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June 29th, 2017 by Sesco Group Inc.

How to Get Your Car Ready for Summer

Summer is finally here! Longer days, warmer weather and spending more time outside. We take precautions from the sun and heat when we’re outside, but what about our cars? Did you know that the sun and heat can cause serious damage to your vehicle, too? Here are some tips to help you care for your ride this summer: Prep work Make sure your car’s cooling... Read Article

10 Overlooked Home Projects

Planning on sprucing up your home this spring? If so, you probably already have a list of annual projects. But there are many others that fly under the radar. Paul Sullivan, founder of a full-service remodeling company and the chairman of the National Association of Home Builders Remodelers, suggests you tackle these overlooked home projects. 1. Replace your water heater. It’s pricey (about $800 to... Read Article

Who Insures Interior Improvements at Your Leased Auto Shop?

If you lease a garage for your auto shop and make improvements to the space—such as installing equipment or remodeling the interior—it’s a good idea to review your auto services insurance coverage. Generally, if you’ve made any after-the-fact alterations, it’s up to you, not the property owner or landlord, to insure them. For example, let’s say you’ve installed shelving and a vehicle lift in the... Read Article

Who Insures Interior Improvements at Your Leased Building or Office?

If you lease a building or office for your business and make improvements to the space—such as remodeling the interior—it’s a good idea to review your business insurance coverage. Generally, if you’ve made any after-the-fact alterations, it’s up to you, not the property owner or landlord, to insure them. For example, let’s say you’ve leased space for your beauty salon, retail business or medical office and... Read Article

Who Insures Interior Improvements at Your Leased Restaurant?

If you lease a space for your restaurant and make improvements—such as remodeling the interior—it’s a good idea to review your restaurant insurance coverage. Generally, if you’ve made any after-the-fact alterations, it’s up to you, not the property owner or landlord, to insure them. For example, let’s say you’ve recently signed a lease for your restaurant and then added cooking equipment, coolers, light fixtures, carpeting... Read Article