They’re risk takers, they’re brave and are the unspoken heroes of this world health crisis. Serving as the front line, they need our support now more than ever. Today we recognize the nurses working endless hours to help heal those in need. Nurse appreciation week is the perfect time to show our heartfelt gratitude for these healthcare workers and thank them for their service. So from everyone here at Western Mutual, we say thank you to all those helping fight this pandemic, especially the nurses as we celebrate your efforts.
Roses are red,
violets are blue,
plant sunflowers and marigolds,
for a pretty Spring view.
As April comes to a close, so do the wet stormy weekends…hopefully.
And with a hotter month ahead of us, why not make it a colorful one?
Plant some May flowers that thrive this time of year and add some color to your garden.
Sunflowers, Marigolds, Zinnia’s and Cosmos are all bright blooms that require a little dirt, a splash of water and lots of sunshine.
Add these to your garden for a beautiful and vibrant yard, happy planting!
Western Mutual and Arizona Home Insurance do our utmost to enhance and simplify user experience when it comes to dealing with your homeowners insurance.
For that reason we created www.easyevidence.com, a website where you can update, view or retrieve a copy of your policy in a matter of minutes.
With a few easy steps we will help you update your new lender or simply print a copy for your records. Getting your evidence is now as easy as 1…2…3.
For over 78 years our company has provided exceptional service and has been recognized as one of the top insurance companies time and time again. Western Mutual appreciates the accolades and the opportunity to serve you and your family.
We would like to take this moment and introduce part of our team- our sales agents- who are here to help you acquire a policy and save you money while doing it.
They have been in the insurance industry for over a decade, each capable of assisting our Spanish customers as well.
Give us a call and let us help you 1-877-968-8825
Created back in 1970, Earth day was established as a teaching movement that would bring awareness to things like oil spills, deforestation and ever-changing climate.
5 ways that we can celebrate and join in on saving and protecting our planet are;
- Having reusable water bottles and straws to help cut down on plastic
- Planting a tree to help provide cleaner air
- Get involved in a community clean up
- Commit to collecting recyclables for a month
- Walk, ride a bike or carpool to cut down on emissions
Thousands of new job opportunities have come from the Covid-19 pandemic, ranging from the medical field to your local pizza shop. But during this time there are other ways one can also save some money without leaving their home. We would like to share some opportunities available to you, whether you’re looking to make or save money.
Local grocery stores and restaurants are seeking to hire several employees to fulfill positions immediately, ideal for someone who would like to continue working.
With most things being closed and more time on your hands, save some money by getting a quote on your homeowner’s insurance and allowing us to provide you excellent service at a competitive low rate.
Food banks, churches and local governments have gathered to offer residents help by providing produce bags, financial assistance and telecom support for those who seek therapy or medical advice.
Take this time to “spring clean” and set aside items that you no longer use or need and that are in good condition which can be sold in a yard-sale or online app once the shelter-at-home order is lifted.
If you have any ideas or recommendations on how to save or make money during this time, make sure to share it with us.
According to the American Red Cross, kitchen fires are the leading cause for structure damage and/or total loss. Research based on property claims show that fires are more likely to start in your kitchen than any other room and 90% of them are preventable.
As a preferred homeowners insurance company we know that dealing with this is not only stressful but tragic. We would like to provide you with some tips on ways to prevent and avoid ever having to deal with this situation:
- Check your smoke alarms regularly and change batteries every year
- Never leave your stove top unattended as 40% of all kitchen fires occurred while food was still in the pot/pan
- Always heat oil, water or any substance slowly and be vigilant of your heat controls
- Never put hot oil or fatty liquids in water as it will make thick smoke and can cause damage to surrounding areas
- Keep appliances and flammable products such as lighters, cartons, etc. away from the stove top
- Always use your air vent to help heat and smoke escape safely
- Keep a fire extinguisher nearby and check expiration date on it
- If a grease fire starts, do NOT attempt to put it out with water, this will combust and become a very dangerous situation. Instead, cover the flames with a metal lid or cookie sheet, turn off the heat. If you can’t cover it, dump a cup or more of baking soda on it.
We hope these tips were useful in helping you prevent such a devastating situation. For more information visit redcross.org/homefires
Happy Easter from our family to yours!