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Conduct a Home Check-Up to Avoid Filing a Home Insurance Claim

Last updated: February 1, 2020   Nobody expects their home to suffer damage, but unfortunately, accidents and the unexpected do happen. When these accidents occur, homeowners often file an insurance claim to cover the cost of repairing or replacing their damaged property. In fact, the Insurance Information Institute (iii) reports one in every 20 insured homes has a claim each year. Experiencing damage to your home can be costly and aggravating, and in some cases may not be covered under your home insurance policy. For example, should you experience a loss due to everyday wear and tear, there is a chance it will not be covered. Taking steps to make simple fixes to areas of your home may prevent major damage and disasters from occurring. Just like a check-up at your Doctor’s office, take some time to check-up on areas of your home and make simple fixes to significantly reduce the chances of a loss occurring. Here are a few areas to look at when conducting your home check-up:   Fi ...

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What is Other Structures Coverage – Coverage B?

Other Structures coverage, otherwise known as Coverage B on your homeowners insurance policy, which is typically the second line item on your policy declarations page. Other Structures coverage protects physical structures which are on your property and not attached to your home.

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Homeowners Insurance: Dwelling Coverage- Coverage A Explained

Valuable information on Coverage A

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Are You Properly Insured? – Coverage A

When considering your Coverage A limits, it is important you know how much it would cost to replace your home should a total loss occur at today’s building costs.

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National Package Protection Day Tips

Although there are many benefits of online shopping and home delivery, it is important you take heed of some of these safety tips to keep your packages safe this holiday season.

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Celebrate Safely this New Year’s Eve

Whether you are hosting or attending a New Year’s party, we want you to celebrate safely. 

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3 Holiday Safety Tips You Should Know

The holidays bring a wide variety of opportunities to make long-lasting memories with family and friends. From lighting candles to trimming the tree, here are some ways to keep your home and family safe from these common holiday hazards:

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Fraud Alert

During the past several months, Florida Peninsula Insurance Company has received reports of check scam involving our company.  If you receive a check in the mail along with a request to contact someone by text or phone, it may be fraud!

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5 Safety Tips for Thanksgiving

    Thanksgiving Day is a day to enjoy great food surrounded by close family and friends. However, it can be one of the most dangerous days of the year if proper safety precautions are not in place. According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), Thanksgiving is the peak day for home cooking fires.  Florida Peninsula Insurance Company’s number one priority is the safety of you and your family. As such, we would like to provide you with the following safety tips for the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday.    Unattended cooking is the number one cause of fires. An adult should always be in the kitchen while cooking your Thanksgiving meal.   Keep children and pets away from the stove, hot foods, and liquids.   Make sure your kitchen floor is clear of any tripping or slipping hazards.   Cook your turkey and other hot meals to their correct temperatures.   Consume or freeze left ...

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It’s Time To “Fall Back” For the End of Daylight Saving Time

Florida Peninsula Insurance Company would like to remind you and your family, on November 3rd, we turn our clocks back one hour at 2 a.m., to mark the end of Daylight Saving Time.

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