I was honored and a little nervous this last week to be interviewed for a story that local news station NBC-2 in Fort Myers was doing titled "Why are your home insurance rates going up?" Like all news stories, my 15-20 minute interview ended up being about 10 seconds worth of sound bites, but I did appreciate that at the end of the message the reporter used my recommendations on what homeowners can do to lower their rates, and that it seemed to be a pretty even sided review of an answer to this so often asked question.
It's hurricane season again! Culberton Agency offers some inexpensive tips on how you can prevent damage due to hurricanes and protect against filing claims on your FL Home Insurance. The following steps can help prevent or reduce damage from hurricanes. While some FL homeowners may be able to perform these tasks themselves, we encourage homeowners to consider the potential hazards of heights and using special tools or supplies, and consider hiring a professional to perform these preventive measures.
When a hurricane event occurs, Culbertson Agency understands your need to get your life back together as quickly as possible. We are dedicated to helping you resolve your hurricane claim promptly. Please view our claims contact page to contact your carrier directly to being the claim process.
One of the key premium discounts the you can get on your FL Home Insurance is from the shape of your roof. In this post we will look at the various roof shapes typically found on FL homes and how they can impact your FL Home Insurance.
I am often asked "What is the FHCF Emergency Assessment fee that is on my policies?" The Florida Hurricane Catastrophe Fund (FHCF) is a state run MANDATORY re-insurer which provides reimbursements to insurance companies that write residential property insurance in the state of Florida.