Winter Auto Safety

With winter just around the corner, we should start turning our attention to being car-safe for the colder months. While we can’t stop the weather from happening, we can make sure we’re well prepared for what might happen.  The first thing to consider is what to keep in your vehicle. With wintertime and storms being…

Winter Preparedness

Wintertime can present a multitude of wonderful things; snowshoeing, hayrides, and days by the fire among them. There is, though, a heightened possibility of things that could go wrong because of the extreme weather winter can bring. Home and auto insurance can help you if something goes wrong, but here at Coast Insurance, we believe…

Fire Safety Month

Home insurance is a safety net. It is there to take care of you when things go wrong. It’s a peace of mind to carry you through. That being said, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, meaning that while your home insurance will help you when you need it, it’s easier…

Auto Insurance Tips

With many variables affecting auto insurance, you may find yourself in a space where you’re not sure if you have the insurance you need anymore. Things like new safety features, vehicle technology, as well as your driving record and experience can all change the insurance coverage you need, as well as what you pay for…

Getting Ready to Buy a Home?

As restrictions have lifted and you’ve found yourself rediscovering and exploring our hometown, you may have noticed that the real estate market here is currently on fire! We’re seeing houses leave the market as quickly as they came. Whether this is your first kick at the home buying can, or you’ve been through this before,…

insurance agent reviewing policy with client

The Broker Benefit

Insurance is one of those things we all need, but most of us couldn’t be bothered to understand the complexity of the industry or get bogged down with technical jargon and industry-specific terms. We want to know we’ve got the coverage we need, and leave it at that. When you’re exploring options, and looking at…

How much less are you driving?

Right now, things are strange. We’re self-isolating, and we’re social distancing ourselves. We’re spending more time at home than we ever have before. We’ve talked about keeping an eye on your home for wear and tear because you’re there almost all the time now and your home’s infrastructure just isn’t used to that.    Now,…

Working From Home

With COVID-19 sending a lot of the workforce home, your house may be feeling the stress on its inner workings like it never has before. With more people in the house for more time, your plumbing, heating, and even your electricity are going to be used much more than usual. This begs the question, what…