1. 3 More Ways to De-Stress After Home Flooding

    In a previous blog, we provided you with a couple of things you can do to reduce your stress after experiencing home flooding. Because there are so many options for reducing stress, today we thought we’d give you a couple more. Feel free to mix and match these suggestions to come up with the combination that will have your heart rate lowered and your mood mellowing out in no time. More Suggestio…Read More

  2. How to Deal With the Stress of Home Flooding

    If you’ve ever experienced home flooding, you know that coming home to water in your house is a big deal. After all, it’s not as if you can simply drain the water and go back to living life. It’s a bit more complicated than that. Thankfully, Better Flood Insurance can provide you with the flood insurance coverage you need to make your home just as good as (or better than!) it was before the …Read More

  3. Does My Business Need Flood Insurance?

    When you pour your energy, time and heart into your business venture don't let it fail, don't let anything take it, you block your market competition in many ways but having the right protection although not as exciting as marketing is necessary to protect your asset. In this article, we are going to explore the need to have commercial flood insurance and the many ways to control the cost of flood…Read More

  4. Flood Insurance Basics

    If you’re thinking about buying a home in a flood-prone area, investing in flood insurance can save you time and money. While most standard homeowners insurance will cover damage caused by rain and the occasional falling tree limb, damage from flooding that occurs from water rising up outside the home will only be covered if you have flood insurance. If I live in a low-risk flood zone, do I real…Read More

  5. The Myth of the 100-Year Flood

    There’s an unfortunate misconception about what we mean when we talk about a “100-year flood.” The way this term gets used by most news sources is as a synonym for complete devastation. If a journalist wants to really emphasize how destructive a flood (or flood risk) is, she might use this as an expression. The real problem I see with this is that this is almost never fully explained, so …Read More

  6. On a Mission to Save People’s Homes from Flood

    It’s always disheartening to hear about people who are being taken advantage of. It’s even worse when those same people are being taken advantage of on top of attempting to recover from the impact of a natural disaster. This is all too common with flood insurance. Imagine being told your flood insurance would be going up while simultaneously dealing with the devastation of a flood. Maybe you d…Read More

  7. How to Redecorate After Home Flooding (Part Two)

    In part one of our series on how to deal with damage from home flooding, we talked about a few ways to look for the silver lining and take advantage of the situation in order to redecorate your home. Here are a few more tips to make your house feel more like home after you’ve experienced home flooding: Take the opportunity to move things around. If you’ve kept a piece of art in your living roo…Read More

  8. How to Redecorate After Home Flooding (Part One)

    If your home has just flooded, it can be hard to look on the bright side, but having home flood insurance can be the silver lining you’re looking for. On the plus side, you get the chance to rebuild and switch some things around. Finding something to be happy about is one of the most important things you can do when you’re faced with a stressful situation in life. Here are a few tips: Always d…Read More

  9. Make a Home Inventory List for Your Insurance Provider

    In a previous blog, we mentioned the fact that it’s a good idea to make a list of all of your belongings to give to your insurance provider in the event that something happens to your home. Today we’d like to go a little more in-depth so that you can be well prepared in the event that nature strikes and your home is damaged. Before starting, know that it’s never a bad idea to check with your…Read More

  10. How Your Business Can Survive A Natural Disaster

    Natural disasters happen every year all over the world. While you may be prepared to handle damage that occurs to your home in the case of a flood or tornado, the amount of things you must be prepared for, doubles should you be a business owner. In fact, nearly 40% of businesses do not reopen after a natural disaster strikes. That is a scary statistic! In order to guarantee that you will be a part…Read More