With the Fall season coming to an end and winter beginning, there’s no denying what a beautiful time of year it is. However, with that beauty comes the need for prevention by property managers, apartment owners, building managers, and community associations of winterizing to start preparing their buildings.
If burglary is an opportunistic crime, are you doing all you can to arrest the opportunity? Let’s take a look at some ways to make your properties less attractive to thieves, and prevent burglary and theft at your, and your clients’, commercial properties.
There’s always something to be thankful for, and with grateful hearts we give thanks for every single strand of the New Empire Insurance Services web, the intricate circle that has – and will – always be built on the premise and strength of family.
Any Community Association Board of Directors or Landlord who reads the news, knows how times keep changing and that society becomes more and more litigious with each passing year.
With storms on the horizon, building owners should be taking the necessary steps to prepare to deal with possible flooding and addressing any issues involving roofs and gutters to withstand severe weather.
Pollution…the environment…toxic waste spills…trash…these and many other words are heard, whispered, discussed each and every day in present times. “That will never happen at my business!” But what if?
Did you know that Flag Day is not considered a federal holiday? Seems odd considering it’s the day our country honors its national flag.
How many times since February and March have any of us had to understand and apply this to our lives? We know in our minds that we can’t change what mandates the powers-that-be are demanding of us; and though none of “like” it (Let’s face it, masks aren’t comfortable no matter how pretty-pictured or interestingly-designed they are, and hugs are awesome!)
When it comes to determining how insurance companies arrive at rating different type of commercial property, it’s important to determine and understand the various scenarios for rating damage by fire.