HomeStar Insurance Services Blog: 5_2014
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Tuesday, May 20, 2014Summer means backyard grilling – safely! Just like hamburgers and hot dogs, a sizzling grill is a symbol of summer and grilling isn’t just about great food. Backyard barbecues often create treasured memories with friends and family. READ MORE >>
Thursday, May 15, 2014Staying safe on the road during a hailstorm It may sound surprising, but there are approximately 3,000 hailstorms in the United States each year. The size of hail can widely vary – from golf-ball size to softball size. And when it starts building up size, hail can cause not just severe property and vehicle damage, but also bodily harm and even death. READ MORE >>
Monday, May 12, 2014I’m borrowing my friend’s car … am I covered? Most people have an idea of what’s covered and not covered under their various insurance policies. But at HomeStar Insurance in Manteno, Kankakee, Bourbonnais and Bradley, we get a lot of questions about borrowing or loaning a car. READ MORE >>
Friday, May 9, 2014It’s Boating Season Watercraft Insurance Most home insurance policies have limited coverage for boats. If you own a boat, watercraft insurance is your best bet: It covers READ MORE >>
Wednesday, May 7, 2014A time to celebrate mothers
As the second Sunday of May nears, it’s time to think of ways to celebrate mothers - although, of course, that’s a worthy pursuit at any time of year!
At HomeStar Insurance, we thought it would be fun to give you a little of the histo... READ MORE >>
Monday, May 5, 2014Get started early to get your boat ready for summer
If you love the water, few things are better than boating season. Summer just wouldn’t be summer without spending those long, hot days on the Kankakee River, cooling off with a lazy dip in the water, dropping a line in hopes... READ MORE >>
Thursday, May 1, 2014Ready for a power outage or emergency in Manteno, Bourbonnais, Bradley or Kankakee? It’s always a good idea to have an emergency kit handy in case of power outages or other issues — especially with the threat of stormy weather in spring. See recommendations from the American Red Cross below. READ MORE >>