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Thursday, July 6, 2017 Nothing puts you on edge like a big storm. Whether it’s pounding rain and crashing thunder or a blizzard that knocks out the power for days, nasty weather can have you questioning your family’s fundamental security—and the steadfastness of the home that keeps you safe. READ MORE >>
Friday, February 19, 2016We are from Minnesota and Wisconsin, so we should know that we experience snowy winters every year. With that being said, have you ever thought about snow tires? Personally, on my auto, I have not but that doesn't mean that I shouldn't have them on there. Even though I don't believe in putting them on my car, should you? READ MORE >>
Monday, February 8, 2016 With many families in our office we all have had experience of putting kids in car seats. During the winder months, the kids are usually wearing winter coats and snow pants which makes it very difficult to get them into the car seat. READ MORE >>
Thursday, February 4, 2016I’m sure you’ve seen recent images from winter storm Jonas. As I looked at them, I found it hard to imagine. I’ve never experienced that kind of snowfall in Wisconsin and Minnesota. Cities and airports were shut down. Dulles International and Baltimore Washington International recorded more than 29 inches of snow. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, June 24, 2015Severe storms containing high wind, hail, and lightning, can knock out power quickly. If this happens at your home, are you prepared? Luckily for my family and me, we only lost power once for an extended period. Thanks to my collection of flashlights and the gas fireplace, we were fine. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, May 7, 2014 Many of us have heard the expression, “Having a roof over our heads” in reference to having a home. Having a good strong roof makes sense on many levels. Bonnie Pesch, a veteran personal lines underwriter with West Bend, will discuss how your roof ages and the role insurance plays if your roof is damaged. READ MORE >>