Wednesday, June 23, 2021 / by Sonya Reiselt
Hurricane season officially started at the beginning of June and, as always, is expected to impact the Lowcountry area through the end of November. While the season has already begun, it will be strongest from August – September and it’s critical that you have taken the necessary precautions to protect and prepare your home for the inclement weather. Following these simple steps will reduce any stress and ensure you've done everything you can to protect your most valuable asset.
1. Make sure your insurance policy is the best fit for your home and location.
While it might be safe to assume that your insurance covers any potential wind damage that is caused by a hurricane, it’s important to keep in mind that there are other factors you should make sure are also included. For starters, flood damage is often left out of standard hurricane protection plans, even though the floods that come after the storm are typ; ...
Wednesday, July 8, 2020 / by Sonya Reiselt
When you buy a new home in Beaufort County, you want to make sure it's taken care of. There are many ways that you can protect your Lowcountry home, from security to caring for unexpected issues.
Here are five ways to make sure your home is protected as much as possible.
Insure Your Home
Having homeowner's insurance is an important way to make sure your home is protected against the unexpected. Insurance will protect you against the cost of repairing your home if it's damaged and personal liabilities. Homeowner's insurance can also cover hurricane and flood damage, which can be a concern here in Beaufort County.
When you get an insurance policy for your home, make sure you check the details of your policy to make sure it will cover what you need so you don't encounter any setbacks if something does happen to your home. The last thing you need in an emergency is finding out you're up a creek without a paddle.
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