Your Home | Shelter Insurance®

Whether you own or rent the place you call home, you need to know how to protect yourself and your investments. On this page you'll see articles that address these things and tips to make sure your home is "home sweet home."

  • Insuring Your Vacation Home

    Are you buying a vacation home? Everything from location to the type of home you're buying, as well as how you'll use the home, can factor in to the kind of coverage you'll need. 

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  • Summer Mold

    After spring showers, the flowers are blooming and the air is crisp, but bad things can get left behind. Find out how to avoid mold problems after a wet spring.

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  • Backyard Toy Safety

    It's all fun and games until somebody falls. Keep your kids (and everyone else's) safe this summer with these safety precautions for your backyard toys.

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  • Remove Oil Stains

    A driveway full of oil stains is not something a homeowner likes to see. Accidents happen, but here are a few ways to clean them up and make your driveway look new. 

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  • Making a Move?

    Moving? It's good to know what your options are. In this article, we weigh the pros and cons of hiring professionals to do the heavy lifting or doing it yourself.

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  • Time for a Home Insurance Checkup

    Storms can put your home at risk. Don't wait until damage has been done to check your coverage. An insurance checkup now can prevent surprises later.

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  • Retirees and Renters Insurance

    If your parents have moved to an assisted living facility or simply downsized to an apartment, they won't need homeowners insurance anymore, but they still need renters insurance.

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  • How Much Renters Insurance Coverage Do You Need?

    How much would it cost to replace all your personal belongings? Knowing that is a key component of having enough renters insurnace. Here's how you can determine what your needs are.

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  • 9 Things to Ask Your Landlord

    These 9 questions will uncover some important details about your new apartment.

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