• How to decorate your rental home

    Apr 21, 2020, 10:40 AM by Geoffrey Ullrich
    A well-decorated room makes a house feel like a home! But when you live an apartment or another type of rental home, there can be limits to what you're allowed to do. Today, we'll give you some helpful tips for how you can decorate your rental home without getting in trouble with your landlord.
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  • Should you replace your roof after hail damage?

    Apr 17, 2020, 13:29 PM by Geoffrey Ullrich
    You walked around your house to assess the damage and, unfortunately, your roof looks pretty beat up. Now what? Should you replace your roof after hail damage? Replacing your roof is a huge decision. That's why we've put together this guide to help you through the process.
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  • 9 essential tips to maintain a vehicle you don't drive often

    Apr 15, 2020, 16:22 PM by Geoffrey Ullrich
    Maintaining a vehicle that you drive frequently requires a lot of work! You have to check and change the oil, replace the tires, keep it clean - the list goes on. But do you still need to follow a maintenance schedule if you won't be driving it for a while? The answer is yes! Follow these 9 essential tips to maintain a vehicle you don't drive often and keep your car ready for the road!
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  • How to identify roof damage after a Texas hail storm

    Apr 9, 2020, 11:51 AM by Geoffrey Ullrich
    Imagine you're enjoying the soothing sounds of a steady spring rain from the comfort of your home. But then, that calming sound is interrupted by the jarring clatter of ice chunks battering your roof. Suddenly, you're not relaxing, but worrying whether or not your roof is going to be damaged. But how do you know if the hail damage is serious? Read on to learn how you can identify roof damage after a Texas hail storm!
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  • How to disinfect your electronic devices without damaging them

    Apr 6, 2020, 17:07 PM by Geoffrey Ullrich
    We interact with phones, tablets, and laptops not just daily, but hourly and they can be a haven for bacteria, viruses, and germs of all types. But unlike your countertops, electronics are sensitive to liquids , so how are we supposed to keep them clean? Read on and we'll show you how to clean and disinfect your electronic devices without damaging them!
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  • Texas insect stings you'll want to avoid!

    Apr 3, 2020, 11:06 AM by Geoffrey Ullrich
    Texans aren't the only things becoming more active during the spring; insects are waking up, too. They're an important part of the ecosystem, but sometimes they can have painful interactions with us humans! Today, we'll tell you which Texas insects have stings you'll want to be sure to avoid!
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  • How to start your indoor vegetable garden

    Mar 26, 2020, 15:19 PM by Geoffrey Ullrich
    While you can find most vegetables at the store, nothing beats the freshly-picked flavor straight from your garden! But not everyone has the yard real estate to start a sprawling outdoor garden. That's where indoor vegetable gardens come in handy! Whether you're trying to avoid the grocery store or just enjoy fresh produce, we'll show you how to start your indoor vegetable garden.
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  • Making the most out of your video conference when working remotely

    Mar 23, 2020, 13:54 PM by Geoffrey Ullrich
    One of the biggest challenges presented by working from home is communication. Video conference calls are a way to bring you closer to your fellow employees, no matter where they are. Check out our guide to making the most out of your video conference when working from remotely!
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  • 9 tips for doing your best work from home

    Mar 18, 2020, 14:35 PM by Geoffrey Ullrich
    As more businesses begin to offer remote working options, it's important to make sure that we're set up for success. Before you get down to business, check out these 9 tips for doing your best work from home!
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  • Robocall scams: What are they and what can you do about them?

    Mar 13, 2020, 15:54 PM by Geoffrey Ullrich
    While the FTC and the FCC do their best to battle robocalls, it often rests on our shoulders to protect our privacy. But what are robocall scams exactly and more importantly, what can you do about them? We'll tell you everything you need to know!
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  • Auto theft in Texas: How to prevent it and what you should do if it happens

    Mar 11, 2020, 17:04 PM by Geoffrey Ullrich
    Auto theft doesn't just cause financial issues, it tosses a wrench in everything we do. So what steps should you take to prevent auto theft? What do you do if your vehicle has been stolen? We'll answer those questions and more!
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  • How to recognize phishing scams and protect yourself against them

    Mar 6, 2020, 16:37 PM by Geoffrey Ullrich
    For every legitimate message we send or receive, it seems like there are dozens of suspicious emails and fishy text messages that come our way. These scams are an everyday occurance and they're not just annoying - they're dangerous. Read on to learn how to recognize phishing scams and protect yourself against them!
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  • When you should repair your windshield and when it's time to replace it

    Mar 4, 2020, 16:01 PM by Geoffrey Ullrich
    When you inspect a damaged windshield, one question inevitably comes to mind: Can I get this repaired or do I need to replace the whole thing? The answer may not be as straightforward as you would think! Today, we'll clear up those questions and more as we discuss when you should repair your windshield and when it's time to replace it.
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  • 2020 Texas Bluebonnet Roadmap

    Feb 28, 2020, 15:30 PM by Geoffrey Ullrich
    Whether you’re traveling through Texas, or just interested in experiencing the picturesque scenery, here is a glimpse into a few of our favorite stops on a Texas roadmap that you won’t soon forget.
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  • The Texan's guide to auto insurance in the Lone Star State

    Feb 26, 2020, 17:57 PM by Geoffrey Ullrich
    Insurance can be complicated, and car insurance is no exception. Whether you're moving to the Lone Star State or just need to get from point A to B, we'll break it down in our guide to auto insurance in Texas.
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  • Everything you need to know about insuring your new Texas home

    Feb 21, 2020, 17:11 PM by Geoffrey Ullrich
    If you're one of the many individuals considering whether you should pack up a van and head to the Lone Star State, or if you're already a Texan and are planning an in-state move, you're probably looking for a new house to call home. But before you hire the movers, there are a few things you need to know about insuring your new Texas home.
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  • How to avoid a wildlife collisions in Texas and what to do if you can't

    Feb 18, 2020, 13:55 PM by Geoffrey Ullrich
    In most of the state, you can travel the winding highways through the diverse landscape without ever coming into contact with any of the critters that call Texas home. However, with the growing populations of both people and wildlife, our two worlds are bound to collide sooner or later. So how can you avoid animal-vehicle collisions in Texas and what do you do if you can't?
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  • 6 simple steps to prevent online credit card fraud

    Feb 14, 2020, 11:03 AM by Geoffrey Ullrich
    Shopping online is quick, easy, and convenient - but not without its own set of risks. That's why it is essential to follow these 6 simple steps to prevent online credit card fraud!
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  • Insurance Career Month: How you can start a career in Texas' insurance industry

    Feb 12, 2020, 13:11 PM by Geoffrey Ullrich
    What sort of job comes to mind when you think about careers in the insurance industry? In honor of Insurance Career Month this February, we'll take a look at the booming insurance industry and dive into the many career opportunities you may not have known about.
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  • Mobile pay: The benefits and risks of turning your phone into a digital wallet

    Feb 6, 2020, 14:37 PM by Geoffrey Ullrich
    Digital wallets and mobile pay apps, such as Google and Apple Pay, are relatively new ideas that are catching on quickly. But how do they work? What are the benefits and risks of turning your phone into a wallet?
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