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Help us help the local food cupboard for Christmas!

During the holiday season we think about all the delicious food and treats we only get this special time of year. We spend countless hours preparing food for our families to enjoy. What if you weren’t able to enjoy these luxuries? For some in our community, they cannot afford to participate in these joyous occasions. Why not lend a hand, and help out a local food cupboard this holiday season. Here at the Weber Insurance Agency, we are getting involved. Beginning October 15th through December 14th we are donating $10.00 to the Gleaner’s Food Cupboard for every referral we get. Have your friends, family, and neighbors contact our office for information about the products and services we offer, and make sure they mention your name. Also, we will have a drop off box at both Weber Agency offices for non-perishable food, paper products, and personal hygiene items. Make a difference this season, refer a friend or family member to get a quote, or drop off a donation at one of our...

Frozen Water Pipes Still A Danger

Your home is your castle, and nothing beats a warm night inside when the cold sweeps in. But while your home protects you from bone-chilling weather, it’s under attack from blowing  winds and frigid chills. One of the biggest dangers to your home during this time of year is frozen water pipes. There is still plenty of time for Mother Nature to wreak havoc this winter. Help spare your home by following these tried-and-true tips for preventing frozen pipes.   What causes frozen water pipes and what makes them burst? Find out why pipes freeze and what causes them to rupture. What can I do to prevent pipes from freezing? Protection is key, so learn what you can do ahead of time to protect your pipes from winter’s coldest temperatures. What can I do to protect my pipes from freezing if I didn’t freeze-proof my home before now? Don’t fret if you didn’t have time to put long-term solutions in place. There are still things you can do to protect your pipes. What are the signs a pipe is frozen—and what should I do if I suspect the worst?Despite your best efforts, pipes sometimes freeze. But there are things you can do to thaw them out and get your system running like normal again. What are some long-term solutions for protecting pipes? Protecting against frozen water pipes isn’t just a seasonal activity. The suggestions might be more expensive, but they often save you money in the long run. Are there any extra steps I should take if I’m going on vacation? Heading somewhere warm during winter’s coldest days sounds like a great idea, but it...

How to Protect Your Roof from Heavy Snow and Ice

More snow is predicted for much of the United States in the coming days. And that could put your roof–which has probably been supporting plenty of snow already these past couple of months–at risk. The Institute for Business and Home Safety has information (and an infographic) explaining how to tell if your roof is at risk. They also share lots of helpful tips to protect your roof during severe winter weather. Read the source article at...

Eight Reasons Why You Need to Review Your Business Insurance Coverage

You’ve invested a lot of time and money into your business and you want to help keep it safe. Business insurance helps to ensure that all you’ve invested in your business is protected in case of a covered accident, disaster, disruption or emergency. The Risks Unfortunately, not having the appropriate amount of insurance (underinsurance) can be an issue for many business owners. Another common pitfall is not having the correct type of insurance to cover your property (uninsured). For instance, basic insurance policies have limited coverage for property that leaves the premises. This property may require mobile equipment coverage to be insured properly. If policy information is not correct or missing, such as not listing all of your business operations and locations on your policy, it can also lead to coverage issues if you need to file a claim. Questions to Review Your answers to the following questions can give you an idea of whether your insurance coverage needs a tune up. Have you recently: Created a new company or change the business entity (for instance, from a sole proprietor to a partnership, corporation or LLC? Changed (or expect to change) your operations or services offered? Did your operations expand to a new state? Purchased, leased, built or altered buildings at existing or new locations? Added construction equipment or used borrowed equipment? (This is common contractors.) Changed payroll or sales? Changed the amount or use of subcontractors? Purchased or leased vehicles? Added drivers on your insured vehicles? If you answered yes to any of these questions, contact our office. 724-776-6667 We can provide you with invaluable advice to help...