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Newsletter -May 2017

Tuesday, May 2nd, 2017 by Monika Libelt


Here's a great article with everything you need to do to keep your home and yard in tip-top shape this summer.

https://www.thenest.com/content/summer-home-maintenance-checklist

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 Ethics to Work by

Thursday, May 4, 2017 9:00am-12:00pm

The class will discuss how to identify ethical issues of the insurance business.  It will also explain why ethical behavior matters for insurance professionals.  It will give you a chance to practice making ethical decisions in sales and claims situations.  Applicable to licenses from the State of Illinois and Wisconsin only for 3 CE credits.

**please note this class is almost full. We only have a couple spots left, email Monika at [email protected] asap to register.

 

Hoarding, Bed Bugs and other Varmints

Thursday, May 18, 2017 9:00am-12:00pm

The class will examine hoarding and its impact on insurance claims.  It will also explain how to deal with bed bugs and other varmints and how to use a qualified textile restoration specialist to lower and control costs.  Applicable to licenses from the State of Illinois and Wisconsin only for 3 CE credits.

 

Handling Fine Art & Fine Furniture in a Disaster

Friday, June 9, 2017 9:00am-12:00pm

The class will discuss the crucial steps in handling fine art and furniture during a property loss.  There will be live demonstration on cleaning and caring for items damaged by fire, water, smoke, or other traumatic events.  Applicable to licenses from the State of Illinois only for 3 CE credits.

 Click here to register 

Space is limited so register today!
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With all the spring rains, flooding is a common problem. 

Sudden heavy rainfall Newsletter May 2017 - Image 4can hit an area hard, sometimes leading to unexpected flooding throughout an entire neighborhood.  Widespread flooding can bring with it severe water damage to home and property.  Additionally, these floodwaters can often contain bacteria from sewage, or other unhealthy chemicals.  Cleanup should be conducted right away.  Our advice to homeowners would be -don't wait to repair water damage.  Ensuring that your home is properly dried out is crucial to retaining its value and minimizes the need for additional repairs.  United Services has been the flooding expert for over 35 years.  We offer a variety of solutions to water problems and we are available around the clock.  

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