Ellis Insurance Agency


Ellis Insurance Agency
Ellis Insurance Agency is listed in the Insurance category in Franklin, Massachusetts. Displayed below are the social networks for Ellis Insurance Agency which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page, a Linkedin company page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Ellis Insurance Agency on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 79.

Contact information for Ellis Insurance Agency is:
308 W Central St
Franklin, MA 02038
(508) 541-3993
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Why should your customers care? What a great question. Why should you, if you are bothering to read this post, care about insurance, me, or the Ellis Insurance Tune-up(SM)? There are many reasons, beginning with a simple concept: you aren't average. No one is. You should care because, and I quote: "Do you have more to lose today than the last time you did an [insurance] review? And why hasn't your current [agent] reviewed options lately?" - Wellesley, MA "I was tired of dialing an 800 number and dealing with someone different every time. Ellis actually designed a thorough, tailored, and written insurance plan for me and my family." - Norwell, MA "You say you want your wine collection covered? Yeah, they do that. Oh, you need estate planning? Ellis. Have property in multiple states? Yup. You will never find better customer service - and a broader knowledge base - than Ellis." - New York, NY "Stop wasting your time...getting the cheapest solution...Talk about your needs and budget, let Ellis draft up a proposal and sign the damn papers. Life is too short." - Millis, MA You should care because we aren't average, either. I hope to hear from you. -Dan@ellisinsurance.com, http://ellisinsurance.com/tune-up/

Considering something sparkly for Valentine's Day? Here are a few tips if you are considering expensive jewelry: 1) Check your insurance policy, and see how it would be covered. Some policies have a basic jewelry limit of only $500, subject to your deductible. Others only insure against theft; lose a ring learning to surf (true story), and it may not be covered. 2) Get an appraisal - it's a critical component of knowing what you have, what it is worth, and how to replace it in the event of a loss. Most insurance companies require an appraisal or a receipt. 3) Keep jewelry safe. "Mysterious disappearance" may be covered but explaining such a loss to your insurance company is one thing; explaining it to your partner or spouse is another! Learn more: http://bit.ly/2ktZvgB Happy early Valentine's Day!
Scheduling Your Valuables From baseball cards to Van-Gogh - is your homeowner's policy enough protection? What do fine antiques, rare vintage wines, a fur coat and the East Coast's most extensive collection of baseball cards have in common? They're all valuable possessions that are probably not cove...

Uh-oh; winter storms are coming to New England. The time to prepare is now. Help guard against ice dams with with a few tips: http://ellisinsurance.com/personal-home/ice-dams/
Dealing with Ice Dams Ice dams occur when ice builds up along the eaves of your roof. Ice dams form when snow and ice melt off the main part of your roof and refreeze when they reach the eaves. This happens because the eaves (the overhangs at the edge of your roof) tend to be

Buyer beware - there is no free lunch. When it is too good to be true, it probably is. Insurance is an industry that lacks transparency. When your "spider-sense" is tingling, TRUST YOUR GUT! Here's a quick story: We work with a builder who was sold a "cheap" Builders Risk policy for a $1.5MM beach house project on Cape Cod. The policy was over 50% cheaper for a reason; it didn't cover coastal properties, something the other agent neglected to tell the builder. In other words, thousands of dollars were paid for a policy which would DENY COVERAGE in the event of a claim. The application materially misrepresented the facts. Someone SOLD the builder a cheap policy which wouldn't provide coverage, rather than EDUCATING the client so they could make a smart decision. Don't be sold. Educate yourself and pay for insurance that works. Get an Ellis Insurance Tune-up(SM). http://ellisinsurance.com/tune-up/ -Dan PS - On a lighter note, Go Pats!
Ellis Insurance Tune-up Some insurance companies promise to save you money in just 15 minutes. At Ellis Insurance, we believe you deserve more. Which is why we invest hours of our time into each of our exclusive Insurance Tune-ups; evaluating your unique assets and coverage to uncover the best solut...

What was once great may now be outdated. Gaps in coverage and inconsistencies are evident on 95% of the insurance portfolios we review. An Ellis Insurance Tune-up is our exclusive 4-Step systematic process for eliminating those gaps & inconsistencies, reducing premium, and improving coverage. Request your FREE Ellis Insurance Tune-up today: http://ellisinsurance.com/tune-up/

Taking a break from making toys; an elf makes a guest appearance at Ellis for PJ day. https://t.co/T2e0UNtZ57

Perfect timing! Star Wars opening day and PJ day at Ellis Insurance. https://t.co/XFEFtjGx1C

Ages 4-12...What could go wrong with "Bump n' Bounce Body Bumpers?" ...The 4th most dangerous toy of '16: bit.ly/2gSpH6N

Holiday pj day at Ellis Insurance has begun. Insurance has never had it so good. https://t.co/gYY9O7djsg

Giving (or getting) a drone for Christmas? The FAA requires registration for drones weighing > 0.55 lbs. bit.ly/2hJvV9c