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The Beginner’s Guide To Installing A Fence

Good fences make good neighbors. At least that’s how the saying goes. Planning to install a fence of your own? While it might seem like a straightforward DIY project, rookie mistakes could quickly turn your fence into an eyesore (and an expensive one, at that). Don’t let this simple project turn into more of a headache than a home improvement. With a little help and...

Should I Invest In A Fixed Annuity?

Individuals who are semi-retired, about to retire, or already retired may choose fixed annuities to help stabilize their income from investments. Fixed annuities are insurance contacts. They offer the person who owns the annuity a set amount of income at regular intervals up to a specified point in time or a specified event, such as the annuity owner’s death. Investing in fixed annuities has both...

12 Creative Ways To Support Your Local Businesses Right Now

Even when we’re told to maintain social distance, we need each other more than ever. As the news of the coronavirus (COVID-19) continues, it’s essential to follow public health guidance from experts such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and your local government to keep your distance and slow the spread. (Read more about how ERIE and our local agents are maintaining our...

6 Ideas For Your Next Family Game Night

Looking for a way to spend quality time with your kids – while pulling them away from their electronic screens and devices? Try getting everyone together for a family game night. To some, game night may seem old-fashioned. But it’s still a great way to bond with the whole family, enjoy a few laughs, and get your competitive juices flowing. In fact, research has shown...

Do I Need Tornado Insurance In My Area?

According to the Insurance Information Institute (III), approximately 1,200 tornadoes touch down in the U.S. every year, with wind speeds as high as 300 mph. Peak tornado season is April through June or July. The most severe tornadoes tend to occur in the spring when they strike the Southeast, a more densely populated area than the Great Plains. III states that the South has more...

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