shingles off the roof. It can cause tree branches to strike the roof. In tornadoes or hurricanes, intense wind can rip the entire roof off a home. In these cases, your home insurance policy may help cover the losses. Avoiding such claims is a better plan. READ MORE >>

For most people, home insurance is necessary. As long as you have a mortgage, your lender will likely require insurance. Insurance helps a lender to mitigate the risk they take on by lending you the money. Insurance for an Owned Home What about after you've paid the home off, or if you've paid cash? READ MORE >>

People often associate libel and slander with newspapers and television personalities who bicker. Yet, libel and slander are two types of risks you face in your normal life. As a result, you may need insurance to protect you from such claims. The good news is your home insurance may offer this type of coverage to you. READ MORE >>

If you live in an area where there is a high-risk of a tornado occurring, it is always wise to update your home insurance to ensure it provides comprehensive protection for you. Tornados can happen in nearly all areas of the United States. They tend to be some of the hardest to predict types of storms and when they do occur, the results can be devastating. READ MORE >>

Sinkholes are a growing problem in many areas of the United States. Sinkholes are large, often undetected holes that open up under surfaces, generally creating a significant security risk. Sinkholes occur because of the erosion of land from under surfaces. READ MORE >>

When something goes wrong and you have suffered damage to your home, filing an insurance claim is often the right thing to do. You pay for your home insurance to help meet your financial needs following a covered loss. But, will filing a claim actually increase what you pay for your home insurance? READ MORE >>

Many families like the idea of having a pool in their own backyard. They can imagine lounging around the pool while the kids splash about. A pool provides entertainment for the entire summer. If you are a homeowner considering installing a pool this year, there are some things to think through first. READ MORE >>

As fall sets in, you might start to see a green or brown tint on your house — especially if you have light-colored siding or brick. What is that? That green or brown is probably algae, moss or mildew. If left alone, it can damage your house. READ MORE >>

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