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The Greystone team takes the time to understand each client’s situation to ensure complete and proper protection of assets. Personal relationships are paramount. By partnering with Greystone Insurance Associates, you can rest assured knowing that you have an industry leading customer service team behind you. No matter what your need (claim, change of coverage, comprehensive review, account servicing, etc.), our professionals will go above and beyond to produce a solution and satisfy your needs with the most competitive premium!
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Do you need medical malpractice coverage? Wait! Before you answer that, answer this: Are you in the medical field? You’re thinking, “Well, yeah. But I’m not a doctor, dentist or nurse.” Are you a therapist? Are you an x-ray technician? How about an audiologist, nutritionist, orthopedic assistant, pharmacist, or one of dozens of other medical-related occupations that require special training, certification or higher education? If you answered yes, then your answer to the first question should be a resounding “Yes!” You are what’s known as an allied health professional. And[.....]
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With families transitioning to new fall routines and back-to-school activities, it’s a good time to review tips for getting to and from school safely and to consult with your independent agent about insurance property and liability coverages. Read our prior blog posts with information for kids, their families and the community. Driver alert! Children often misjudge traffic — With school resuming around the country, drivers prepare for the unexpected in school zones, near bus stops and past crossing guards. But drivers should also be on the alert wherever they drive[.....]
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Life insurance is too expensive. Life insurance can wait. Life insurance is a waste of money. Life insurance is …. Whatever follows this phrase has undoubtedly been uttered to a life insurance agent. However, each of these reasons AGAINST purchasing life insurance can also be a reason FOR purchasing life insurance. If paying for life insurance is too expensive, how will a family pay bills if the primary breadwinner were to die unexpectedly? Consider all of your debts. Now add on typical expenses such as housing, food, insurance, clothing, utilities,[.....]
A day at the pool with your family should be all about fun and sun! But, knowing how to enjoy the pool safely is key to everyone having a great time. Take our five-question quiz to test your knowledge of pool safety.
Part 2 of 3 – Paintings are perhaps the most common type of artwork. In addition to their obvious aesthetic value, many are culturally significant because of historical or sentimental value. No matter what the importance, caring for your paintings can preserve them for you to enjoy for years to come. And if a painting is damaged, all is not necessarily lost. Restoration and conservation treatment may be able to restore paintings to beauty. ANATOMY OF A PAINTING Paintings are made up of several layers, from the support onto which[.....]
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Back-to-school time is a good time to review your insurance if you have a student headed back to college. Remember to talk to your independent insurance agent for advice to make sure your student’s car, electronics and other belongings are covered. Some coverage may extend from your own personal insurance policies, but individual circumstances can vary. Your agent will know how to help. Read our prior blog posts for tips on insuring your college student. Insurance 101 for the college student — As the summer winds down, millions of college[.....]
Many families enjoy the convenience of renting a beach home or mountain cabin for a vacation getaway. But the last thing you want to think about while on vacation is being liable for damage to that rental home or to worry about your personal belongings. Most homeowner policies provide two important coverages to consider when on vacation: personal property coverage and liability coverage. Before you rent a vacation home, check to see how your policy would respond in the event of a loss. In some cases, you may need to[.....]
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You want to make a difference in your community, and many businesses give back through charitable deeds. Charitable deeds strengthen your presence in the community and can generate positive publicity and goodwill. While many businesses give money to individuals who need help or causes they support, charitable deeds may also come in the form of goods and services. Not all charitable deeds are tax deductible contributions. For information regarding whether or not your charitable contributions are tax deductible, consult with an accountant or tax attorney. And even with contributions that are[.....]
Owners who treasure their older houses are sometimes surprised by the high estimated cost to rebuild their homes, should they have a total loss. But a little history lesson may help explain why reconstruction costs on homes built prior to 1945 can be challenging. What happened in 1945 to make construction costs change so much? The Federal Housing Administration mandated building codes and standardized mills for the first time in 1945. Previously, all lumber was “true dimensional,” which means a 2×4 piece of lumber was actually two inches by four[.....]
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Boilers are more compact and efficient than ever before. Homes, commercial buildings and industrial occupancies that once required large heating boilers can now be heated using smaller and smaller boilers. There is almost no downside to constructing boilers to be smaller and more efficient – at least, not as long as the boiler does not slip “out of mind” because it is so small that it’s “out of sight.” The Minnesota Department of Labor & Industry recently released an analysis of a catastrophic boiler explosion, This Boiler Was Too Small[.....]
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In the 32 years I’ve been purchasing insurance for everything from cars to commercial buildings, Greystone is the undisputed leader in customer service. If you want to put your insurance on auto pilot , put your trust in Greystone. Linda Gilleland and her team are knowledgeable, friendly and PROACTIVE. This level of service is a rarity these days and even their competitors will admit that Greystone keeps the bar high. Thanks guys for making this review a no brainer for me.