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With the official commencement of hurricane season a few weeks ago, it is as good a time as any to review your family's emergency plan. Understanding your plan is essential in case extreme weather or a natural disaster in the area forces you to live without power, or worse, evacuate your home. If you do not have a plan yet, we encourage you to create one as soon as possible. For those of you who have one already, did you remember to plan for your pets as well? They're likely to be frightened and in need of some special care.
Here are four tips designed to help your furry friends weather an emergency:
  1. Set aside emergency pet supplies. Include bottled water, medications, vet records (a boarding facility may require them), a carrier, a blanket, food and a food dish, and other items, depending on your pets' needs. Don't forget newspapers in case they are unable to go outside to do their business. 
  2. Plan for their shelter. If the safest place for you during a severe storm is the basement, then that's the safest place for your pets, too. Don't leave them outside or corral too many pets into a small area. Even if they typically get along, the stress of the situation may cause them to act out. 
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On behalf of all of us at Soucy Insurance, we wish you a very happy and safe Fourth of July weekend. In observance of the holiday, our office will close at 3pm on Friday, July 1 and will remain closed on Monday, July 4th.

If you are in need of any   emergency contacts   during this time, you can find them on our   website .  You can also visit our website if you have any questions concerning billing, payments, claims, or company contact numbers.

At Soucy Insurance, we strive to educate our customers on their insurance options and on the importance of maintaining quality insurance protection. Many people are unaware about the true facts regarding flood insurance. Standard homeowners insurance and renters insurance does not cover water damage resulting from ground water flooding. 

Your Soucy Insurance agent can help explain your options regarding flood insurance.  Supplemental coverage is available through the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP).  This coverage provides for up to $250,000 for the structure of the home and $100,000 for personal possessions.  While the NFIP provides replacement cost coverage of your home, it will only cover the actual cash value of your possessions.  This is important, because actual cash value is designed to replace your possessions, minus their depreciation in value - the older your valuables are, the less they are worth.

As a local agency, much of our new business comes from satisfied customers like you.

As a token of our appreciation, we are sending  Dunkin' Donuts gift cards to our customers for every new referral we receive. When you recommend us, please have your friend, colleague or family member let us know that you sent them.


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