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Canadian winters have always been known to put the bravest people to the test when it comes to weather extremities. This year was no different as we faced bitter cold winds, way below freezing temperatures, and tons and tons of snow. Now that the year is starting to warm up we are seeing all of that snow begin to melt. But of course the snow didn’t really stop falling from the sky, no, it just turned into rain. It seems we just can’t seem to catch a break weather-wise this year. That is why it is super important you keep your home or business safe from the impending waters. He...
Posted: 2/20/2018 9:26:50 AM by Tiffany Asselstine | with 0 comments

So you’re going away for the winter, lucky you! Before you take off, you are going to want to make sure you prepare your home to avoid returning to any disasters. Not properly winterizing your home, cottage, or office building could result in a high amount of damage and an even higher cost. That’s why we are here to help. If you follow these four steps your home will be protected against cold weather extremities that many people often overlook.1. Turn off the water main Head down to the basement, or where your water main is located, and turn the water off at the source. ...
Posted: 1/31/2018 12:14:54 PM by Tiffany Asselstine | with 0 comments

Living with snow and ice in the winter is never fun, unless you are a skier or a snowmobiler. For the rest of us it means a lot of ice, cold, and snow. It also means more work to keep your hotel safe protecting people from slipping or damage from snow melting. These three tips will keep your hotel ahead of the game, and the weather, by ensuring a safe stay for guests and a well-maintained property to avoid unwarranted repairs and renovations.1. Keep the drainage working Keep your downspouts and drains clear of ice and snow so water can continue to drain away from the property. This will ...
Posted: 1/25/2018 2:02:51 PM by Tiffany Asselstine | with 0 comments

In memory of Peter McConville, St. Joseph’s Hospice received a joint $10,000 donation from Economical Insurance, one of Canada’s leading providers of home, auto, and business insurance, and its broker partner May-McConville-Omni Insurance Brokers (M2O).  “As the President of M2O, Peter was well known and respected in the London business community,” said Ed Meiering, CEO of M2O. “During his courageous fight against cancer, he expressed deep gratitude to those who helped him through his palliative journey at St. Joseph’s Hospice, and hoped that others...
Posted: 11/24/2017 11:50:44 AM by Bettina Urban | with 0 comments

Water related claims are on the rise in Ontario and water is now the number 1 threat to your home. Overland water coverage is now available from many insurance companies and would provide coverage from water that enters your home from a lake, river, heavy rainfall or rapid snow melt at or above ground level. Don't wait until its too late to discuss this coverage with your licensed broker. Contact us today to see if this coverage can be added to your policy.
Posted: 1/19/2017 1:24:09 PM by May McConville | with 0 comments

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