Category: Home Insurance

Preventing a Costly Leak in Your Home

Even a small leak can become a major problem, so knowing what you’re covered for and how to prevent water damage are equally important. The below tips should help uncover any potential water problems down the road and keep your property dry here in Metairie. Check appliance hoses. Standard hoses are not as durable as they used to be. Replace rubber hoses with steel-braided hoses.... Read Article

Do You Have Enough Coverage to
 Rebuild Your Home?

Imagine how devastating it would be to lose your home in a disaster. Now imagine not being able to rebuild it completely because you didn’t have the correct amount of insurance. Selecting the proper amount of coverage is the single most important decision you can make with your homeowners insurance policy. Without it, you may not have enough coverage to rebuild after a total loss.... Read Article

7 Steps to Increase the Safety of Your Home

Everyone wants to keep their home safe from burglars or intruders, but not everyone wants to have an alarm system installed. There are plenty of people who prefer the do-it-yourself route, whether it’s home improvement or home security. And nowadays, there are more options than ever when it comes to home security, so we at TWFG - Rick Rogers Insurance want to help you sort through... Read Article

Back to School in Metairie

We’re not quite sure where the summer went here at TWFG - Rick Rogers Insurance but if you haven’t noticed, it’s already time for the new school year in Metairie. As you think about how to get your kids organized and ready, consider doing the same thing for your home. It won’t just be good for you. In many instances, removing clutter also means removing distractions,... Read Article

Is Your Home As Efficient As It Could Be?

Drafty windows. Leaky faucets. Dirty air filters. All are common issues and they’re not only annoying — they also cost you money in decreased energy efficiency, higher utility bills and insurance premiums. Would you like to save $200 to $400 a year on your energy costs? That’s how much the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Energy Star program estimates that homeowners can save by incorporating technologies to... Read Article