Billy Davis Insurance Group Blog
Preparing for a severe storm or wind emergency to help minimize damage to your property can be the difference from moderate to a disaster.
Gusty winds are great for flying kites, windsurfing and hoisting flags, but they’re not all fun and games. High winds can bring down power lines, cause property damage and pose life-threatening dangers to people and pets. Staying safe and minimizing wind damage is a matter of staying alert and responding quickly when high winds are present or predicted.
Taking these steps and actions could limit the amount of damage that could be inflicted on your home and belongings:
As the vehicle shortage drags on, we are left with the questions:
2021 was an unusual year for the automotive industry, to say the least. While customer demand for new cars rebounded from the economic uncertainty of 2020, automakers found themselves unable to meet that demand because.....
A snowstorm can bury your car making it difficult to access and reck havoc on your home. Below are a few tips for how to dig out quickly, clean up effectively, and stay safe and warm, even if you happened to lose power.
Here are some helpful tips whether you got two inches or two feet of snow.