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Why do home insurance and car insurance consumers in Tulsa choose Statewide Insurance Agency in Edmond….100 miles away?
 

The answer is Tulsa Metro Area consumers are usually referred to us by family and friends that know and value what we have to offer….we respond quickly (phone and email), we only sell for dependable companies that pay claims without hassles, our experienced staff makes few mistakes and we are able to shop multiple companies to find the best home insurance and auto insurance package for you.  

 

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If you want to have a cup of coffee with your home insurance agent, we may not be the agency for you!  However, if what you value is integrity, great service, stability, low prices and professional advice, please consider us as your need for home insurance quotes and car insurance quotes arise.  

 

Statewide Insurance Agency Presents

2016 Spring Maintenance Guide for Your Home

The rising cost of home insurance in Oklahoma has all of us looking for cheap home insurance or ways to lower your homeowners insurance cost without sacrificing quality coverage.  

Did you know that almost all reputable home insurance companies in Oklahoma perform an exterior inspection of your home after you accept a quote or policy and sometimes again at the policy renewal?  A poorly maintained home will often result in an Oklahoma homeowner having to accept a home policy or home insurance company that is inferior to others on the market.  

When springtime rolls around in Oklahoma almost everyone thinks of cleaning. That’s fine (we probably all need to do a little more of that, after all), but there’s something even more important to keep in mind: home maintenance.

So, when it’s time to set your clocks ahead for daylight-saving time and change the batteries in your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors, give your home a checkup, too. Here are some suggestions from the Department of Housing and Urban Development:


Interior and appliances

  • Check the basement and/or crawlspace for any signs of standing water or dripping.
  • Pull your dryer out and clean the exhaust hose and vent (lint found here is a common cause of house fires).
  • Vacuum refrigerator/freezer coils for efficiency.
  • Clean exhaust fan outlets and screens.
  • Check all air filters and replace, if necessary.

Roof, siding, windows

  • Check for damage to your roof and have a professional inspection, if necessary.
  • Go into the attic. If there is visible moisture or discoloration, your roof might be leaking.
  • Examine the paint on your siding and trim. If it is peeling, you might need new paint to protect against the effects of weather.
  • Check for leaks around window and door sills. Improving your seals can lower your energy bills.

Yard and exterior

  • Check for signs of rodents and other pests.
  • Clean debris from gutters and downspouts, and make sure they are draining away from the home.
  • Trim overhanging tree branches and shrubs.

Remember, winter weather can cause significant damage that is easy to spot, but it often results in wear and tear that homeowners can miss if they aren’t looking closely. It’s well worth it to spend a little time on home maintenance this spring, so that wear and tear doesn’t turn into something more serious.

 

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Please keep Statewide Insurance Agency in mind as your home insurance and auto insurance needs change. Cheap home insurance is available with great service, top companies and quality coverages…. it’s what we offer every day!