Winter Weekend Plans

The sunshine has mostly gone away and the leaves have all fallen from the trees, which can only mean that we are solidly in the coldest part of the year. But what to do if the snow is miles away or you’re snowed in? Well, we have some weekend plans for you that may check some things off your list.

  1. Something simple and free is to rearrange your living area or bedroom. Going through your shelves and drawers to clean and organize is not only satisfying but something we have all at times put aside for months or years.
  2. Pick up a hobby that won’t cost you any additional money to do, for instance…cooking. You already have to grocery shop, so why not add flare and try cooking something up that you’ve always wanted to taste.
  3. Binge watch a series that you self-noted you wanted to see. Make it exciting by having popcorn, snacks and your favorite beverage.
  4. Have a virtual party! Now that we have all become experts in digital celebrations, why not have another to start the weekend off right. Sharing laughter and smiles will make any day better and we can do it from the comfort and safety of our home.

Let us know some of your favorite winter weekend ideas!

Refer A Friend

Do you love Western Mutual and the service you get when you call in? Let your friends and family know and you can earn $75 for every applicable recommendation that turns into a policy. That is right! you can get paid for referring new customers to us with no limit on how many referrals checks you receive.

Our rated A+ company relies on word of mouth reviews to continue the growth of our business and we cannot show our appreciation enough. So, from all of us at Western Mutual, we say thank you and look forward to many years of service.

Help Avoid Roof Leaks

How old is your roof and is it needing some care and updating?  There are various signs of roof leaks, and things you can do to help avoid further damage. 

Do you know if you have a small roof leak? There are various signs you can look for, both interior and exterior. Interior signs to look for include mold, dampness, or stains on ceilings or walls.  You should also look for bubbles in the paint or water stains.  Exterior signs can be safely checked from the ground using binoculars. Check for missing, torn, or cracked shingles or areas of gutter drooping or overflowing. If you do spot the signs of a roof leak, call a roofing specialist to identify the source of the leak and make repairs. 

To prevent future leaks, it’s important to have your roof routinely inspected and maintained by a professional roofing contractor.  Always make sure gutters are free of clutter and debris and flowing cleanly, and cut back any overhanging trees that could damage your roof in a storm. 

No More Escrow Delays

Are you a loan officer, real estate agent or mortgage professional? Well, we have great news for you!

 We have a department that works directly with you to retrieve pre-approved homeowner’s insurance policies for your clients. Yes…you heard that right!… pre-approved insurance policies so there are no more escrow delays.

Say hello to our Affinity department, a 24-hour completely online website where you can retrieve evidence of insurance in minutes. Let one of our affinity reps show you how easy it is. Call us at 1-800-234-3659 or visit us at for more information and to sign up for free.


The importance of Martin Luther King Jr’s “I have a dream” speech was not only the power behind his words but the fact that his words brought greater attention to the Civil Rights Movement which had been going on for years. After delivering his famous remarks, congress speedily passed the Civil Rights Act which prohibited the discrimination of individuals based on sex, color or religion.  

Today we remember the man who not only changed history but taught us that darkness cannot drive out darkness and only light and positivity can do that.

New Years Resolution Check- in

Let us embrace the now and reassess where we are with our New Years resolutions. Maybe it is time that we refocus and remember our goal(s) as the vision probably started to slip away. An easy form of staying on track is writing down our aspirations and knowing how to change our actions to ensure we meet our targets. Staying focused will guarantee that even though we are halfway done with this month, there is more than enough time to turn things around.

Remember taking small steps each day can result in long term successes.

Customer Testimonials

Western Mutual and Arizona Home Insurance invite you to review your experience with us and provide us feedback on all major opinion-based platforms. With over 75 years in business we know that our positive customers experience is the reason for our growth, and we want to hear from you.

We thank you in advance for taking the time to do so and hope that we meet your expectations each time you call. Below are some testimonials from some of our valued members who took the time to share their experience with us.

“I am so grateful for the care, concern, generosity and quick response to my water damage! I am happy to have such a wonderful insurance company. Thank you!!!” – Jennifer from Murrieta

“Thank you for being an excellent company.” – Jose from Oceanside

“When we’re talking peace of mind, I’m so happy that I’m a Western Mutual policy holder. Not only are your rates very affordable, your service is second to none. Just simply thanks for being there for folks like us…” – Richard from San Antonio

Safely Heating Your Home

Did you know that the holiday season and colder weather combined can lead to more home fires at this time of year?

Knowing how to properly and safely heat your home is important, especially when staying warm feels better next to an open fireplace. The following are tips to remember when heating up your house this winter.

  • If using a space heater, look for a model that shuts off automatically if the heater falls over. Place the heater on a level, hard and nonflammable surface in the home.
  • Keep all potential sources of fuel like paper, clothing, bedding, curtains or rugs at least three feet away from space heaters, stoves, or fireplaces.
  • Never use a cooking range or oven to heat your home and have chimneys, fireplaces, wood and coal stoves inspected and cleaned before another winter of use.
  • Test batteries in smoke and carbon monoxide detectors.
  • Know your fireplace type. Never use wood in a gas only fireplace, it is extremely dangerous.
  • Never put embers from a fireplace or fire pit in your trash can as this can cause a fire.