Benefield and Tabb Insurance

Benefield and Tabb Insurance
Benefield and Tabb Insurance is listed in the Insurance category in Carrollton, Georgia. Displayed below is the only current social network for Benefield and Tabb Insurance which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Benefield and Tabb Insurance on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 34.

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110 Bankhead Hwy
Carrollton, GA 30117
(770) 836-1587

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Steps to Help Prevent Frozen Pipes—or Unfreeze Them Freezing Temperatures Can Lead to Frozen Pipes and Water Damage You wake up on a cold winter morning, head into the bathroom or kitchen, turn the faucet and … a trickle. Or, nothing at all. You have a frozen pipe. What do you do now? Better yet, how do you avoid this messy, potentially expensive situation in the first place? Here are some ideas to help keep the water flowing inside, even as the freeze sets in outside: Before It Gets Cold Drain water supply lines to your sprinkler and swimming pool. Don't put antifreeze in the lines; spills or leaks can threaten pets, wildlife and landscaping. Disconnect and drain outdoor hoses before putting them in storage. Place an inexpensive foam cover over the faucet. Better yet, close the inside valves that supply water to the hose bibs. Then open the outside hose bibs to let any remaining water drain out, and leave them open. Insulate water pipes with pipe sleeves, heat tape or heat cable, particularly pipes that run through unheated areas of the house, such as attics, basements, crawl spaces and garages. As Temperatures Drop Keep your house warm, and allow the warm air to circulate as much as possible. Seal drafts and keep interior doors open. If you’re going to be gone for an extended period, don’t turn off the heat. Keep it set to at least 55 degrees Fahrenheit. Open cabinet doors under kitchen and bathroom sinks to allow heat to reach the pipes. Be sure to move cleaners and other chemicals out of reach of children and pets. Open indoor faucets, hot and cold, to allow a trickle of water. Flowing water is less likely to freeze. When a Pipe Freezes The first thing to do, faced with the telltale trickle, is try to find where the pipe is frozen. Keep the faucet open, and open other faucets in the house to determine if the problem is widespread. If it is, turn off the main water supply and call a plumber. If it's a single pipe, and you can reach the frozen section, try using a hair dryer, heating pad or portable space heater – just never leave it running unattended. Keep the faucet open and work up and down the pipe, starting at the faucet and working backward to the frozen section. Apply heat until full water pressure returns, then reduce the flow to a trickle until the cold snap ends. An alternative method: Wrap the frozen section with towels soaked in hot water. Don't pour hot water directly on a frozen pipe, and don't use a propane torch or other open flame. If these approaches don't work, or if you have a leaking or burst pipe, don't hesitate to turn off the main water supply and call in a licensed plumber. And, be sure to touch base with your insurance agent, too, preferably before a crisis. You'll want to know whether you're covered for burst pipes and the ensuing water damage.

Top 3 Insurance Tips for Millennials How to Protect What Matters to You Perhaps more than any other generation, you, Millennials, seek a life of adventure and experiences, and you’ve grown up with the technology that helps you pursue it. But, if there’s one area of your life where it’s wise to seek expert advice rather than going your own way, it’s insurance. In fact, according to a recent study, as you and your peers shop for and select insurance, 31 percent of you want: An expert advocate to guide you. Ease in understanding your options. A choice of insurance carriers. So, where do you start? With these three tips. They’ll help you get what you want out of your insurance so you can go after what you want in life. Take stock of what you’ve got. First things first, you need to know how much insurance to buy. If you have $25,000 worth of stuff (it adds up quickly!) but your homeowners policy or renters policy provides $10,000 worth of personal property coverage, you’re short $15,000 of coverage if you were to lose everything in a fire or other incident. Think you don’t have that much? You’d be surprised at how the little things add up, so do an inventory of your assets. Electronics, furniture, jewelry – it’s all important. Total up the values, and use that as a baseline for the amount of coverage you need. Consider your lifestyle. If you own a home, you already know that you need homeowners insurance. But, what if you rent? Many renters don’t know that their landlord’s policy typically only covers the building, not the personal possessions of tenants. A renters policy will cover your stuff, and it likely will cost less than you think – this coverage is one of the best bang-for-the buck insurance options out there. Think about how you get around, too. Do you love your car? Make sure it’s protected – particularly if it’s a newer model or a luxury brand, which can be expensive to fix. (For older cars, you might be able to save money by removing collision or comprehensive coverage.) Higher deductibles can keep your premiums lower, too. And, if you work for a car-sharing service, be sure you know what kind of coverage you have – you might want additional protection. Work with an independent insurance agent who understands your needs. It’s smart to be informed about your insurance needs and options, but it’s also smart to seek out expert advice. Because, who better to guide you through all the carriers and options out there than someone who deals with insurance day in and day out? An independent insurance agent will consult with you to understand your needs, research options for you and then advise you on both the policy and carrier. Many of them make it easy with free online quotes and other technology you might not expect from an insurance agent. We know you have big plans for your life, so have a plan for your insurance coverage, too. As you move through life, from starting out on your own to starting a family, insurance helps you protect what matters most. So, work with an independent agent to get the coverage you want at a competitive rate, and keep your policies up to date with an annual insurance review. Find Your Independent Insurance Agent When you have the coverage you want, you can focus on your life, not on your insurance. So, search for an independent insurance agent in your area today.

Driving Tips for the Holiday Season Winter is the most challenging season for drivers, and it only gets more intense around the holidays. If you're setting out on a holiday road trip, you can likely look forward to more traffic and worse weather than usual. Throw in the rush factor—neither you nor anyone else on the road wants to be late for the celebration—and you have the potential for trouble. To avoid it, here are six important tips to keep in mind: Make Sure the Car Is Ready See that your tires are properly inflated, that you have a full tank of gas and that your windshield wiper blades are in good working order. Carry a snow scraper and brush, a flashlight, blankets, booster cables and a shovel, and make sure you have flares or emergency triangles. Stay Charged Keep a mobile phone and charger with you at all times. If your phone is charged, you can call for emergency help and receive wireless emergency alerts – just don’t use it while operating your vehicle. Keep the contact information for roadside assistance handy, too, so you don’t have to search for it if an incident occurs. Don't Let Frustration Morph Into Road Rage Before you go, take time to check the weather and learn your route in advance. Leave early enough to give yourself plenty of time to spare. On the road, keep your younger passengers occupied to reduce distractions, and always expect the unexpected from other drivers. Don't Hurry You've left early, so you needn't worry about arriving on time. Now give yourself time to react to danger by slowing down. Stay within the speed limit, or even below it if the weather and road conditions are bad. And, remember to leave ample space between you and the car ahead in case you have to stop quickly. Designate a Driver This shouldn't need repeating, but, with all the holiday parties and festivities, it can't hurt to reiterate: Don't drink and drive. Have a plan before the party starts for who drinks and who doesn't. And, if the designated driver gets caught up in the spirit of things, be prepared to call a cab or get a place to stay. Stay Alert You know about turkey and tryptophan, but it's not the only culprit here. Overindulging for the holidays involves plenty of carbohydrates and alcohol as well, and they all contribute to that drowsy, post-feast feeling. Counter it by getting plenty of rest beforehand, eating and drinking in moderation and knowing when it is and isn’t safe to drive. Plan ahead and keep your cool, and this year the road trip could turn out to be as memorable and enjoyable as the rest of the season. Happy holidays! Have the Right Insurance for Any Season, Especially Winter Snow, sleet and ice – oh my! Winter weather can increase your chance of an auto accident, so be sure you have coverage when it counts. To review your car insurance policy or add roadside assistance coverage, please contact your local insurance agent today.