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Free guide explains homeowners insurance Free guide explains homeowners insurance

Homeowners Insurance and Natural Disasters

Homeowners insurance is an important part of owning a home. That’s because your home not only provides you and your family with shelter from the dangers of the outside world, it is probably your largest financial investment. But do you really understand your homeowners policy? For example, do you know if your policy covers floods? What disasters does your policy cover? Are there steps you can take to lower your premium? FLASH and The Actuarial Foundation have teamed up to publish “If Disaster Strikes Will You Be Covered: A Homeowner’s Insurance Guide to Natural Disasters,” a new guide designed to help you learn about homeowners insurance. Eleven sections will give you basic information about homeowners insurance, tell you how you can lower your premium, give you tips on reducing potential damages due to several disasters, and much more! To order a free copy, just e-mail flash@flash.org or call 877-221-SAFE.

The GE Monogram series refrigerator lives large The GE Monogram series refrigerator lives large

A Refrigerator to Hold Everything

Need to feed an army or wish you could? Well, this fridge is for you. Responding to American demand for the ever bigger, GE is now offering their Monogram series 36-inch and a whopping 72-inch refrigerator/freezer combination. The freezer is on the bottom with a fully extendable pull-out drawer. The main fridge has cooler compartments with split drawers, adjustable bins in the doors, and split shelves for accommodating all your grocery needs. Why the big fridge? GE cites the American Association of Architects findings that American kitchens are still growing and appliances are growing with them. Ovens have become larger, so now it's the refrigerator's turn. Made of stainless steel with chamfered or fluted edges, this is serious wall art. Called a professional refrigerator, the 36-inch model is expected to sell for between $6,799 and $6,999. The 72-inch model will cost between $13,999 and $14,499. The Monogram is due out in August.

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