Cloverleaf Insurance Blog: maintenance
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Friday, December 8, 2017 Your roof protects your entire home. A small area of damage can cause significant structural damage. Home insurance may help defray some or all of the costs associated with roof damage. However, you must properly maintain your roof for coverage to apply. Try and safely inspect your roof from time to time. READ MORE >>
Thursday, February 9, 2017People who rent a home or apartment want to live in a safe, well-maintained place. But as with any home, rental properties can have maintenance issues from time to time. This is one reason why renters insurance is so critical; the policy can protect a renter's valuables and liability in case a peril affects the property. READ MORE >>
Friday, December 16, 2016Keeping your tires in order is an important part of your vehicle maintenance. Tire failure while on the road can be disastrous, so you should always take steps to minimize these risks. Your car insurance policy won't likely pay for routine wheel and tire maintenance. READ MORE >>
Monday, May 16, 2016I'm not the only one who doesn't want to share their home with eight-legged strangers. When those spiders crawling across my floor I feel like I need to check under every chair, table and rug for the rest of their families. Of course, most spiders are harmless, but that doesn't stop me from taking action when they start taking over my home. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, May 5, 2015Owning a motorcycle speaks to who you are and to your financial status. You are confident, financially set and you like to have a little fun. Ensuring that you can maintain this mode of transportation requires you to maintain your motorcycle so it stays in good shape for years to come. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, October 8, 2014Did you know that an RV battery that isn't in use will lose its charge? And in a prolonged discharged state, the lead sulfate on the battery plates starts to crystalize, effectively stopping the plates from being able to generate power. For this reason, many RV owners remove the battery during winter storage. READ MORE >>