Getting Your Own House in Order: Understanding Contractors’ Insurance Options

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Though it may not feel like it right now with the current stay at home orders, the market will once again pick up. Businesses who paused projects or expansion plans will want to resume work, and homeowners who paused renovations will want to get projects scheduled. Time on Your Hands Now, Time at a Premium… Read more »

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5 Types of Property and Casualty Insurance a Small Business Should Consider

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Small businesses need the right types of insurance to protect assets against damage and legal claims. That said, many business owners are uncertain of what they need when it comes to their coverage, as the process can be confusing and, often, overwhelming. It’s important to remember that every business has its own individual needs —… Read more »

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Four Trends Affecting the Hospitality Industry

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The hospitality industry is facing several external trends that are steadily reshaping the customer experience and how hoteliers serve their customer base. The Millennial Generation Companies in the hospitality industry are adapting and evolving to meet the preferences of millennials — a generation with vastly different expectations than those that preceded it. Today’s up-and-coming cohort… Read more »

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Growing Solar Energy Market Yields Opportunities for Contractors

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Solar power production continues to be a growing industry throughout New England, as more homes, municipal buildings and businesses choose to utilize this type of clean energy.  While the Northeast region may seem like one of those places that is lacking in sunlight, there is actually quite a bit of untapped solar potential in our… Read more »

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Top Insurance Considerations for Today’s Long Term Care Facilities

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According to the US Department of Health and Human Services, 70% of people age 65 and older will need some form of long term care in the next few years. With the aging Boomer generation, it’s reasonable to predict that even more seniors will be taking advantage of the services offered by assisted living, continuing care, and hospice care… Read more »

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6 Inventory Retail Loss Prevention Tactics for Brick-and-Mortar Retailers

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Your retail loss prevention strategy has many moving parts. It really has to, considering the number of employees and customers traversing your brick-and-mortar store location on a daily basis. And while most inventory losses are preventable, all of them can negatively impact your business’s morale and profitability. That’s why it’s essential to stay on top… Read more »

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9 Electrical Safety Tips to Help Protect Homes and Businesses

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Every year, electrical equipment, wiring, appliances and tools cause injuries and fires at both homes and workplaces. Paying close attention to the condition of electrical equipment and taking appropriate and prompt action to correct electrical problems can help to ensure your safety and the safety of those around you. Below are guidelines to help identify… Read more »

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Tips to Help Keep Your Property Grounds Safe this Fall

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Maintaining a secure and comfortable environment is always among the top priorities of business owners, landlords, and facility managers who welcome employees, tenants, and visitors to their properties. Yet, as the days get shorter and more leaves begin to fall, it’s only a matter of time before winter hazards strike. Since businesses can be held… Read more »

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