Homeowners insurance policies in Virginia fall roughly in three categories: named peril, open peril, or a combination of the two.
projects can save you money, but if you’re buying someone else’s DIY home,
there are some precautions you should take before signing on the dotted line.
When buying a home, hiring a qualified inspector is a no-brainer. However, home inspection certification is voluntary, so be careful who you hire.
Even without waterfront property, you may still need flood insurance. Find out why, and where to buy it.
Keep the Sparkle, Avoid the Sparks with Safe Holiday Lights. Add a festive touch to your home inside and out with holiday lights! But before you start decorating for the holidays, read up on holiday lights safety.
It's no secret that pumpkin carving can be a little dicey especially when kids are involved. Follow our not-so-secret tips to avoid perilous mishaps this year.
According to FEMA creating your Family Emergency Communication Plan starts with one simple question: “What if?”
Yes, here in Virginia we do experience earthquakes and floods, but do you really need earthquake and flood insurance? Is the risk worth the savings?
Whether auto, home, life, or health, Virginia Farm Bureau Insurance has you covered. Get an insurance quote today.
Get your teenagers’ driving career off to a great start while saving on your auto insurance premiums with our Smart Start Program.