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Ice and snow can cause homeowners thousands of dollars in damages each year. Common-sense examinations can determine whether your home is winter-ready. Take the time to have a conversation with your Virginia Farm Bureau Insurance Agent. He or she can make sure you have appropriate coverage for any damage related to winter weather.
Homeowners insurance policies in Virginia fall roughly in three categories: named peril, open peril, or a combination of the two.
Classic older homes have lots of charm. But not everything gets better with age. More mature homes can have problems such as plaster walls in need of repair or outdated systems that are hazardous. We have a list of home ages and potential problems to help you treat that older home with TLC.
Did you know that every year there are as many as 200,000 cooking-related fires, which cause hundreds of deaths and injuries throughout the U.S.? Last year in Virginia, there were 69 home fire fatalities.²
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.
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.
Hurricanes are strong storms that can be life-threatening as well as cause serious hazards such as flooding, storm surge, high winds and tornadoes. Learn what to do to keep your loved ones safe!
Every year one in 15 insured homes suffers a loss or damage large enough for the owners to file an insurance claim. In 2013 the average claim from such incidents was $8,823. Yet fewer than half of Americans know what’s in their homes!