Resources- Home

Privacy and Identity Security

Signs of Identity Theft          *          How to Keep Your Personal Information Secure          *          Extended Fraud Alerts and Credit Freezes

Repairing Your Credit After Identity Theft          *          Child Identity Theft          *          Limiting Unwanted Calls & Emails

Home Inventory -A house fire is traumatic enough.  Not having a good record of your belongings can only add to the misery.  Keeping a home inventory of the items you have and their values will help you when the rebuilding starts.  There are free downloads available from the Insurance Information Institute to serve as a guide to homeowners in order to have record after a loss. A few simple steps can help when taking inventory:

    • Don’t put it off.  Start with new items and their value, and then try to remember older items.  An incomplete inventory is better than nothing at all.
    • Use your camera.  Take pictures or video of your home and write down descriptions to go with it.
    • Keep it safe.  Be sure to keep the inventory in a secure place, such as a fire box or safe deposit box.

Home Inventory Software (free)          *          Home Inventory brochure          *          Home Inventory Spreadsheet

Other Resources

Disaster preparation

Energy Efficiency

Home Safety

Holiday Safety

Fire Safety

Outdoor Safety