Archives for 2016

4 Ways to Avoid Car Repair Bills

They say that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. That saying certainly applies when it comes to your car. By spending a little bit of time and money before things go south, you could potentially save hundreds of dollars in the long run. Not sure what to do? Then check out these four tips. 1. Buy a battery charger. Dead batteries... Read Article

How to Use and Maintain a Leaf Blower

With fall in full swing, a leaf blower is something many people simply can’t live without. And while using one is pretty straightforward, there are some basics about how to use and maintain a leaf blower that are worth keeping in mind. The following tips will help you stay safe, use your leaf blower the right way and even extend the life of your leaf... Read Article

Infographic: How to Avoid Multicar Pileups

Ever wonder how multicar pileups happen? Or how to avoid getting stuck in one? If so, check out this helpful infographic. October 10th, 2016 by Ron Dunn Agency... Read Article

Your Complete Roommate Guide

What’s the hottest trend in real estate? Here’s one you may not be hearing much about: Cash-strapped Millennials are looking for roommates. Rising rents are a big reason behind this trend. In August 2016, the national median price to rent a two-bedroom apartment was $1,300 versus $1,120 for a single bedroom. Of course, prices vary by city and region. A place in San Francisco will cost... Read Article

Moving? Don’t Forget to Update Your Pet’s Microchip

Being a pet parent comes with responsibilities. Just a few include making sure your pet is safe in a car and has access to great veterinarian. Another responsibility is making sure your pet has identification in case he or she gets lost or escapes. (This is especially important when it comes to keeping pets safe during natural disasters.) Microchipping is a popular option in which... Read Article