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Understanding Renter’s Insurance

A landlord’s insurance may cover the costs of repairs should there be a fire or other natural disaster, however this excludes coverage of your personal belongings. Should renters in Florida want to protect their personal property, consider obtaining a renter’s insurance policy. Here’s a breakdown to help understand the different types of coverages and options available.

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What Your Homeowner's Insurance May Not Cover

As a homeowner, it is important to know and understand your coverage through your specific carrier. A typical homeowners insurance policy is there to protect you and your family in the event of a loss due to covered perils such as fire, theft, wind, and other costly hazards. Knowing what coverage you have can help determine what additional coverages you may need. Our list highlights some of the additional coverages Florida Peninsula Insurance Company offers, which may not be included in your typical homeowners insurance policy.

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Tips for Identifying Contractor Fraud

Contractor fraud is at an all-time high in Florida, as we are one of the leading states experiencing these scams. Crimes of fraud costs homeowners and insurance companies billions of dollars each year. To help prevent these crimes from happening, homeowners should be aware of common contractor fraud red flags. Follow some of our tips below to help you identify possible crimes and keep Florida fraud free!

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First Time Homeowner Insurance Tips

First time homeowners can get easily overwhelmed when learning to deal with many new responsibilities. Before closing on your new home, it’s important to ensure your new asset is well protected with proper homeowner insurance. We want to help first time homeowners get the right coverage needed by providing a few tips to better understand homeowners insurance.

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How to Protect Your Home While Going on Vacation

Many families and friends plan fun vacations during the summer, leaving their homes for weeks while they enjoy long adventures abroad or a weekend away. However long you are away from your home, it’s important to prepare and take measures to protect your home. Read some of our tips on how you can protect your home while you go on vacation.

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4th of July Home Safety Tips

Many Americans celebrating the 4th of July host fun parties, visit the beach, or spend time grilling. While this day is full of festivities and excitement, it can also be hazardous. There tends to be a spike in injuries resulting in hospitalization and property damage around the 4th. To keep everyone at home safe during this holiday, you can follow some of our safety tips below.

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Ultimate Florida Hurricane Guide

Florida homeowners should take the proper steps to prepare before a storm is on the horizon. Read our ultimate Florida hurricane guide to help you prepare, as following these tips can help reduce your risk of harm, property damage, and accelerate the recovery process should the unexpected occur. 

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Pool Safety Tips for Florida Summers

Florida summertime means it’s time to enjoy nice weather, pool parties, and relaxation. Whether you’re attending or organizing your own pool party, it’s important to understand pool safety. Keep in mind these safety tips before kicking off your Florida summer.

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Annual Home Safety Audit Guide

Conducting an annual home safety audit ensures the safety of your home and all of those in it. Here is a guide on what to look for when doing your routine checks.

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5 Ways to Make Your Home Eco-Friendly for Earth Day

Homeowners who are trying to lower their energy output, selling or renovating their home, or looking to save money on monthly bills can benefit from some of the following ways of making your home eco-friendly.

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