Summer has landed!
And what better way to start your summer than to enter to win a free gift from your favorite independent insurance agency?
We're giving away this Bogg Bag to one lucky winner to enjoy the season right.
Whether you are headed to the lake, the beach, or the backyard pool, we have you covered.
All you have to do is enter here - NO strings attached, and once again, it's FREE.
The contest entry will start today (June 21st) and we will announce the winner on August 1st.
Good luck and happy summer!
The weather will start to heat up this month in the Peach State and our southeastern neck of the woods.
Summer fun beckons and that family vacation grows nearer each day.
And while you and yours may enjoy getting a break from the routine, here at Arrow Insurance,
we advise adding a new routine to your summer break: A mid-year insurance check-up.
Memorial Day is a federal holiday in the United States for remembering the people who died while serving in the country's armed forces.
The holiday, which is observed on the last Monday of May, originated as Decoration Day after the American Civil War in 1868 when the Grand Army of the Republic, an organization of Union veterans founded in Decatur, Illinois, established it as a time for decorating the graves of the Union dead with flowers.
If you're thinking about buying a home in Georgia, you need to know about private mortgage insurance. This is a type of insurance that many lenders require if you don't put down at least 20% of the purchase price. Let's explore private mortgage insurance and what you need to know about it. We'll also provide some tips on how to avoid paying this fee if possible.
If you own a home in Georgia, you know a variety of issues can occur, within and out of your control.
No question about it, you need proper coverage for when problem occur, whether insurance or warranty.
When it comes to home insurance and home warranties, many people mistakenly believe that both provide equal coverage.
A home warranty and home insurance policy both protect your home, but they do so in different ways.
However, important differences exist between the two types of coverage.
Let's take a look.
Georgia does not have exemption from catastrophic events, like a fires, floods, tornados, or even hurricane-force winds.
Imagine one of these events damaging your home enough to cause you to rebuild. Now imagine the nightmare of not having enough money to cover that cost, even if you have insurance.
It probably leaves you wondering why it costs so much to rebuild? The rebuilding process proves expensive and important to have the right insurance in place to provide protection from unexpected costs.
When it comes to finding the best home insurance in The Peach State, there are a few things you need to keep in mind. You want certainty that you made the best decision possible.
Arrow Insurance looks to point you in the right direction and land on the bullseye of obtaining the home protection and policy you need. You don't have to rely on big-box insurance agencies that serve up policies for the masses.
We look to provide you with the policy that protects you, yours, and your interests by understanding your needs. Take a look at some of the most important facets of a great Georgia home insurance policy.
Carving pumpkins is probably one of the funnest traditions for Halloween. From pulling out the sticky, slimy guts of the pumpkin to carving a fun or scary design into it to baking the seeds for a yummy snack later. Who doesn’t enjoy it?!
While it can be super fun, it also comes with some hazards. You have sharp tools and honestly some pumpkins are just stubborn to carve and can cause some cuts and injuries.
With hunting season upon us, we thought we’d discuss off-road vehicles. Off-road vehicles are fun but can be dangerous especially if you don’t know how to properly ride one.
Off-road vehicles refer to many different machines, including: ATVs, dirt bikes, 4-wheel drive trucks, SUVs, and UTVs. We’re going to focus on UTVs or side-by-sides. Before you take one for a ride, remember these safety tips:
Flood insurance is not something usually on your radar unless you have lived in an area known to flood or near a decent-sized body of water.
However, we need to wade into it a bit more, considering some places that never flood have been lately. I mean come on did you see Helen a few weeks ago.