Fire Safety that Follows You

Posted in: Facts & Tips, Homeowners Insurance, What’s New

Happy New Year!  2020 is looking fantastic so far at the Kasmann Insurance Agency, and we hope it will bring you and your family great things.  As the official “holiday” season winds down, and our lives return to a more normal schedule, it’s a great time to re-assess fire safety knowledge and procedures in all

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Vacant Home Insurance: What to Ask About

Posted in: Homeowners Insurance, Resources, What’s New

AN ARTICLE FROM THE FOREMOST BLOG Homes become vacant for many reasons. Maybe your home is for sale but you haven’t found a buyer yet. Or you’ve purchased a new home but won’t move in for a while. It could be a rental property that’s between tenants. Whatever the cause, there are some insurance risks

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Short-Term Rentals

Posted in: Homeowners Insurance, What’s New

Thinking about renting out a room in your home for a little extra cash? According to AirBNB, you could make up to $455 monthly by renting out one room in your home.  That may seem like a nice addition to your income, but there are some factors to consider before making a final decision.  Did

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Tips to Help Prevent Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

Posted in: Facts & Tips, Homeowners Insurance, What’s New

AN ARTICLE FROM OUR PARTNERS AT TRAVELERS INSURANCE: By Scott Humphrey Second Vice President, Risk Control CO is a colorless, odorless gas produced by the incomplete burning of any carbon-containing material, including gasoline, natural gas, propane, coal or wood. CO is dangerous because it replaces oxygen in the blood and interferes with the transport of

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Working From Home

Posted in: Commercial Insurance, Homeowners Insurance, What’s New

Throughout the year, Kasmann Insurance has focused our efforts on educating our clientele about commercial insurance. To wrap this year up, we would like to dedicate December to people who work from home.  According to Global Entrepreneurship Monitor, more than two-thirds of businesses in the United States start from home, while more than 59% continue

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