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Everyone deals with clutter from time to time. But for the 3-5% of Americans who are compulsive hoarders, it goes beyond the occasional mess, preventing hoarders and their families from leading safe, healthy lives. Are you living with a compulsive hoarder?

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If you are a landlord, property manager, or another housing professional, you may be concerned about the possibility of a hoarder renting your property. After all, not only does this behavior create fire safety issues, indoor air quality problems, and health concerns, it can also damage the...Read more

Paying for homeowner’s or renter’s insurance? These apps, software and printables can help you quickly organize photos and inventory, establish resale value to ensure you have adequate coverage, and are also a great way to substantiate insurance claims or claim tax losses in the event your...Read more

Home Inventory

Homeowners and renters insurance gives peace of mind that in the event of damage or loss, a full recovery will be ensured. However fewer than 10% of homeowners and renters document their valuable belongings, making ownership difficult to prove leaving reimbursement dollars short. Without a...Read more

Annoying and unsightly, wet or stained ceiling tiles are a whisper of hidden problems. How can you locate the source before those problems start screaming at you in the form of major leaks, structural damage, and mold?

Determine What’s Causing the Water Stains

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The average North American household wastes about 10,000 gallons of water from household leaks every year. About one in ten homes have severe leaks that waste 90 gallons or more per day.

Do you have a dripping faucet or leaking toilet you’ve been ignoring for awhile? You know the leak is...Read more

Natural and man-made floods are the top two most common disasters experienced across the U.S. In the past five years, every state has experienced natural flood-related disasters such as coastal, river or flash flooding, and 20% of all insurance claims are accountable to floods of man-made origin...Read more

Basement leak are nothing new. Structural cracks, poor lot grading and drainage, melting snow and ice, burst pipes, sewer backups, and even over-full gutters and downspouts can be quick to show you trouble travels downhill. How should you handle these events and prevent unnecessary destruction?...Read more

The drip, drip, drip of a leaky faucet is just one of the many leaks that can develop in your home. If your bathroom or kitchen faucet drips, don’t ignore it! Just one drip per second...Read more

You’ve probably heard this king of corny jokes: “Is your refrigerator running? You’d better go catch it!” However, what about your toilet running? This is no joke! Luckily, there are some relatively simple fixes you can do yourself. Check out these DIY instructions for addressing some of the...Read more