15
Apr

Planning Your California Garden this Spring

Spring season can bring so much joy to garden lovers. Growing your own garden saves money on groceries each week, plus can give you the personal satisfaction of growing your own food. It’s fun when you can involve your kids and teach them a few of your favorite tricks! Many people feel like their garden vegetables taste better. Whether you’re

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29
Mar

5 Things to Consider Before you Switch Your Insurance

Switching your insurance policy can save you hundreds of dollars a year. But, make sure you consider these things before you make the switch. Tip #1: Compare Apples to Apples You’ve seen the commercials – “average savings of $500 a year for those who switched…” Absolutely you can save money. However, be sure that your new quote compares your current

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18
Mar

What Happens if My Tree Falls Onto My Neighbor’s House?

Neighbors are great! You can count on them to keep an eye on your place while you’re away, let out a furry friend or even borrow some last minute ingredients! Shoot, some of your neighbors are probably some of your closest friends. But having neighbors can sometimes cause some uncomfortable exchanges. With winter here and spring on the way, often

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25
Feb

Ever wonder what celebrities insure? You might be surprised.

Unique Insurance Policies When it comes to the insurance world, you can pretty much insure anything. There are companies that insure things for the obvious insurance reasons of liability, but also some that take risks on things like how much snow will fall in the mountains for a ski resort. But, when it comes to making a living for celebrities,

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11
Feb

Be Prepared for an Unexpected Power Outage

Weather isn’t the only reason the power goes out in California. Being prepared in the event your home loses power can make a difference in safety and sanity. When nasty weather hits it can be easy to say, “it won’t affect me, our power never goes out!” But, being prepared in the event that you do lose power will save

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28
Jan

Mills Insurance Explains the Best Driving Strategies for Snow and Ice

Winter Weather Driving Tips It’s important for every driver to know how to drive in winter weather conditions. It can be challenging to drive in these conditions, but with the knowledge of the information below, you’ll know how to stay safe on the road. Be sure your car has plenty of antifreeze. You do not want to run out while

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14
Jan

Keeping a Home Inventory Checklist – Just in Case

Mills Insurance explains the importance of keeping a home inventory checklist just in case a disaster, theft or damage occurs in your California home. Two Ways to Construct a List For most of us, we won’t have to experience a disastrous home loss such as a flood, fire, earthquake or other disaster. That doesn’t mean any of us should be

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14
Dec

Exercise Diligence When Leaving an Online Review

Everyone today is connected in some way to social media. It can be by Facebook, Yelp, email or other internet outlets. When you write something, you leave your fingerprint for everyone to see. If you go to a restaurant, dentist, daycare or other business and have a bad experience, you might think of writing a bad review on the company’s

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4
Dec

Flood Insurance and Sewer Backup Insurance – Not the same thing.

Floods are the most devastating natural disaster in the United States each year causing billions in losses and displacing thousands. While flooding is a common concern for those near rivers and streams, all homes in the United States can be caught off-guard by floods. When it comes to flood insurance, it is important to understand what flood insurance is and

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18
Nov

Driving Emergencies – Do You Know How to Handle Them?

Would You Know What To Do In the Event You Have a Driving Emergency Driving hazards present themselves daily and can occur year-round in every state. But, would you know what to do in the event a driving hazard presented itself? Wildlife: Hitting a deer in the roadway can be a traumatic experience, but it could also be deadly. The

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