Extra expense coverage can help keep you open for business.
If your business is like most, you can’t afford a shutdown. Fire, windstorms and other perils might cause physical damage to your location, but what about the potential loss of customers?
Extra expense coverage is designed to meet the needs of businesses that can’t afford to be closed for an extended period. Extra expense covers costs incurred to minimize disruption to a business and reduce the potential for lost customers.
Pay attention to safety and maintenance as you close the pool for the season.
As a pool owner, you’ve worked hard to be a great host all season long by carefully and safely maintaining your swimming pool, to the delight of your family and friends.
Now that fall is on the horizon, how can you apply the same level of attention to closing your pool? Even the most experienced pool owners can benefit from these helpful reminders.
Test and Regulate:
- Three to seven days before you close your pool for the season, take a water sample to your local pool service professional for analysis, and adjust the balance as directed.
Check coverage for items loaned from school.
As the school year begins, take note of the items your child brings home. For example, many school districts are assigning laptop computers to students for their personal use.
Or, your band or orchestra student may be assigned a school-owned instrument, especially if it’s a larger or more costly instrument.
New car? Protect your investment.
It’s hard to describe that little rush you feel when you drive away from the dealership in a shiny new car. Whether it comes from knowing that you’ve finally purchased the car of your dreams, feeling proud that you’ve found a safe vehicle to transport your growing family, or realizing that you now have payments to make for the next three to five years, you’re definitely feeling a surge of energy as you head down the highway for the first time in a new vehicle.
One thing you shouldn’t have to feel is concern about car insurance, but especially when you’ve purchased a new car – which can depreciate as much as 15-20 percent in the first few years – you’ll rest better knowing you’ve got the right coverage.