Home Insurance

How To Read Your Homeowners Insurance Quote in 5 Steps

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When shopping for homeowners insurance, getting a quote is always part of the process. But these forms can feel intimidating to read as they contain plenty of talking points and insurance jargon. It can be easy to feel as if you have information overload. Not to worry! There’s no need to complicate things, and Freedom Insurance Group has put together an easy guide for you.

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How Much Does a New Roof Save on Home Insurance in Texas?

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If you’re wondering how to lower your home insurance, there are many ways, but if it’s time to replace your roof, this is a great opportunity to protect your home and save in the process. A new roof insurance discount is a viable way to save hundreds if not thousands of dollars each year on your coverage. A new roof lowers your home insurance because it provides your structure with better protection and minimizes a variety of risks.

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Texas High-Value Home Insurance Cost and Coverages

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Homeowners insurance for high-value homes is a great option for higher-valued properties because the needs of such estates are normally a bit different. There are more things to cover and materials that cost more and are unlikely to be covered by a standard home insurance policy. It can also help with unique circumstances including covering issues with staff that live and/or work within the home, creating higher coverage options for specific collectibles such as jewelry, and even allowing for the creation of trusts.

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When Is Hurricane Season in Texas?

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June 1st marks the official start of the Atlantic hurricane season for Texas. This season lasts throughout the entire summer and doesn’t officially end until November 30th. In recent years, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has continued to predict above-average hurricane seasons.

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Why Did Texas Home Insurance Rates Go Up?

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Your home insurance policy may go up for many reasons including rising costs of labor and materials, the number of claims you and others in your area filed the previous year, and more. Texan homeowners are in a never-ending battle to protect their property and to do so at an affordable rate.

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How Texas Earned the Nickname “Flash Flood Alley”

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This section of North America is one of if not the most susceptible places for flash flooding to occur. A Texas flash flood can affect many other places such as Houston, TX, or Galveston, TX, for other reasons, but throughout the heart of Hill Country and beyond, Texas flooding is mostly caused by rapid, heavy rainfall that can destroy vehicles, homes, and lives.

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Best Places To Live in Texas When You’re From California

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Are you looking to recapture the art and tech you know and love in Silicon Valley? Maybe you’re looking to find another refuge in a new wine country. Of course, you might be looking to keep your toes in the sand, or you might just be sick of the mess and seek a concrete jungle to conquer. No matter what your situation, these are some of the best cities to live in Texas when moving from California.

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The Inflation Rate in Texas Is Raising Home Insurance Rates

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Inflation touches virtually any industry and this includes insurance. Having home insurance is important and the job of your provider is to help you rebuild your home in the event of a loss. But in this arrangement, it can be easy for homeowners to forget that insurance carriers are indeed businesses that are affected by the same economic factors any other business may be facing.

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Identifying and Fixing a Roof Leak

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Finding your roof leak can be the difference between a small fix for a couple of hundred bucks and a large job that can cost well over a thousand dollars. Identifying the leak can also help you determine whether or not this is something you can fix or if a professional is needed to do the job.

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3861 Long Prairie Rd Ste 110
Flower Mound, TX 75028
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